Security Provider for Critical Infrastructure Selects Storm for Lone Worker Protection
BusinessWatch will provide its remote engineers with lone worker safety technologies developed by Storm Intelligent Communications.
BusinessWatch, the largest installer of fire and security systems for utilities companies in the United Kingdom, will equip its remote engineers with lone worker safety technologies from Storm Intelligent Communications.
The partnership intends to keep engineers safe on the job by providing them with real-time location monitoring, instant voice and multimedia messaging capabilities, and SOS emergency alerts while they work in potentially hazardous environments above and below ground.
BusinessWatch supplies utilities companies with bespoke fire and security systems to protect sites against the risk of fire, security breaches and terrorist threats. The properties form part of the national critical infrastructure upon which daily life depends.
Storm’s critical communications will also be available to BusinessWatch customers and their operatives as part of the initial deployment. As well as enabling a fast and reliable response to safety and security scenarios, the technologies allow users to demonstrate full compliance with health regulations and other contractual obligations.
Luke Wilkinson, founding director of Storm, said: “Our lone worker safety solution perfectly aligns with BusinessWatch’s focus on security. Together, we have the power to reshape how utilities companies approach the protection of their remote workforce.
“Technology trends are changing the way we work and empowering the rise of remote working in the field. Keeping them safe is becoming even more important.”
Matthew Tolkein, managing director at BusinessWatch, added: “Our partnership with Storm Intelligent Communications sets a new standard for ensuring the safety and wellbeing of lone workers. We’re delighted to be able to extend the benefits of the lone worker solution to our clients to empower them to prioritise their employees’ security.”