1. Personal alarm
An alarm can be triggered either manually using an emergency button or automatically (man-down, no-movement, time, tear off via pull-cord or escape alarm).
2. Processing and visualisation
MobiCall determines location information as well as details, and consequently displays the alarm in the central switchboard, so that site and building plans can interactively be visualised.
According to alarm plans and timetables, the system transmits the event via multimedia to a defined group of people, for instance over internal and external extensions, smartphones, Client PCs, IP loudspeakers.
4. Acknowledgement and escalation
To ensure the utmost security, a predefined number of recipients must acknowledge the alarm. If these subjects cannot be reached, the system can start an alarm escalation to notify someone else.
5. Report & Control
MobiCall logs detailed information about the entire alarm process. The alarm report can be sent automatically, but it can also be accessed at any time using the alarm control panel. Emergency calls and conferences can optionally be recorded.
LONE WORKING DEFINITION
Lone workers are defined as “people performing their working activities alone, out of earshot and sight of other persons” (section § 2.7.2 of the German Social Accident Insurance DGUV-R 100-001). According to paragraph § 5 of the German Working Conditions Act, the entrepreneur must identify the risks associated with the lone working position and assess the working conditions. depending on the risk assessment, it is necessary to provide suitable response measures and to document the procedures in accordance with paragraph § 6.