LONEALERT will be continuing its drive to improve the safety of lone and vulnerable workers by showcasing its critically acclaimed and globally used devices and solutions at a national exhibition.
The Health & Safety Event is also providing the perfect opportunity for LONEALERT to launch a host of new products to keep lone workers safe, including the SOS device and Embody personal safety alarm, as well as unveiling its striking new branding, website and unique O.W.L operating system.
The event will be staged at the NEC in Birmingham from March 21-24, bringing together hundreds of safety experts from across the country. LONEALERT is on Stand C42.
As part of the exhibition, which has been organised by the national Health & Safety Matters Magazine, LONEALERT will be offering customers a chance to meet the team, understand the range and products first hand. There will also be an exclusive show offer for visitors.
Behind the scenes is LONEALERT’s unique O.W.L operating system, the mechanics that enable all of our devices to send appropriate alerts in any situation so the right help can be sent to the right location. The everevolving technology used by the O.W.L - which is written by LONEALERT’s in-house team of IT experts - allows organisations to benefit from entirely tailormade lone working procedures, using whichever solution and response option best suits them, or even a mixture of them all.
Mathew Colley, Sales & Marketing Manager at LONEALERT, said: "Being part of this exhibition will add to our continued drive of improving safety for all lone and vulnerable workers, whatever industry they work in.
We are looking forward to the opportunity of showcasing all of our solutions, including some newly launched devices, as well as unveiling our overhauled O.W.L operating system, which is the behind-the-scenes operating system of LONEALERT.
“This event also provides the perfect opportunity to unveil our striking new branding and website, which has evolved over the past few months to better reflect LONEALERT’s values, what we are about and what we do.
“There are lots of grey areas when it comes to lone working and the general image of the industry can appear corporate and unimaginative. We understand that lone workers come from all walks of life and we want to speak directly to them. There are millions of lone workers in the UK, thousands of whom do not even know that they even fall into that category, despite being aware that there are times they feel vulnerable at work or unsure of how they could be helped quickly if they were ever attacked or injured.
“We are constantly developing our solutions to help protect lone workers and we want them to know that, whatever their working circumstances, we have solutions available to support them so they don’t ever feel vulnerable or alone at work again.
We are looking forward to being part of this great event