Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person
— Universal Declaration of Human Rights Article 3, 1948 —
Safety must be guaranteed also in the workplace, especially when it comes to lone workers, whose specific role exposes them to higher risk.
XPTT’s Man Down feature constantly monitors the safety status of the lone worker: thanks to easy-to-set alarm values, XPTT detects changes in position and lack of movement, and sends a notification to the worker’s supervisor.
XPTT ’s main functionality is to continuously monitor movement. If no movement is detected and values are different than the ones previously set, the system initiates a call and sends an SMS to the supervisors.
Movement and tilt parameters can be easily set and, in case of imminent peril, the worker can voluntarily initiate the Man Down alarm and ask for help.
XPTT also regularly asks workers to confirm they’re safe through a notification.
The Man Down feature can be managed through a Web Portal which not only allows administrators and supervisors to configure the phone numbers to be notified in case of alarm, but also the management of all safety parameters such as tilt angle and the period of inactivity for the alarm to start.
Additionally, users in alarm are visible also from the Dispatcher.
Automatic: no-movement and worker-down detection Manual alarm
automatically notify up to 5 contacts via SMS about alarm start and dismiss times.
for every alarm, the following information is provided: date and time, type of alarm, location and GPS accuracy.
Repeatedly call on loudspeaker up to 5 numbers previously added.
Regularly request workers
to check-in and confirm
they are safe.
In case of missed confirmation, the system notifies the supervisor via SMS.
Management tool to add emergency contacts
The Web Portal shows the location of all users on a map.
The Web Portal provides a history log of all alarms.