The dangers of resident elopements are extensive, including injury and liability.

Reduce these risks and support caregiver workflow with UL 294 compliant Code Alert Wander Management.

Customizable Solution

Better care improves resident safety and peace of mind for their families. So why draw attention to a wandering management system? Blend it into your community for a more home-like environment.

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  • Illuminated keypad disappears when not in use
  • Optional wander alarm event helps identify residents lingering near an exit
  • Alarms are issued <b>before</b> a door is opened to help prevent elopements.

Restraint-free Protection

If a patient wearing a transmitter attempts to exit a monitored area, the transmitter triggers the lock and alerts nurses, all through wireless technology. When not near an exit, the resident can freely move throughout the community with dignity.

  • Decorative faces are durable printed designs
  • Form and function combine to promote a home-like environment
  • Banding is available in several colors and in nylon and durable forms to provide variety

CodeWatch Transmitters

CodeWatch® is a small, lightweight transmitter used to reduce the risk of resident elopements. A wristwatch appearance and three different, attractive face designs help preserve resident dignity and individuality.

  • Water-resistant with a one-year lifetime
  • Restraint-free

Computer-free Perimeter Mode

Installed without a computer, the Model T30 solution is an “always armed” system. Bypass with a security code or optional integration with a card reader system

Western Connecticut Health Network chose RF Technologies’ Safe Place® to add a higher level of security for our patients. Safe Place® provides a proven product that is a good fit in our particular nursing environment. Eric Goodsell, Project Leader, Technology and Systems, Western Connecticut Health Network

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