Companion Code 5 for Lone Workers
Our tried and tested, original Companion Code 5 solution for lone worker protection.
Our cost effective solution for lone worker monitoring
The Companion Code 5® service offers employees a simple yet highly cost effective way of substantially improving the safety of their lone working staff. The service is compatible with any more phone and provides a crucial aid to effective risk management of remote workers, satisfying the essential duty of care responsibilities towards lone working employees.
Two Way Audio
In the event of an activation, two-way enables our trained operators to listen to the user’s situation. If safe to do so, our operator can talk with a user, providing reassurance that help is on the way.
With an inbuilt phone book, it is possible to make and receive calls from the device possibly replacing the need for a 2nd mobile phone.
Stay With Me Service
For many people, the fear of being confronted can feel as difficult as something happening. That’s why we include a completely free pre-emptive monitoring service in all our contracts. Find out more
Red Alert Functionality
A dedicated Red Alert button which when pressed put you in direct contact with the Orbis Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC), allowing real-time situation awareness and response.
Amber Alert Functionality
Not only are you able to leave a pre-recorded message about the task at hand but you are also able to set how long you want it to be before the service checks are you ‘OK’. If you are unable to confirm you are ok, then an automatica Red Alert is triggered
With a nice clear display, you can quickly determine such thing as battery life and network signal.
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Answers to Your Questions
What type of handset can I use Companion with?
One of the advantages of using the Companion service is that you are not restricted by which phone you need to have. Basically, any mobile or landline handset with speed dial functionality is compatible with the Companion service.
In a Red Alert situation, how do you know where a user is?
When a Red Alert is received the easiest way of determining the location of a user is if the user is able to speak. If this is not possible then the user’s location will be gathered using LBS (network supplied location) and any pre-recorded Amber Alert.