When Seconds Matter

One device. One touch.

Instantly monitor, communicate,
and protect your employees.

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On-the-job injuries cost $200 billion every year but the most important number isn't measured in dollars - it's measured in seconds.

Because when an employee is hurt or threatened, the ability to quickly communicate and get help is critical.

AlertGPS Safety Wearable

Communicate

A simple press of the ONE touch button allows the employee to call out for both SOS and non-emergency calls or receive calls & mass notification alerts directly to the device.


Locate

Quickly isolate the precise location of employees with reliable, round-the-clock location tracking.


Alert

The device automatically identifies risk and can issue text and email safety alerts to assigned personnel - including out-of pattern behavior when entering or leaving a work area, proximity to a registered sex offender’s home, and more.


Respond

A 24/7 Monitoring Center instantly answers, sees employee profile & location data, and can dispatch emergency help in seconds. Assigned personnel can simultaneously receive safety alerts and access real time & historical information via the AlertGPS Dashboard.

 

Always A Human Voice

Rest assured that your SOS call will always be answered by an individual you designate or a monitoring center staffed 24x7

Features Overview

Critical Alerts

Keeps everyone safe- SOS, safe zones, registered sex offenders for kids safety and speed limit alerts sent via sms, email, or posted on a online web dashboard.

Voice Calling

Enables you to call into the safety wearable and the wearer to call out with 1 easy button.


GPS Tracking

Set interval tracking time to update as needed or default to 5 minutes.

iOS and Android compatible

The same level of innovation that goes into the AlertGPS safety wearable is also used in our smartphone mobile apps.


Battery Life

Allows for frequent location updates with up to 40 hours of battery life.

Device Inactivity

Receive an alert when your device has not reported.