Lone worker safety in construction industry

Construction is a high-risk industry with a high percentage of fatal error and major injuries. In addition to falls, slips and trips, construction workers are often exposed to noise, vibration and dangerous substances.
Duty of care requires employers to give lone workers means to alert help. 

Lone working risks and hazards in construction industry

Falls, slips and trips

Falls from the heights are the most common cause of injury and death.

Being struck or crushed

Workers are crushed by falling objects and are stuck by lifting heavy loads or because of manual handling.

Exposure to loud noise

The communication between co-workers is difficult due to loud noise and hearing protection gear.


Cold or wet circumstances can reduce concentration and make manual tasks more difficult and put the lone worker in danger.

Lone worker protection features for construction workers

Amber alert

When entering a risky situation, the Amber alert timer can be adjusted to trigger alert at predefined time intervals.

High-power speakerphone

The integrated high-power speakerphone boosts two-way voice communications. A powerful vibrating alarm and alarm tones help sensing pre-alarms and incoming communications.

ManDown alarm

The automatic ManDown function can trigger alarm if user is unconscious or unable to alert help.