Digital H&S specialist EcoOnline has acquired StaySafe, a leading provider of cloud-based monitoring solutions that ensures workers in remote or risky environments have twenty-four-seven protection, expanding and strengthening its comprehensive suite of EHS SaaS Solutions.
The changing patterns in the world of work, with more flexibility and technology, lone working is on the rise in almost every industry. As the name suggests, a lone worker is someone who performs their jobs alone, without someone else present or supervision. Lone workers can also be working with another person but are out of hearing or visual distance.
StaySafe offers remote monitoring, panic alerts, and other solutions designed to protect lone or at-risk workers. Their platform includes an innovative and award-winning smartphone app and cloud-based monitoring solution that provides workers personal safety and security. The easy-to-use app track’s location in real-time, enabling employees to check in safely and request immediate assistance in an emergency. StaySafe also has several options for wearable device integration, and monitoring can be performed in-house or outsourced to response services in the relevant region.
Commenting on the acquisition, EcoOnline’s CEO, Göran Lindö, says, “Our mission in EcoOnline is to protect people and the environment. In StaySafe, we have found a team where the protection of people is in their DNA, and we see great potential for future joint growth and innovation. We believe StaySafe’s solution is at the forefront of Lone Worker protection, and marrying it with our user-friendly EHS and chemical safety suite is an attractive match. Together, we will bring StaySafe’s product to our 7 100+ customer base in the UK, Ireland, the US, and the Nordics, while offering our own broad EHS platform to StaySafe customers, creating a best-in-class on and off-site worker safety solution.”
London-based StaySafe was established in 2012, and has 35 employees. It has a market presence in the UK, Ireland, the USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand and has reported strong ARR and customer growth over several years.
The solution provides global coverage, and the company has over 900 clients and more than 45,000 users across the UK, Ireland, USA, Canada, Australia, and New Zealand. Amongst its loyal customer base is several blue-chip customers such as Nokia, KPMG, Skanska, and GE.
“We’re delighted to become part of EcoOnline. For our customers, EcoOnline’s significant resources will allow us to accelerate the development of the StaySafe Lone Worker product and offer some exciting new best-of-breed EHS solutions. EcoOnline’s greater market access will allow us to accelerate our growth, particularly in areas where we have little presence. I think it’s a great fit for our people, the company, and our clients,” says Don Cameron, CEO of StaySafe.