Lone worker safety in health and social care
Employees providing health and social care services within people's homes are exposed to both social and environmental risks. A lone worker panic alarm brings security to alone working person who needs to be able to alert help fast and easily when facing a risky situation.
The wearable TWIG personal alarms are an adequate choice whenever a home care worker feels threatened or in any danger.
Employee SOS alerts help in risky situations
Alone in an isolated area
Remote workers may spend long periods driving alone. Vehicle break downs in isolated areas can put them at great risk.
Health and social care workers visiting high risk areas are exposed to robberies especially when carrying drugs and other equipment.
Threats and abuse
Health and social care service workers are exposed to circumstances in which they are abused, threatened or assaulted. This can include verbal abuse or threats as well as physical attacks.
Useful features for health and social care staff
The automatic ManDown function triggers alert if user is unconscious or unable to alert help.
The wearable TWIG SOS alarm devices automatically trigger alert when ripcord is detached from device.