Ok Alone wants to give something back to the community. If you’re involved in a fund raising event, Ok Alone would like to donate its lone working monitoring service free of charge.
To expand on this a little, we regularly see volunteer organizations asking people to fund raise, drive and door knock. Often times, the volunteers are on their own. From our conversations, many boards are not aware of their legal obligations to regularly monitor the safety of the people in their care. We’d like to help fix that by donating the Ok Alone service to your next event.
The program is straight forward. Simply sign-up online at okaloneworker.com/event, and then use Ok Alone to protect as many volunteers as you like. If you have questions, naturally, we are here to help.
The Ok Alone team writes informative articles about lone working. Through our articles, we aim to educate readers on the benefits and best practices of using our lone worker app, and how Ok Alone can help mitigate risks and enhance communication between workers and monitors. Learn about other areas including legislation, risk management, and legal compliance plus lone worker features such as man down, high-risk check ins and location monitoring.