Tended employee

The future of lone worker technology

We use advanced technology to create life-saving wearable solutions. Built with your employees in mind, we're helping to make safety simple and engaging.

Advanced personal safety wearables for your employees

We connect your entire workforce so you and your team can focus on the day-to-day knowing that everyone’s safety is being reliably monitored.

The future of
accident detection

Proprietary and state-of-the-art technology is combined with AI to learn your employee’s movement over time.

This means we can accurately detect accidents, including slips, trips and falls as well as unusual periods of no movement. And if that wasn't enough, this device can also double up as a panic button and ask users to check in at set intervals.

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THE DASHBOARD

Maintain full visibility of your workforce

Tended's Dashboard is at the core of our solution and provides a clear picture of your employees' safety, wellbeing and status. See a full overview of your workforce, be notified if an employee has an accident or if they are at risk and more through the Dashboard.


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EMPLOYEE ENGAGEMENT

Create an environment where employees value safety

Employee engagement is the most important part of any safety initiative. That’s why we’ve designed all of our products with both the employee and the employer in mind. We do all the heavy lifting and engage your employees from the moment you sign up.

Whether your teams work in different sites or as one unit, Tended provides versatile solutions for your whole organisation. We give your employees the assurance that the alarm will be raised if something goes wrong at work.

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How do employees feel about being monitored at work?

67% of employees are against continuous location tracking. We only share location and health data if an accident is detected or SOS alert is sent.

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How soon after an injury should an individual receive care?

The first few hours after the incident is the critical phase of accident response. The sooner an individual receives care, the better the outcome.

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How soon after an injury should an individual receive care?

The first few hours after the incident is the critical phase of accident response. The sooner an individual receives care, the better the outcome.

We’re doing things differently…

We’re not just another “lone worker solution”. We’ve developed truly innovative technology, designed to help save lives in the workplace. If you don’t believe us, just take a look at some of the different publications talking about us!

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Get in touch

Schedule a call for a demo of our safety solutions and learn how we can help improve the safety of your workforce.