Lone worker protection specialist LONEALERT will be continuing its drive to reduce workplace injuries and accidents by attending a conference organised by the Institute of the Occupational Safety and Health.
The South Wales branch of IOSH - the only Chartered body for health and safety professionals in the world - is organising the conference jointly with the South Wales Safety Groups.
LONEALERT will be showcasing its wide range of unique lone worker protection solutions at the conference as it works together with fellow health and safety organisations to improve workplace safety.
Mathew Colley, Sales & Marketing Manager at LONEALERT, said: "Being part of this conference will add to our continued drive of reducing injuries and ill health in the workplace. It will provide us with the chance to pick up the latest practical information and guidance on key issues relating to the safety, health and wellbeing of workers and allow us to work with other delegates in the industry to share our expertise."”"
LONEALERT is a unique, comprehensive suite of products to protect staff working alone, remotely or who are vulnerable. It uses complex patented technology written by Birmingham-based Advance IT Group and is fast becoming recognised as the leading international voice in lone worker protection.
Its solutions include a simple text format, Smartphone app, a ‘Man Down’ device which automatically detects falls or an ‘Anywhere’ device ideal for remote locations that works via GPS without a mobile phone signal.
The conference will take place on April 13 at Cardiff City Stadium and will include presentations and talks by a number of industry representatives.
It has been organised by the South Wales branch of IOSH along with an alliance of organisations including the Wales IIRSM Branch, the South Wales Construction Safety Group, the Cardiff & South East Wales Occupational Health & Safety Group, and the Swansea & West Wales Occupational Safety Group.
Article code: LALN012016