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06/27/2022

React Mobile Creates ‘Workplace Safety Solution Checklist’

Before selecting a panic button platform, this handy resource suggests questions to ask of vendors while on the tradeshow floor; Visit React Mobile in HITEC Booth 1628.
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To help hoteliers have the best tradeshow experience at HITEC Orlando this week, React Mobile is offering a “Workplace Safety Solution Checklist” to attendees looking to invest in a panic button platform. As a provider of employee safety devices to hotels worldwide, React Mobile understands the need for highly reliable, accurate, and easy-to-use safety technology to protect hotel employees against threats of violence and sexual harassment while working in remote locations. The company will showcase its solutions in HITEC Booth 1628.

The deadline to comply with local and state mandates and meet industry obligations to programs like the AHLA’s 5 Star Promise is rapidly approaching.

To obtain a copy of the Workplace Safety Solution Checklist, visit www.reactmobile.com/workplace-safety-solution-checklist

React Mobile 2.0 was designed to deliver the fast response time. The platform triggers a silent alarm that brings help without alerting others that a response is coming. Once the silent alarm on the panic button has been pressed a light begins flashing red to verify dispatch. In less than one second (when a responder receives the alert) the flashing light turns blue, acknowledging to the employee in distress that help is on the way.

50 percent of hotels say their operational technologies are somewhat or significantly better than their competitors', according to HT's 2022 Lodging Technology Study

React Mobile 2.0 also prevents panic buttons from being triggered erroneously. By changing the button press pattern, false positive alerts are avoided. The solution complies with Collective Bargaining Agreements that protect employees from being tracked on a property when not in danger, thereby saving panic button battery life and honoring employee privacy.