Rural Workers No Longer Forgotten by ...

Lone Worker safety has been a mainstream concern for some time; however staff who work in remote or rural locations have been largely forgotten. The majority of automated safety systems are designed for urban / lowland areas where they can rely on established communications networks. Workers based in remote, mountainous or heavily forested regions have […]

A Quiet Earthquake; Changes to ACPO L...

Lookout Call’s Brian Caddy takes a look at recent changes to the Police URN system and priority emergency response An earthquake has occurred in the lone working sector. Missed it? Don’t worry, you’re not alone. One of the greatest shakeups in recent years almost entirely slipped under the radar.   In a recent blog post a leading […]

Voice Recognition Launch Proves a Gre...

July saw the launch of Lookout Call’s new Voice Recognition functionality, offering users an additional way to access the Lookout Call system. This has been designed to offer increased simplicity via an intuitive interface requiring no technical knowledge, and cuts the time required to manage safety. The new functionality has been well received by existing clients, many […]

Top Tips: Reducing Lone Worker False ...

False alarms are the bane of lone worker safety systems. Whether they are phone-based or use a dedicated device, no system is fool proof. More often than not false alarms are triggered by user error; mistakes on the part of staff who are unfamiliar with the technology and not used to incorporating it in their […]

Event Report: Lookout Call Proves Pop...

Event Report: Lookout Call Proves Popular at CIH2015 The Lookout Call team exhibited at last month’s Chartered Institute of Housing conference in Manchester. Attended by over 5,000 delegates from Housing Associations, Local Authorities and contractors based across the UK, it is the premier event in the sector. There was a great deal of interest in […]