Lone Worker Safety for Construction
Lone working in construction puts you in some very dangerous positions! Workers are frequently exposed to heights, falling objects, confined spaces, slips, trips and much more! One way of improving the safety of construction workers is to use an employee safety monitoring system.
Construction workers require a solution that ensures they have round the clock safety monitoring, automated check-ins and precise GPS locations in case of emergency.
Man Down Alerts
Make sure employees are protected by using the man (worker) down motion detector. Monitors will be alerted if there is no movement from an employee within a set length of time.
High Risk Check In
Construction workers can adjust the time of their check-ins if they go into a higher risk situation. If there is no reponse to the new check-in notification, monitors will be alerted to investigate.
Enable your employees to call for immediate assistance with the help button. Workers use the on-screen button or pre-set voice commands to alert supervisors/management to an emergency situation.
What our Construction Clients Say about Ok Alone
Best Solution to Fit
I tested a few other apps but once I tried OK Alone I didn’t try any more. OK Alone was the easiest to use and had the best settings options to fit our needs.
The support was great too, with any questions I had always answered quickly.
Brendon Davis, Mosaic
Provides Peace of Mind to
Staff and Families
We have had great success with OK Alone. It’s easy to use, has not had any false alarms. The GPS location feature has been reassuring when workers don’t respond immediately. The customer service is exemplary, taking serious questions and suggestions with prompt personal responses. As the administrator of our work alone program, this is a reliable and indispensable resource. The families of our remote workers have thanked me for the peace of mind this app gives them. From Canada’s vast Prairies.
Trevor King, Penfor Construction
Common Safety Issues Faced by Construction Workers
Here are some of the common issues that affect lone working construction workers:
- falls from height
- struck by object
- being caught in or between equipment or structures
- slips, trips, and falls
- confined spaces
- exposure to harmful substances or environment
Ok Alone covers all of these needs and more:
Canada's construction industry is using regulations and standards alongside its safety associations to improve the safety of its workers.
Ok Alone looks at legislation and regulations enforced by OSHA that effect the construction industry. We ask can they be helped by using a lone worker safety monitoring solution?
What can be done to change the incredibly high figures?
Ok Alone looks at the main dangers and causes of fatalities in the UK construction industry.
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 $8/£7 per person per month. Why not create your own personalised quote now?