Lookout Call Blog 

September 18, 2014
Lookout Call has launched a voice-controlled version of its popular mobile-based lone worker safety system. The voice recognition application works on the same principle as its existing system: lone workers call into the system via a mobile or landline. However, instead of using the multiple key presses, the powerful voice recognition functionality means that Lookout Call subscribers can now operate the system by using intuitive voice ‘tokens’. For example, to set up an appointment the l...
December 19, 2013
Do you employ lone workers? Are you looking for a cost effective and automated lone worker safety system? Then watch our video! It will tell you more about how Lookout Call, our mobile based lone worker safety system operates. [youtube id="j1P1_zmW8qg" width="600" height="350"]...
December 11, 2013
A common concern for customers looking at lone worker safety systems is the problem of false alarms. This is particularly relevant to businesses who wish to manage escalation calls in house, as the 'nominated responder' can potentially waste time trying to reach a colleague who has simply forgotten about the timed countdown they set up. In our experience, there is no way of managing false alarms out of the equation all toge...
November 29, 2013
Lookout Call and Positive Response, a 24 hour alarm receiving centre, are joining forces to provide superior safety services to their clients. Both businesses are established providers in their respective fields. This new partnership will see each business cross-selling the other’s complementary products and services to their customer base. “The partnership with Positive Response gives our clients the option of working with an established alarm receiving centre rather than choosing a ...
November 28, 2013
We understand that there are a number of reasons why companies purchase a system like Lookout Call. Lone worker safety is paramount to our clients, but there are often additional factors that persuade them to purchase an automated safety system, rather than sticking with in house monitoring. For many, particularly those looking to become BS OHSAS 18001 accredited, they need an established third party tracking system in order to answer part of the Stand...