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NJ Requiring Panic Buttons for Hotel Staff

Matt Golueke June 14, 2019 13:28 PM

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Employee safety is paramount for all organizations, however implementation of technology can often be a challenge. This month, NJ legislators enacted measures to improve hotel worker safety. 

See article by AP here >>

The Security Escort solution addresses this exact safety application. And now NJ has legislated improved hotel worker safety measures as of January 2020, a requirement for hotels with 100 or more rooms.

Learn more about how Security Escort can track employee locations in real-time and enables each employee, student, or facility security officer to be able to press a mobile panic button, sending an immediate alert with pinpoint location accuracy.

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