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Lone Worker Monitoring

It is a fact of life that some workers face threat and risk whilst carrying out their duties. Employers need to ensure they have adequate lone worker monitoring in place to protect those workers who might be at risk due to physical labour, or working on confrontational situations.

LoneALERT Man Down Plus combines all the standard safety features of the Man Down system, plus extended battery life, post alert locating beacon, lack of movement alert, waterproof IP67 rating with shock protection and optional accessories such aswireless panic alarm, RF tags and a non GPS indoor location system

Man Down Plus can be discreetly attached to clothing, and lone worker monitoring is activated as soon as the unit it switched on,

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Lone worker GPS tracker

LoneALERT Man Down Plus has automatic lone worker GPS tracker in order to track and monitor your workforce – wherever they are. Supervisors are able to track the mobile and GPS signal strength of the user, as well as being alerted if there are long periods of lack of movement.

Lack of mobile reception can be a concern in certain job roles. If this is the case why not enquire about our multi-network sim cards, that roam across all EU networks, roaming on to the strongest available network to provide improved mobile connectivity.

Intrinsically safe version, the Man Down Plus EX. This is ATEX- approved

Also available is an intrinsically safe version, the Man Down Plus EX. This is ATEX- approved:

  • II 2 G Ex ib IIB T4
  • VTT 10 ATEX 016X
  • Zone 1 Category II Gas, intrinsically safe, temperature class 4t

Contact LoneALERT to find out more about LoneALERT’s advanced lone worker gps tracker with man down alarm for instant lone worker protection.

Key Features:

As LoneALERT Man Down Plus:

  • Meets relevant BS8484 criteria
  • LoneALERT Management Suite included in price
  • Extended battery life
  • Motionless detection
  • IP67 waterproof and shock protection
  • Re-configurable over data
  • Post alert locating beacon
  • Dial out to 2 pre-configurable phone numbers
  • Audible notification of no mobile signal
  • LCD display screen

Key Benefits:

  • Longer time between charge-ups
  • Raises the alert through lack of movement and a fall
  • Suitable for tough working environments
  • Units can be re-configured without returning to base
  • Has audible bleep for easy location
  • Can replace mobile phone in certain job roles
  • Wearer is audibly alerted if he has no signal and can act accordingly

Man Down Plus for Europe

From sprawling chemical plants to scientific laboratories or heaving industrial sites peppered with potential hazardous equipment, millions of workers across Europe find themselves facing a daily threat of injury or accidents.

More than one in five (22.2 %) fatal accidents at work in the EU in 2012 took place within the construction sector, while the manufacturing sector had the next highest share (16.6 %).

LoneALERT’s Man Down Plus device has been created with the most hazardous working environments in mind, whether it be chemical spills in a coded locked science lab to falling construction equipment. Its top-of-the-range technology can detect an injury or fall and ensure aid is sent to a precise location immediately.

Please contact our global lone worker protection team on +44 121 501 2288 or via enquiries@lonealert.co.uk for more information.

Contact Global Distributor

Advance IT Group Limited

Advance House,
9 Waterfall Lane Trading Estate,
Old Hill, Birmingham, B64 6PU,
United Kingdom.


For more information on lone worker protection for your region please contact the LoneALERT team on +44 121 501 2288 or via enquiries@lonealert.co.uk.

Contact the LoneALERT Team

Man Down Plus for Americas

Figures show that more than 20% of worker accidents in the US are based within the industrial or construction sectors whilst reports have revealed hundreds of ‘incidents’ of accidents and chemical releases in US science labs over the past 10 years.

Out of 4,101 worker fatalities in private industry in calendar year 2013, 828 or 20.2% were in construction―that is, one in five worker deaths last year were in construction. The leading causes of worker deaths on construction sites were falls, followed by struck by object, electrocution, and caught-in/between.

The features of the Man Down Plus device – including extended battery life, shock protection and non-GPS indoor location system - have been created with the most hazardous working conditions in mind.

