Protect and monitor your lone workers

Turn any smart device into a safety tool

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What is StaySafe?

StaySafe is an innovative and award winning smartphone app and cloud-based monitoring solution which provides personal protection for lone workers anywhere in the world.

Our easy to use app tracks location in real-time enabling employees to check-in safely and request immediate assistance in an emergency.

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Why StaySafe?

Anytime an employee works or travels alone their safety could be at is at risk but with StaySafe, you can help protect them.

Easy to use

You can be up and running with StaySafe in as little as 24 hours. Plus, the app and hub have been designed to offer an unrivalled user experience – set a session or signal for help in seconds.

Flexible & customisable

StaySafe offers a huge range of alerts and functions that you can customise to meet your individual lone worker needs.

Always available

All you need is your smartphone or tablet – no additional equipment to buy or use.

Low cost & scalable solution

StaySafe provides a great value cost-per-head solution which is scalable for organisations of any size and industry.

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Working across

We recognise that health and safety challenges vary greatly across different businesses and locations. The flexibility of the StaySafe solution and customisable features means StaySafe is suitable for use across any industry – from health and social care to housing and construction.

Latest News & Events

Follow our blog to keep up do date with StaySafe news and current health and safety discussions.

  • The impact of Lone Working on Wellbeing

    Posted by Holly Morris on April 12, 2018 During the Health and Safety Event at the NEC this week, the StaySafe team attended a talk about the impact of Lone Working on Wellbeing, led by Oakwood Training. The company helps organisations to look after the personal safety and … Read More
  • StaySafe at Field Service USA 2018

    Posted by Holly Morris on April 9, 2018 StaySafe CEO Don Cameron will be attending the annual Field Service USA 2018 conference later this month. The event will host a series of discussions around issues effecting field service businesses. Some topic areas include connected devices and IoT, workforce … Read More
  • Paramedics attacked and threatened over parked Ambulance

    Posted by Holly Morris on March 27, 2018 Earlier this month, two paramedics were threatened and verbally abused in Sparkhill, Birmingham over where the Ambulance had been positioned. The assault follows a string of recent attacks against paramedics on-duty in the UK. The two paramedics were attending to … Read More
  • Violence against shop workers reaches peak levels

    Posted by Holly Morris on March 27, 2018 The latest figures from both The British Retail Consortium (BRC) and The Usdaw Union for shopworkers, highlight how incidents of violence and abuse against shopworkers in the UK have reached their peak in a decade. As remote and lone working … Read More
  • StaySafe has been nominated for Readers’ Choice Awards 2018 and needs your votes!

    Posted by Holly Morris on March 27, 2018 StaySafe are delighted to have been nominated for the Lone Worker Monitoring category in the 2018 Canadian Occupational Safety Readers’ Choice Awards. The awards identify the preferred vendors and providers in the health and safety industry, and lends a voice to both readers and … Read More
  • StaySafe Shortlisted for CHSG Awards

    Posted by Holly Morris on March 15, 2018   StaySafe are thrilled to announce we have been shortlisted for the Beaumont Safety Trophy at the Construction Health & Safety Awards 2018 (CHSG). The Awards will be held at The Radisson Blu Hotel, London, on 15th March 2018. CHSG … Read More

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