The simplest way to protect your
business and your lone workers
Flexible, automated and affordable for all your low risk staff including your home workers.
The award winning Lone Worker solution that enables you to keep in control of your staff’s safety, the way you want to. Different jobs have different risks, from off-site visits to working from home or working late in an empty building. Meet your legal duty of care obligations for everyone.
MyTeamSafe ensures that your lone working requirements are fully satisfied.
Simple start, check-in and stop. The lone worker and their supervisor are notified if actions are late.
Supervisors can easily check on their team directly from the App. This is a feature unique to MyTeamSafe.
Easy to use central Dashboard to view live status of all staff, including locations. Interactive reports and User administration.
Low Signal Mode
No data signal (e.g. 3G) ? The app switches automatically to SMS fallback mode. Dead battery? Escalations still happen.
By default panic notifies the Supervisor immediately. You're in control - customise panic strategies too.
Quickly add notes which are shown on the dashboard and logged. Urgent notes are sent immediately to Supervisors.
See locations on the Web dashboard or directly in the Mobile app, includes what3words integration and audit history.
Works how you need it to. Define different strategies to meet different risks. You control how often users check-in and exactly what happens at each step if they don't.
It’s sometimes said you can’t put a cost on safety but with MyTeamSafe you can.
Are Your Lone Workers Safe?
You have the same legal duty of care for all your workers, not just the ones that you can see around you.
HSE states “Lone workers are those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision” “As an employer, you must manage any health and safety risks before people can work alone"
You must risk assess any person that may have to work independently or without direct supervision and put in place policies and safety systems to minimize any risks:
- Working alone in shops or buildings
- People making visits
- People working late
- Opening/locking up
- Going to external meetings
- Staff out on the road
These situations might not be intrinsically dangerous but the business is still responsible, even with a minor incident. Lone workers are particularly vulnerable, even for short periods of time.