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React Mobile to Showcase Its NEW Employee Safety Solution at OHLA Conference & Gala

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React Mobile to Showcase Its NEW Employee Safety Solution at OHLA Conference & Gala

As an Allied Member of the Ohio Hotel & Lodging Assn., React Mobile will network with event attendees to discuss their employee safety needs and explain how panic buttons can help retain hotel associates – especially females in front- and back-of-house roles

Ohio hoteliers will “Dream Big” as they participate in the 2022 Ohio Hotel & Lodging Assn. Conference & Gala, to be held November 21 and 22 at the Hyatt Regency here. The reimaged conference, presented by Morgan Stanley, will feature immersive educational sessions on trending topics, including conversations on innovation and technology. In addition, a new, all day Exhibitor Marketplace will be held today from 9:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. that will enable attendees to connect one on one with leaders in the tech space — such as OHLA Allied Member React Mobile, that will showcase hospitality’s most responsive, reliable, and self-managing panic button solution.

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“Today’s opening General Session is titled ‘The Spirit to Serve Starts from Within,’” said Ryan Heideman, React Mobile VP of Sales. “Employee safety is key to retention, satisfaction and longevity. The BEST way to serve those who serve guests and put themselves at risk (by working in remote areas of the hotel at all hours) is to equip them with safety device technology that responds immediately to emergency alerts and dispatches help accurately in seconds. It’s evident that OHLA recognizes the importance of employee safety; two day-one education sessions, ‘Retaining Your Spirit and Your Employees’ and ‘What Women Really Want Need to Excel in the Workplace’ highlight issues that can be addressed in part by implementing a panic button solution.”

Research shows . . .

The React Mobile Difference

React Mobile panic buttonSeveral features separate React Mobile 2.0 from other employee safety devices on the market, including: 1) the platform triggers a silent alarm that brings help without alerting others that a response is coming; 2) once the silent alarm on the panic button is pressed, a red light flashes to verify dispatch; 3) 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; 4) the solution prevents alerts from being triggered erroneously; and 5) 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.

But wait, there’s more . . .

“As eager as we are to showcase React Mobile 2.0, we are even more excited to meet OHLA members and explain any legislation that may require them to add panic buttons in the coming year,” Heideman said. “What operators will quickly realize – if they haven’t already – is that not all panic buttons are the same. Those looking for the most effective and highly reliable solutions that sends help to the exact location where assistance is needed should plan to meet with us at this event.”

To learn more about React Mobile 2.0, visit www.reactmobile.com.

About React Mobile

Founded in 2013, React Mobile is a global leader in providing panic button solutions for hotels. Our best in class hospitality safety platform helps hotels keep their employees safe. The React Mobile system is an open and flexible platform that allows management to deploy response resources to the exact location of an emergency within seconds of an alert, getting help to where it’s needed anywhere on or off property. In an emergency quick response times are essential and React Mobile gives you the tools to react fast. For more information, visit www.reactmobile.com.

Posted by on November 21, 2022.

Categories: Technology

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