The team at GetHomeSafe are pleased to share an article by the NZ Herald on our work with the Hawkes Bay DHB and how they make sure their workers get 'HomeSafe' after every shift. 

"At the beginning of a shift staff essentially activate a 'session' or time period of their shift. When they arrive at a location they can simply press the button once to check-in, which pinpoints their location on a map.... If something goes wrong and they feel unsafe or need emergency support, they can activate an alarm which is picked up immediately by our 24/7 call centre team," -  Rudy Lategan, Hawkes Bay DHB.

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4 March 2021