Three reasons to use a mobile panic button
In this day and age, panic buttons are essential. Many institutions have made use of panic buttons for decades. Banks are a prime example of how important it is to have a one stop, emergency button, especially when you don’t have an opportunity to dial for help.
But calling for help has now become a very simple exercise. Panic buttons, like the panic button on the iER app, have become digital, which means that the button is mobile and you can carry it with you. The benefits of having a one-button safety net are endless.
You can literally carry it with you
The iER app can be downloaded on all mobile devices and is free to use. This means that all people can have a panic button in their pocket at all times. No matter what situation you find yourself in, all you need to do is open up the app and press the button. IER gives you access to any type of emergency relief support, specific to the issue you are facing.
You can call an ambulance, the fire brigade and even poison control all with the push of a button, so it’s really very convenient.
Why use all of your airtime and data trying to get help, when all you need to do is press a button? All you need is data or a Wi-Fi connection and that’s it. Press the mobile panic button and you’re on your way to getting the assistance you need.
In situations that are particularly stressful, it is possible that something as simple as dialling a phone number turns out to be more difficult than you could ever imagine, says Zembro. You might even forget the PIN for your phone so you won’t be able to use it. A personal alarm has only one button to push when in need. No need to think any further when you’re under stress.