Any time one of your people logs onto your network, swipes an access badge or uses the Everbridge mobile app, it is captured by Safety Connection. Those data points are continuously cross-checked against travel management or scheduling systems like International SOS TravelTracker to pinpoint that person’s last known and expected location without ever infringing upon his or her privacy.
This information, combined with direct access to the leading intelligence feeds, allows security teams to monitor active threats in relation to their people’s safety and automatically alert them when they are close to or approaching danger. Two-way communication capabilities allow recipients to acknowledge receipt of alerts, confirm their safety or request additional assistance.
Safety Connection also helps enable a culture of mutual responsibility by empowering your people. The mobile SOS button and Safe Corridor feature allows your people to notify you when they need help, or voluntarily check in when they feel they are in a potentially dangerous situation.
With an increasingly mobile workforce, distributed teams, and large campuses, traditional physical safety measures don’t offer sufficient employee protection. Safety Connection helps businesses and organisations quickly locate and communicate with their people who may be in harm’s way.
Safety Connection lets you:
When seconds count, automatically locate your employees even while they’re travelling or simply moving between buildings or campuses. Safety Connection aggregates data to show you where your employees are right now, in real-time.
Automatically keep employee locations current even when they are travelling or moving between buildings and campuses. Aggregate location data from:
With an increasingly mobile workforce, distributed teams and large campuses, the traditional approach of physical security alone cannot by itself keep people safe. Everbridge Safety Connection helps businesses and organisations quickly locate and communicate with their people who may be in harm’s way.
In this white paper, Redefining Duty of Care: Ensuring Employee Safety Through Location Awareness, Steven M. Crimando, Principal, Behavioral Science Applications, discusses duty of care and how it is changing with nearly three-quarters of the workforce expected to be mobile by 2020.Duty of Care for a Mobile Workforce