The lone worker is stuck in a critical situation – what now? SafeMotion distinguishes two types of red alerts: manual and automatic. In such situations the lone worker is either able to trigger the alarm by them self or it is triggered automatically for them.
Manual alert: The lone worker presses the red button on the watch. After triggering the alarm, the watch starts vibrating every 10 seconds – a sign for the wearer that the alarm has been sent to the alert response centre.
Automatic Alert: The watch automatically sends a red alert to the monitoring centre if the lone worker watch is not moving for a specific amount of time or if the lone worker does not respond to questions from the watch (“Everything ok?”). In the event of an automatic alert the lone worker has not triggered the alarm themselves.