Safety & Wellness Monitoring For Small Business

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Benefits of Safety & Wellness Monitoring Systems

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Employee Reporting

Employees arriving late or leaving early can cost business office operators roughly $2,279 per incident per year according to 2020 Parks Associates,, and Large Commercial Business Survey.

Keep track of when staff come and go with office access control systems. Get notified if someone opens the office late or closes early, enabling your managers to respond as needed using the enterprise dashboard.

GPS Monitoring and Reporting

As a business owner or manager directly responsible for the supervision of employees, you can’t keep an eye on, or track of, everyone all the time. IAT’s GPS-enabled smart safety devices enable you to keep a closer eye on employee activity and be notified if there is an emergency.

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Connected car devices and applications are smart security for the road. You can easily track where your drivers are, where they have been, and how long they were at each stop. This enables you, the business owner, to check on scheduling and inform clients if their driver is going to be early or late. The connected car device and application can also inform you or your dispatch coordinator if a driver is driving in an unsafe manner, of an accident, whether there is suspicious movement of a vehicle (like being towed), and even maintenance requirements.

When equipped with a smart GPS-enabled locator pendant, employees can inform you of an emergency either personally or in the business. With two-way communication, it’s as simple as pressing the button on the pendant which will connect the employee to either a monitoring company or whoever is the designated contact within the company. If the employee is unable to press the button, the system will automatically send one.

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Critical Systems Monitoring

Critical systems typically consist of generators, backup batteries, electrical switching gear, IT infrastructure, freezers, air cooling and heating units, climate control systems, surveillance systems, fire alarm systems, intrusion systems, freeze warning systems, water flow and water detection systems, and much more.

Protect critical systems by monitoring the temperatures of freezers/refrigerators, server rooms, medical supplies, and more. Receive alerts if temperatures exceed a set range and retrieve historical reports summarizing temperature conditions for compliance. Get notified of water leaks and flooding situations, access and surveillance systems go off-line, and much more.

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