Serving Workers in Multiple Industries

Lone Worker Protection Across All Industries

ProTELEC is currently protecting thousands of employees all over North America with our lone working security systems. Our lone worker services provide extra protection for your workers and simplifies your organization’s working alone safety plan. CheckMate Working Alone also meets all government safety legislations and regulations.

Our goal is to offer the most effective lone worker services and solutions for any business, regardless of size or industry. The list below identifies many of the industries that commonly utilize CheckMate services:

Facility maintenance:

These workers often find themselves alone in buildings at all hours. They may also be required to travel between locations and face varying risks.



Many professionals in the healthcare industry spend the bulk of their time visiting clients’ homes, putting themselves at risk in isolated environments. Homecare workers and nurses are especially vulnerable.



Employees at gas and convenience stores are at risk of violence from the public, health issues, and trip-and-fall accidents. Often, these employees work late at locations that are far from civilization — off highways and at rest stops with limited services — where help cannot reach them quickly.



Bylaw personnel, parks and recreation employees, public works staff, and community service workers are all required to work alone during the course of their duties. Many of these workers must travel between locations and will interact frequently with the public.



Office-based employees may not face a high risk of accidents, but individuals that work in an office alone are considered lone workers. A receptionist sitting at a desk in a waiting room alone, and staff who travel to meet clients are also considered lone workers.



Staff who work alone in a retail setting are at risk of public violence, health issues, and trip-and-fall accidents. Even if the retail store is in a busy shopping mall or plaza, employees are still considered lone workers.


Service professionals:

Electricians, plumbers, HVAC workers, and other professionals who undertake service calls – pest/animal control, exterminators, and health inspectors — are considered lone workers. These employees spend their days travelling between different locations where they may work in isolation for long periods of time.


Child Care:

Child care staff are often lone workers during openings and closings. They are also considered a lone worker if they are the only adult on an outing or walk with children.

CheckMate’s lone worker safety monitoring services provide extra protection for your employees who are working alone. Contact us today to learn more about how our lone worker security solutions can work for your business.