Fixed Panic Buttons alarm
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In this era, we live in, having an alarm system installed in your home or business is very essential as it provides peace of mind in the knowledge that your home or business is protected 24 hours a day.
At Dayari Security Solutions, we have a team of well experienced and knowledgeable people who will help you to design and install the most effective alarm system to meet your specific requirements. All our systems are installed to the very strict standards.
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Making Yourself a Priority
It is high time you made yourself and your family, business a priority. This is the one product we hope our customers never have to use. When you hit your panic button, you can be assured that a team of experts have prioritized your call for help and are acting as one to get to you.
How does a panic alarm work?
A panic alarm usually works by pressing a button on a device or app. When a panic alarm is triggered, a monitor will be notified immediately via SMS, email or via an online hub. Important information such as the lone worker’s phone number and location, will be sent to the monitor so that the alarm can be verified, and assistance sent directly to them.
Monitoring can be carried out in house by the owner or by a monitoring and response center. If monitoring in house, the organization if its installed in a business setting, will assign a monitor or group of monitors who will receive notifications of an alert and will know how to respond according to the organization’s policy. Any verified alerts can be escalated to the police along with any additional information provided by the lone worker system, such as location and notes on who they are meeting with.
If monitoring via a monitoring station, they will verify the alert and escalate to the right channels whether that be back to the organization, to their own team of respondents or the emergency services.
Help is on its Way
The difference between safety and tragedy can be a matter of moments. A panic button allows you to send a high priority signal to our 24-hour Monitoring Center, which dispatches the nearest armed response vehicle and officer to your front door.
Fixed Panic Button
Included with any basic alarm system from ADT, these wired panic buttons can be placed around your home or business in key locations, giving you access to help even when you’re not near your keypad.
Remote Panic Button
With a 60m range you can call for help anywhere on your property with this remote panic button. Ideal for when you’re arriving at night, before you get inside.
Evolution Remote with Panic Button
A mobile panic button that does so much more, this remote will allow you to arm and disarm your alarm, activate the panic button or simply open and close your gate and garage.
Home panic button
The panic button is the ideal solution to protect the elderly, sick or disabled quickly and efficiently.
Its operation is quite simple. The fixed panic button is connected to the alarm system and installed on the walls, generally near the bed. It is however possible to install in different rooms or on different floors, as required. One simple press allows you to report a problem with an audible or silent alarm. The emergency services are immediately alerted to be sent to the scene.
In a business or an organization, you really need to think of getting this panic buttons for employees and below are reasons why you really need to consider this gadget;
Legal duty of care
From a business point of view, the employer holds a duty of care to ensure employees are safe while they work. Therefore, it is important to have a check-in system in place as well as a reliable way for the lone worker to signal for help, in order to meet a legal and moral duty of care.
There are some countries currently which the failure to have effective systems in place could lead to serious consequences and the employer could face legal proceedings, fines and a reputation hit amongst other costs.
What is a lone worker device?
A lone worker device is a system that allows workers who work alone to signal for help in case of an emergency situation. A lone worker device can take the form of a physical device to be worn on the lone worker’s person, or an app downloaded onto the lone worker’s phone.
A lone worker device should offer a range of functionality including GPS tracking and a panic alarm – to allow the lone worker to quickly signal for help, while allowing the business to send support directly to their location.
Panic alarms for lone workers
Equipping lone workers with panic alarms is extremely important, because unlike traditional employees, lone workers are unable to receive assistance from nearby colleagues in a difficult or emergency situation – such as an injury or attack.
Every employer holds a legal duty of care to their lone working staff and should have policies and systems in place to ensure they are safe, whether they work alone for all or only part of their working day. Panic alarms offer a way for organizations to ensure that someone is alerted in an emergency so to prevent escalation and further harm.
Why would a lone worker need a Fixed Panic Buttons alarm?
If a lone worker suffers an injury and is immobilized or is faced with an attacker, they may not be able to receive help from someone nearby. They may be out of sight and sound, working behind closed doors or in a remote location.
Reducing response times
In such a situation, the time taken to receive assistance could be the difference between a minor incident and a serious one. Statistics show that in the case of severe bleeding, the survival rate decreases by 10% for every 15-minute delay (The Lancet, 2017). Cardiac arrest survival rates decrease 7-10% every minute in response time (American Heart Association).
Lone worker devices and panic alarms ensure that if an accident or incident does occur, not only can the lone worker signal for help, they can also be located immediately, thus reducing response time.
Can I use my phone as a panic button?
Lone worker apps such as Stay Safe offer a panic button downloaded straight to a lone worker’s phone. This provides a low cost, easily accessible way for lone workers to signal for help without having to rely on remembering and charging an additional device.
How they work is simple. A lone worker downloads the app from the relevant app store and uses log in details provided to them. This ensures they are linked up to the monitoring hub. A panic alarm can be triggered at any time by tapping a large button on the app.
Lone worker apps offer a host of functionality aside from a panic button including low signal mode for those working in areas where making a data signal can be difficult.
Fixed panic buttons
Fixed panic buttons are typically found in stores dealing with large amounts of money, such as jeweler stores, banks, betting shops and other retail stores as well as behind receptionist desks. Often linked to a monitoring station or the emergency services, panic buttons can be triggered to call for help when faced with a robber or violent customer.
Placed somewhere discreetly, fixed panic buttons may be particularly useful when working alone, as with only one employee for the attacker to focus on, a single worker becomes more vulnerable.
However, fixed buttons are limited in that they can only be triggered from a certain location. Therefore, the lone worker has to be in close proximity to the button when an incident occurs to be able to trigger the panic alarm. While this may not be a problem when the lone worker is behind the desk, what if they are on the shop floor or in the back office during an incident?