F24 expands alarm suite

As part of a major product update, the alerting system app FACT24 ENS+, is being bolstered by a series of new features, including a dedicated protection solution for people working alone.

The lone working feature has been developed in accordance with the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, and the Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007.

Benjamin Jansen, vice-president of sales, ENS/CM at F24: “Employees are any company’s most important resource. By expanding our alerting functions, as we have in FACT24 ENS+, we are giving employers even more help with saving lives in a crisis and protecting their valued assets. The app provides an extremely comprehensive and more efficient way for companies to fulfill their duty of care and responsibility to their employees.”

In the event of an accident at work, any employee can contact first aiders on-site, and send all the necessary information automatically at the same time. The software also assists safety and crisis managers with digital and automated emergency plans for critical decision making.

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