Panic Buttons for Hotel Lone Workers in Seattle

The Seattle Hotel Employees Safety Protections Ordinance provides protection for hotel employees that work in Seattle hotels of 60 or more guest rooms

One of the four ordinances passed states employees must be equipped with a panic button and able to summon help. Employers must provide these panic buttons free of charge to any worker who works within or delivers to guest rooms. 

Ok Alone provides a low-cost app-based solution to provide a panic button and keep your employees safe.

Lone Worker App and Dashboard

What is a lone worker panic button?

The ordinance defines panic button as:
  • an emergency contact device that an employee may easily carry and activate
  • when activated, the panic button must summon immediate on-scene assistance
  • employers must provide these panic buttons free of charge
  • the panic button must connect with someone who can immediately deploy
Learn more about Seattle’s “Hotel Employees Safety Protections Ordinance”

Ok Alone covers all of these needs and more:

Seattle’s “Hotel Employees Safety Protections Ordinance”

Learn how Ok Alone can provide a Panic Button to comply with Seattle’s “Hotel Employees Safety Protections Ordinance” – Chapter 14.26:
Seattle’s “Hotel Employees Safety Protections Ordinance”

Lone Working Housekeeper Arranging Bedsheet On Bed

Ok Alone subscriptions are within the budget of even the most cost-conscious organisation. With no set-up fees or long term contracts, you can quickly be up and running for as little as $5 per person per month.  Why not create your own personalised quote now?

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Washington State Panic Button Legislation

This year Washington State has introduced state law intended to protect workers in the hospitality industry from sexual harassment and assault.

Ok Alone’s Help Alert Panic Button

Panic Buttons for Lone Workers

The Ok Alone Lone Worker app has many great features, one of the most crucial is the Help Alert Panic Button.

What Customers think of our Lone Worker App

We have some fantastic reviews of our app on both Google Play and the App Store, here is a selection of our favourites:

5/5

Peace of Mind

When you have staff working off site or unsupervised this is a great app to help with Health and Safety. You can’t anticipate what may happen during the course of one’s day. This app provides a great option in mitigating a level of risk in combination with other processes and procedures. Nothing is more important than going home safe at the end of the day.
by LisaE2020 – 13 Oct 2020

5/5

Very helpful

Used the app while working alone during the pandemic installing new lights in our church. Having an app like this while working on 15 ft high scaffolding was very helpful in convincing people that I could do this project alone. Excellent support with all my questions and requests answered immediately.
by Yxd2015 – 19 May  2020

5/5

Highly recommend this service

Been using this for a while now. Only had 1 problem (was my end) but customer service was brilliant at trying to figure out the issue. Highly recommend this service for peace of mind if you are a lone worker.
by Robert Marrin – 3 May 2020

5/5

Simple to get started

Using Ok Alone for the first time and its surprisingly quick and simple to get started. The new Man Down feature works well.
by Owen Wonorg – 21 September 2019