Security. Communication. Compassion. Confidence
Mobile communications and personnel alarm solutions are a proven, efficient and practical way to enhance staff safety, while giving personnel the mobility so necessary in mental health care. They also facilitate discreet, unobtrusive tracking and monitoring of at-risk persons and equipment. And as Ascom solutions integrate with virtually all existing platforms and third-party systems, they help care providers make more of the resources they already have. Ascom solutions for psychiatric care facilities: a smarter way to care.
Personnel alarms for correctional facilities
A prison guard slips, falls and knocks himself unconscious. How can he possibly send an alarm to colleagues? If he were carrying an Ascom d81 handset, the device’s tilt sensor would automatically kick into action… sending an alarm to co-workers. It’s just one of the ways Ascom solutions maximizes safety for vulnerable personnel.
Technical alarm solutions for correctional facilities
Technical and equipment faults in correctional facilities demand swift responses. Which is one reason why Ascom solutions are so rugged and dependable. And so widely used in the most secure, most challenging environments. Ascom: communications for correctional facilities.
Personnel alarms for psychiatric facilities
Caring for the mentally ill—particularly in acute cases—is a stressful, demanding job. It requires dedicated staff with specialist skills. And it calls for specialist personal alarms and communications systems. Solutions that have been tried, tested and adopted in facilities and health systems worldwide.
Technical alarms for psychiatric facilities
Psychiatric care often involves specialist and expensive equipment. Maintaining the physical integrity of a psychiatric unit is also essential for staff, patient and public safety. That’s why Ascom solutions offer a full range of technical alarms, systems that connect processes, equipment, buildings and people. Failures and actionable deviations trigger automated alerts that go directly to assigned technicians. Unanswered alerts are escalated to selected colleagues.