Easily Monitor the Safety of Your Lone Workers
The safety of lone workers is of utmost importance to any company but how can you safely monitor employees who are working alone? Teldio’s Lone Worker (LW) application verifies the well-being of your lone workers by periodically pinging their radios. If the lone worker fails to respond to the ping in time, an alarm is automatically dispatched to notify the response group of his missed response.
How Does It Work
- When LW is enabled it will monitor your lone workers by sending them Check-In messages directly on their radios at a set time interval
- After a Check-In message is sent, a pre-alarm is activated and the lone worker has a set amount of time to respond before an alarm is raised. (If a user hasn’t responded by halfway through the set time, a reminder will be sent letting them know how long they have to respond before an alarm is raised.)
- If the lone worker fails to respond to a Check-In message within the set time, an alarm is raised and sent to the response group. (The response group receives the alarm directly on their radio or mobile device**.)
**Note: The alarm can be sent to radios, emails, and cell phones and contains the fallen worker’s radio ID and name. However, if you have Teldio’s TruFleet application, the lone worker’s location can also be included in the message.
Customizing the Application
Since not all working environments are the same, LW is completely customizable to help you monitor your lone workers in the best way possible for your situation.
Inactivity timer: You can set the number of minutes a radio can be inactive before sending a Check-In message.
Pre-alarm timer: You can set the number of minutes a lone worker has to respond to a Check-In before an alarm is raised.
Turning LW on and off: Lone workers also have the ability to turn LW on and off directly from their radios when needed and dispatchers are also able to turn LW on and off for their workers directly from the LW dashboard.