February 13 | 2018
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Introducing the New CHECKMATE Dashboard

Our new CheckMate Dashboard provides Administrators with an overview of all of the Staff registered in the service. The new dashboard allows you to: Drill down and get access to personal profiles, contact lists, event histories, and voice and text messages. At a glance, the administrators can view the status of their staff working alone, whether they are Active, in Alarm, have a Safety Check in Progress or if the…

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January 18 | 2018
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Prevent Falls Amongst Seniors CHECKMATE SOS

Did you know that falls for those 65 years of age and over are the leading cause of both fatal and nonfatal injuries? Every 10 minutes, an older adult is hospitalized for a fall-related injury. The possibilities of falling and of being seriously injured in a fall increase with age. It is reported that 1 in 3 adults over the age of 65 are likely to fall each year resulting in moderate to severe injuries. In 2010 1.6 million seniors fell at least once in Canada. This cost hospitals over…

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December 22 | 2017
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Help Keep Your Employees Safe This Holiday Season

Winter is a time for the holidays, and it’s also a time to take extra caution to keep your employee’s safe! Statistics show that workplace injuries spike around winter. Each year thousands of workers are injured at work due to slippery surfaces as a result of snow and cold weather. Although slips and falls happen all year around, there is a spike in the number of fall injuries during the winter. An injured worker means a decrease in productivity which is the last thing you need during a busy holiday season.…

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December 20 | 2017
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Do you have a lone worker working for you?

Do you know that being a lone worker is not necessarily a full-time job? For example, a worker might work in the office with other coworkers for most of the day, however, is considered a lone worker when they leave for site visits to areas where there is no supervision and has no contact with co-workers. Did you know that a person is considered a lone worker when: They are working without supervision. Can’t be seen or heard by others while on the job. Goes for long periods of time…

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