Introducing myCareTrack, Tunstall’s first lone worker smartphone app.
With GPS location functionality, myCareTrack makes monitoring staff safety more accurate than ever.
myCareTrack is designed to work with an existing (Android) smart phone to offer safety for people who are working alone, travelling or working in potentially hazardous environments.
With individual lone worker ID access, regular check up calls, and easy duress activation, myCareTrack aims to quickly identify remote workers who may be in need of assistance.
When a worker commences a shift they check-in via voice or data connectivity using the button on-screen. The worker is then able to record a message in the system, notifying of their movement for the day, and period of time. At this point they also select when they would like their check-up calls throughout the day.
When the check-up time comes, the system dials the worker to request their lone worker ID. If they do not answer their phone it will try them two more times before an alarm is raised.
The alarm response procedure will be customised to each individual and may involve checking their pre-recorded or text message to determine their location and then contacting a supervisor or emergency services.
If the worker does answer and successfully enter their ID, the system will simply dial again at the next set time.
In an emergency the worker can press the SOS duress button in the app, which will immediately call the response centre, notifying them that the worker is in a duress situation.
Tunstall’s myCareTrack is suitable for people who work alone or are very mobile.