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Visit SoloProtect at the Safety and Health Expo 2015

SoloProtect are situated on Stand L2100,

SoloProtect, the specialist provider of Lone Worker Safety Solutions is again exhibiting at the Safety and Health Expo on 16 – 18 June 2015 at ExCeL London. The comprehensive lone worker solution provided by Connexion2, manufacturer of Identicom and long-time lone worker provider now in its 12th year of business. SoloProtect will again be showcased in the heart of the Lone Worker Area of the show, directly opposite the Lone Worker Education Theatre on Stand L2100.

SoloProtect is the comprehensive solution for lone workers - with a genuine focus on the delivery of a high-quality lone worker service, combined with support to encourage daily usage from end-users. SoloProtect is an all-inclusive service for a fixed monthly fee – with a qualified training team to support the rollout of the solution to users, and a dedicated, UK-based Customer Support team designed to assist a customer’s internal teams / point of contact for managing the solution throughout its entirety. The solution is designed to ensure customers are able to get the best possible value from their investment.

The Identicom lone worker device continues to be a central part of the SoloProtect Solution offering. Now used by 145,000 lone workers worldwide. SoloProtect is now provided direct to organisations in several geographic markets including the UK, US, Netherlands, and Germany.

Craig Swallow, Managing Director of SoloProtect, UK commented: We’re delighted to be exhibiting at the Safety and Health Expo again in 2015 – it’s a great way to keep up with industry trends, but crucially it’s also important we keep engaging with our end-user customer base and new business prospects alike.

Want to visit the show?

To sign up to visit the Safety & Health Expo on 16 – 18 June 2015, please click this link.

For more information about visiting the show, or to book a meeting on stand, please contact Rob Harris.

Article Published 24.4.2015