The award underlines StaySafe’s objective to become the market leader in lone worker safety solutions
Lone worker protection app StaySafe was awarded the Beaumont Trophy at the Construction Health and Safety Group (CHSG) awards announced last week (Thursday 12th March). The award underlines StaySafe’s objective to become the market leader in lone worker safety solutions.
Construction Health and Safety Group (CHSG) award
CHSG is a recognised and respected provider of quality training and support to construction and associated industries and their awards have been running since 1959. The Beaumont trophy is awarded annually to the individual or company for the best new device or method of working implemented for preventing accidents in the Construction Industry. It is also judged to have best furthered the objectives of the Construction Health & Safety Group.
StaySafe Business app
StaySafe Business is an app and surrounding cloud-based monitoring service which tracks a lone workers location via GPS and alerts their manager if they do not check-in within a specified time. The app works on iPhone, Android and BlackBerry and offers a wide range of functions including a panic button, working session expiry and low battery warnings, GPS tracking, inactivity and duress alerts. If an employee activates the app’s panic button or fails to check in, alerts are automatically triggered on screen and via text and email, allowing an employer to take immediate action. Monitoring can be done in-house via an online hub or outsourced to Securitas who offer 24/7 monitoring and response services.
Don Cameron CEO StaySafe who collected the award said “We are delighted to win this trophy as it represents our key motivator as a company; keeping people safe. CHSG is at the forefront of improving employee safety in the construction industry and to be recognised by them is a great honour”.