RedAlert ID Badge for Lone Workers

A new discreet method to protect your people

Versatile Protection

Disguised as an ID badge, this device can be worn on a lanyard or clip

No Panic

The RedAlert ID badge comes with an emergency rip cord, which automatically creates an alert

Easily accessible support in a useful discreet ID badge

Red Alert ID is our next generation lone worker device. Designed in the tried and tested ID badge holder form factor, the device is easy to use and very discreet.

The device features high quality voice, programmable LED indicators, GPS technology location and two way audio to meet latest BS8484 legislation for lone worker safety and protection.

With the single press of a button, live location information and audio is sent to our 24/7 Alarm Receiving Centre. This enables our team to quickly assess and assist with decision making based on live audio.

Discreet Design

Advanced Location Technology

Clear Audio

Amber Alert Button

SOS Button

Amber Timer

Haptic Feedback

Battery Performance

Roaming SIM Card

Person-Down Notifications

Bluetooth Enabled

Social Distancing Proximity Alerts

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Our Accreditations

To backup how seriously we take the security of your staff, we are externally audited and certified to a variety of industry standards including:

BS7858: 2012

Employees screened to BS7858:2012; the standard for security screening of employees in the security industry.

ISO27001: 2013

The international standard for best practice of working with information security management systems


We are commitee members of the the British Security Industry Association Lone Worker Team helping to maintain the standard

BS8484: 2016

The Lone Worker Device Services industry standard, Orbis is proud to be certified to all parts; the company, devices, and Alarm Receiving Centre.

Why Use Orbis

  • We protect over 35,000 Lone Workers everyday
  • We offer bespoke and inclusive user training
  • We own and operate our highly accredited Alarm Receiving Centre
  • We are pioneers of lone worker safety with 20+ years industry experience
  • Our alarm handlers are the most experienced in the industry
  • We offer easy monitoring and reporting on our client portal
  • We have a dedicated team of experts available 24/7

Answers to Your Questions

How long does the battery last?

Up to 48 hours under normal environmental conditions.

Am I able to see where my staff are?

Both current and historical positional information if available from within our customer management portal.

How do you handle Red Alert alarms?

Red Alerts are handled in accordance with BS8484 meaning that the highest level of care and attention is given to all Red Alerts received by the Orbis Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC). Latest technology and continual review of procedures combined ensure that help is available when required.

Can I wear my Red Alert ID both landscape and portrait?

Yes. Both using the lanyard or clip you can wear the device either portrait or landscape. Simply adjusting either the clip or the lanyard will allow for this flexibility

Is the product waterproof?

The device is IP67 rated meaning it can be dropped into a body of water up to a meter deep for half an hour.

Why use a BS8484 device instead of just calling 999 on a phone?

There are several benefits of using a BS8484 service such as the Red Alert ID. For example, a BS8484 service has quick access to police assistance using a URN procedure. It also helps protect against litigation in the event of an incident happening. Overall it improves user safety and acts as a benchmark when selecting a reputable supplier.

I don’t plan on using the lanyard but every time I remove it, I trigger a red alert.

If you don’t wish to use the lanyard then you have a couple of options. Firstly, the device can be programmed whereby the rip alarm is disabled. If however the device is programmed with the rip alarm then simply remove the plastic pin from the lanyard and insert this into the corner of the device.