Lone working risks in health and social care&

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.

TWIG advantages for health and social care lone workers

ManDown alarm

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

Rip alarm

Ripcord and SOS key for panic situations, plain text on-screen messages, clock and graphical display

4G availability

Wider network coverage with 4G mobile network.

TWIG personal safety devices for for health and social care workers


The wearable lone worker alarm device
with optional carrying strap and ripcord


The lone worker alarm device in form of an ID badge
with carrying strap and ripcord or belt clip

TWIG Product Offer - More Than a Device


Chargers, batteries, wearables, and car solutions - all compatible with TWIG personal alarms.


Datasheets, Quick Guides, Configuration Guides and Declarations of Conformity


Extended warranty, custom sales box configuration, custom device settings, customer SIM-card provisioning, device mid-life upgrades, central station service provider –model...


TWIG personal alarms are remotely and locally configurable with selected settings. Read more about device configuration.


Visit our Support site to find answers to your questions and contact information to ask further questions.


TWIG personal alarms can be complemented with short range devices, a turn-key central station and AGPS feed. TWIG Integrator Kit enables integrating TWIG devices with alarm receiving centre.