NYSHTA Legislative Networking Breakfast to Showcase React Mobile Employee Safety Devices

by Linaeya Horn-Muller, on Mar 5, 2024 10:00:00 AM

SEATTLE — Members of the New York State Hospitality & Tourism Assn. will head to Resorts World Catskills for the “NYSHTA Catskills Legislative Networking Breakfast” on March 8th. As a sponsor, React Mobile, hospitality’s most trusted provider of employee safety devices, will display next generation technology that delivers the highest panic button reliability and beacon location accuracy on the market while being radically simpler for staff to use in every way.

“When it comes to creating and maintaining safe workplaces, New York City has been ahead of the curve, requiring employee safety devices (ESDs) for unionized hospitality workers since 2013.” said John Stachowiak, CEO of React Mobile. “As ESD implementation grows statewide, events like these are increasingly important because they foster crucial discussions about industry issues and trends, including innovative safety technology, like React Mobile.”

What sets React Mobile apart:

Several features separate React Mobile from other workplace safety platforms on the market:

  • The platform triggers a silent alarm that brings help without alerting others that a response is coming.
  • Once the silent alarm on the panic button is pressed, a red-light flash to verify dispatch.
  • In less than one second (when a responder receives the alert) the flashing light turns blue to notify the employee in distress that help is on the way.
  •  The solution prevents alerts from being triggered erroneously.
  • It complies with Collective Bargaining Agreements that protect employees from being tracked on a property when not in danger, thereby saving panic button battery life and honoring employee privacy.
  • It enables employees to receive safety alert notifications on their mobile devices and dispatch help.
  • Management teams receive analytics measuring how long it took for an employee to respond to an active alert.
  • All third-party iBeacons, such as Aruba and Cisco Meraki, are supported. With iBeacon functionality already existing in the hotel’s Wi-Fi access points, hoteliers will save up to 75% of workforce safety platform install costs.
  • The highly sensitive machine-learning backend greatly increases location accuracy.
  • A double-redundant alert pipeline ensures that alerts are dispatched from panic buttons to responders in the fastest time possible. React Mobile delivers 99.9% of alerts in less than a half-second.
  • Tap the button once to check battery life and network coverage where you’re standing.
  • Two-way multi-lingual conversations can be facilitated in English, Spanish and French. 
  • Single sign-on (SSO) authentication is enabled from existing employee email and password.
  • Housekeepers and responders working at multiple properties can use React Mobile across the enterprise.

To learn more about React Mobile and demo the solution, click here. 

Topics:EventPanic ButtonHospitality