This device complies with the Health and safety work act 2015 (nz) 21- Managing risks associated with remote or isolated work.
and WHS act (Australia) Section 19.
advanced alert options
both staysafe and rescueplus feature several types of alerts to ensure greater safety for users. staysafe features regular check in’s, ended or expired alerts and panic alerts. While Rescueplus features manual and automatic activation.
Pinpoint GPS location Capabilities
COMPUTER MAPPING SOFTWARE trackS using pinpoint GPS location AND UTILISES 66 SATELLITE NETWORKs FOR OUT OF RANGE COMMUNICATION.
What IS STAYSAfE & RESCUEPLUS?
RescuePlus and StaySafe work side by side to protect both lone and isolated workers. StaySafe operates through the cellular network, while RescuePlus can connect by Bluetooth to give you 100% coverage options when you are outside the cellular network.
StaySafe is a safety app designed to protect lone workers against accident or incident by sending alerts to a cloud-based Hub. Operating through the cellular data network, the hub monitors smartphone users in real time and by precise location.
The V.BTTN Watch works whenever the StaySafe App is running, Once paired to the device, the user can assign check-in and panic alert functions.
RescuePlus is an automated accident detection system. The device uses 66 satellites and notifies emergency services of an activated emergency, either by roll over or manual activation.
How does it work?
Login to StaySafe. No cellular network? Login to RescuePlus – which continues to operate outside the network range.
When an emergency signal is manually or automatically activated, either through a crash or roll over activation, a signal is sent to 66 satellites to notify your nominated contacts and emergency services. Both receive important accident information including GPS location and time of activation.
Emergency services are dispatched to your exact location and help is able to be given to any incident or emergency.
Health & Safety Compliance NZ
Health & Safety at Work Act 2015 (NZ) 21 – Managing risks associated with remote or isolated work.
(1) A PCBU must manage, in accordance with regulations 5 to 8, risks to the health and safety of a worker who performs remote or isolated work. (2) To minimise risks to the health and safety of a worker associated with remote or isolated work, a PCBU must provide a system of work that includes eeffective communication with the worker. (3) A PCBU who contravenes this regulation commits an offence and is liable on conviction,— (a) for an individual, to a fine not exceeding $10,000: (b) for any other person, to a fine not exceeding $50,000.
WHS Act (Australia)
WHS Act (Australia) PCBUs have a duty of care under section 19 of the WHS Act to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health and safety of their workers while they are at work. PCBUs must provide and maintain a work environment that is healthy, safe and without risks to the health of workers, or other persons aected by the conduct of the business or undertaking. PCBUs should proactively identify, assess, control and monitor tasks or workplace environments that present a risk to remote or isolated workers using a risk management approach. PCBUs should:
(1) Determine whether remote or isolated work is necessary and identify the hazards and appropriate risk control measures. (2) Determine the level of worker supervision required (3) Engage and consult with workers (and/or their representatives) to decide what level of support and assistance is required.