Learn how Lookout Call has provided lone worker safety for its customers.
Lookout Call has a growing series of testimonials from its customers; here are some of their stories.
Alzheimer’s Society staff safety with Lookout Call
The Alzheimer’s Society is a leading UK charity that supports people with dementia, their families and their carers. Through its network of local services, the charity assists over 30,000 people every week, providing both practical services and support. Delivering this support often involves care staff working remotely. The Avon, Wiltshire & Gloucestershire locality… Read Full Case Study “Alzheimer’s Society staff safety with Lookout Call”
Cambridge Cyrenians impressed with customised Lookout Call system
Cambridge Cyrenians, a registered charity that provides supported accommodation for single, homeless people in Cambridge, is using a customised version of Lookout Call, to enhance the lone worker protection of staff members and volunteer workers, as part of its overall health and safety policy. The Cyrenians has nine hostels throughout the city and these are… Read Full Case Study “Cambridge Cyrenians impressed with customised Lookout Call system”
Lookout Call offers ‘excellent value for money’ says Scotscare
Scotscare, a charity dedicated to helping Scottish citizens living in London is successfully deploying Lookout Call, an automated lone worker alarm system to help protect all its out reach staff that work throughout the city. Scotscare provides help to first and second generation Scots living within a 35-mile radius of Charing Cross station. It offers… Read Full Case Study “Lookout Call offers ‘excellent value for money’ says Scotscare”
Mencap boosts lone worker protection with Lookout Call
Mencap, the leading UK charity that fights for the rights of people with a learning disability, has purchased 3000 licenses for Lookout Call, a mobile-based lone worker safety system. The service will be used initially by community-based support staff in the charity’s Housing and Support Services. Their roles vary greatly and include visiting people with… Read Full Case Study “Mencap boosts lone worker protection with Lookout Call”
Women’s Aid makes lone worker safety a priority
Bury St Edmund’s Women’s Aid Centre was established in 1974 to provide safety and support for women and children experiencing domestic abuse. The refuge offers temporary accommodation where women and their children can recover from the traumatic effects of domestic violence, as well as a range of community services, courses and counselling to assist them… Read Full Case Study “Women’s Aid makes lone worker safety a priority”
Wintercomfort is a day centre in Cambridge supporting people who are sleeping rough or vulnerably housed. While most of the support we offer is based at the centre we sometimes accompany individuals off-site to attend medical appointments, the City Council, the Job Centre or visit them in their own homes, especially if we have been… Read Full Case Study “Winter Comfort”