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24/7 SOS technology used on BlackBerry smartphones now on world’s most durable mobile

03 February 2011

Leading 24/7 lone worker protection service code5® is known for saving money by being able to be used on existing BlackBerry®, PDA and other mobile handsets. Now it is also available on the world’s most durable mobile phone, the Sonim XP3 Sentinel.

Together code5 and the new Sonim XP3 Sentinel deliver maximum reliability and the highest grade of protection for lone working staff.

The handset is built to a military spec to withstand extreme levels of shock, heat and humidity. Drop this handset on a hard floor or in a puddle and it will carry on working when many others wouldn’t.

Costs savings can be found in the longevity of the handset. Its three year warranty gives great value for money when compared with other mobiles that may need to be replaced sooner due to damage and much shorter warranty periods.

Keys dedicated to lone worker functionality make it easy to use even with gloves and wet hands. A red key speed-dials operators at SitexOrbis for help in an emergency. An amber key provides a recording feature for leaving messages for operators in emergencies.

There is also a man down function that can be set to trigger a panic alarm if there is a fall or an extended period of motionlessness.

SitexOrbis’ record with the emergency services and accreditations to BS8484 for lone worker protection and to BS5979 category II for alarm receiving centres help to get the police to incidents quickly.

The alarm receiving centre records all incidents to provide evidence and uses the phones highly sensitive GPS to locate users in real time with up to five metres accuracy.

Simon Wainewright, director at SitexOrbis, said: “The XP3 is one of the toughest dedicated lone worker protection mobile phones there is. It is an excellent partner for SitexOrbis code5®. The service gives workers engaged in physically demanding high-risk jobs the reliability they need.”

Call the lone worker support team at SitexOrbis on 0845 250 4626,   lwpsupport@sitexorbis.com, www.sitexorbis.com/loneworker


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