Isle Systems Swift Blog - Case Studies in Monitoring, Alerting and Communications

Here’s the short hand on 4 recent Isle Systems case studies. 4 different situations, 4 different industries. Protecting dispersed road crews and depots with one system - Looking for proactive protection for workers in high-risk occupations - 70 users and 1 centralised system for monitoring, alerting and communications - Protected, compliant lone worker operations now drive major productivity gains Read the full blog post here. Consolidating several alarm and alert systems into one – affordably - Separate lone worker, alarm and machine alerting systems - Initial requirement for a dozen lone workers, before adding non-lone workers, alarm systems and machine alerting - Faster alerting and one c

The Problems with Manual Processes for Lone Working

Almost all companies have in place some kind of process to make sure they operate – and can demonstrate – a duty of care to their staff, especially their lone workers, to make sure they don’t fall foul of health and safety regulations. For a good majority of companies, these processes are manual, both on the monitoring side and the alerting and communications side, involving paper and people. In this third post in a series on manual processes for lone worker protection, we look at the problems that can beset this approach. Here are 5 aspects of manual processes that threaten the safety of your people and your business. Human Element The one factor we can’t ignore with any manual processes is

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