About ProTELEC Security + Safety
Who is ProTELEC?
ProTELEC is a family-owned company that has been protecting life and property for over 50 years; they are one of Canada’s largest independent security and safety companies. ProTELEC is an industry leader in emergency and lone worker monitoring, keeping workers safe while remaining compliant with regulatory requirements.
ProTELEC is currently protecting thousands of employees who are working alone throughout many industries. They developed the Lone Worker Monitoring service and app to integrate seamlessly with our Emergency Monitoring Centre (EMC).
What Makes us Different
- Architectural security features
- Physical structure security features
- Emergency power
- Computer hardware & software
- High standards of operator training
- Operators provide live response 24/7
Our Monitoring Centre was the first in Canada to be certified ‘Five Diamond’ by the Monitoring Association, an organization whose mandate is to maintain the highest standards of excellence in the North American Alarm industry.
Our team of 100 specialists undergo rigorous training and education to qualify for work in ProTELEC’s Emergency Monitoring Centre (EMC), and are dedicated to ensuring that your workers are safe at all times, in all environments.
The CheckMate suite of products was developed to compliment the services provided by our Emergency Monitoring Centre. Combining powerful safety check tools and emergency alert systems with trained live operators offers greater lone worker protection. In 2019 alone, CheckMate made over 2 million automated safety checks through our Safe Alone app, texts, and/or automated phone calls, while our operators provided thousands of lone workers with live safety checks and emergency support.”
What is CheckMate?
CheckMate is a suite of employee and lone worker safety solutions by ProTELEC Alarms, offering protection to lone workers through safety monitoring.
CheckMate is comprised of the Working Alone monitoring system, and our Safe Alone check-in app. Our security systems are designed to give both employees and employers peace of mind when working alone.
We are not just a software developer who created a safety app for lone workers, sending emails or texts when they fail to check in; with ProTelec, we have live, professionally trained operators who ensure employers are notified, and employees are checked on.
In 2003, given the developments and enhancements of lone worker regulations for employers, ProTELEC responded by introducing a new and innovative service called CheckMate Working Alone.
CheckMate Working Alone offers employers both a service and an operational system that allows for compliance with provincial working alone regulations across Canada.
Today, CheckMate is a full suite of personal protection and lone worker solutions, with CheckMate Working Alone being our core service.
Why Choose CheckMate as a Source of Protection?
In order to protect your staff wherever they work, CheckMate offers optimal safety solutions that streamline the safety and security process.
We provide in-depth training and ongoing support, with access to our customer care team available around the clock. There are no administration fees or extra charges for support services, account changes or administrative adjustments required for the program to run smoothly.
With our suite of safety services, there is no software or hardware to buy. Whether your run a small business with 10 employees or a large corporation, CheckMate offers monitoring solutions tailored to fit your needs.
Why You and Your Business Need Protection
While provincial legislation varies, every province requires employers to ensure the safety of their employees according to the law. All of CheckMate’s products and services comply with or exceed current provincial working alone legislation, ensuring that your employees are securely monitored, and your company will not face unlawful actions. CheckMate monitors employee safety through an automated and proactive system, allowing lone workers to focus on their jobs, checking in and receiving safety checks wherever they are, even if they do not have cell coverage and can only access a landline.