Please contact our global lone worker protection team on +44 121 501 2288 or via enquiries@lonealert.co.uk for more information.

Contact Global Distributor

Advance IT Group Limited

Advance House,
9 Waterfall Lane Trading Estate,
Old Hill, Birmingham, B64 6PU,
United Kingdom.


For more information on lone worker protection for your region please contact the LoneALERT team on +44 121 501 2288 or via enquiries@lonealert.co.uk.

Contact the LoneALERT Team

Man Down Plus for Oceania

Oceania has a significant number of occupations posing potential threats to Lone Workers. Farmers and cattle station workers cover vast distances on horseback, quad- or motor-bike and are subject to severe landscapes. Park Rangers, geologists and surveyors, likewise, are subject to rugged terrain and are prone to slips and falls.

Add these to city-based workers in cleaning and care professions as well as factories and there are large numbers of Lone Workers whose safety is compromised.

Mining also constitutes a huge risk to workers with a workforce of over 130,000 in Australia and New Zealand and 29 fatalities reported in Australia alone in 2014.

The Man Down Plus device was created with these most hazardous of workplace environments in mind. Complete with shock protection and a non-GPS indoor location system, the device instantly detects falls and sends an instant alert for aid to be sent to the injured party’s precise location immediately.

Please contact our Oceania lone worker protection team on 0400 441 666 or via info@lonealert.com.au for more information.

Contact Oceania Distributor

lone worker protection for Oceania/Australia

Interock Pty Ltd
115 Mona Vale Road
Pymble, NSW 2073.


For more information on lone worker protection for Oceania/Australia please contact the LoneALERT team on 0400 441 666 or via info@lonealert.com.au.

Contact Oceania LoneALERT Team

Man Down Plus for Asia

Asia provides the backdrop to what are considered some of the most dangerous jobs in the world. Whether it be the window cleaners working at sky-high heights in Shanghai, the thousands employed in China’s sprawling chemical plants or the honey collectors tasked with collecting in Bangladesh’s Sundarbans forests, there is plenty of choice of professions in extreme and potentially-hazardous environments.

In 2008, nearly 900,000 workers died because of hazardous substances which are attributed to work.

The Man Down Plus device was created with these most hazardous of workplace environments in mind. Complete with shock protection and a non-GPS indoor location system, the device instantly detects falls and sends an instant alert for aid to be sent to the injured party’s precise location immediately.

Please contact our global lone worker protection team on +44 121 501 2288 or via enquiries@lonealert.co.uk for more information.

Contact Global Distributor

Advance IT Group Limited

Advance House,
9 Waterfall Lane Trading Estate,
Old Hill, Birmingham, B64 6PU,
United Kingdom.


For more information on lone worker protection for your region please contact the LoneALERT team on +44 121 501 2288 or via enquiries@lonealert.co.uk.

Contact the LoneALERT Team

Man Down Plus for Africa

From the extremes of doctors and nurses in Africa’s hospitals to the hundreds of thousands of miners, the risks to workers across the continent are vast and varied.

Statistics show a high trend for occupational hazards for healthcare workers exposed to chemicals and infections as well as Humanitarian Aid workers. Mining also constitutes a huge risk to workers with a workforce of over 500,000 and 93 fatalities report in South Africa in 2013 alone.

The very nature of the Man Down Plus device is to ensure the safety of workers in the most hazardous of environments, whatever they may be. Complete with shock protection and a non-GPS indoor location system, the device instantly detects falls and sends an instant alert for aid to be sent to the injured party.

Please contact our global lone worker protection team on +44 121 501 2288 or via enquiries@lonealert.co.uk for more information.

Contact Global Distributor

Advance IT Group Limited

Advance House,
9 Waterfall Lane Trading Estate,
Old Hill, Birmingham, B64 6PU,
United Kingdom.


For more information on lone worker protection for your region please contact the LoneALERT team on +44 121 501 2288 or via enquiries@lonealert.co.uk.

Contact the LoneALERT Team

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