+(61) 1300 965 192

Providing An Additional Level

Of Protection For Remote Workers

"We have tried a number of applications and have found Safe-halo out preforms all the rest."

Kane Organ of Peabody - Metropolitan Coal Helensburgh
Sample Video

Complete Visibility

Safe-halo exceeds all expectations when operating in areas with little to no signal!

This sample video shows playback of a vehicle on a forestry track on the South Coast of NSW and the autoscreen which rotates through your team members location and status. Most areas have little to no phone signal. Safe-halo continues to track users by utilising the device's GPS and storing the coordinates locally. The device is able to send the small packages of data back to base when there is any whiff of phone signal; updating the user's current status. Click on the video to see how Safe-halo protects and monitors users when in the field.

Cheap, Simple And Effective!

Using The Tools You Have

No need to purchase any additional equipment or install new programs on your computer.

You only need a mobile phone and internet connected computer.

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Mobile App

  • Free download
  • Initiative interface
  • Set and forget start/stop timer
  • Man-down button
  • Interval and set timers
  • Automatic alerts for no response
  • Coordinates stored locally
  • And much much more...

Web Interface

  • Full management interface
  • Real time viewing
  • History playback
  • Geo fencing to monitor access
  • Differing access levels
  • Broadcast messaging
  • SMS, on-screen and email alerts
  • And much much more...

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App Features

Fully Automated

Set and forget function to activate Safe-halo

Timed Sessions & Distress Alerts

Automated countdown timers and safety alerts

Man-Down & Watch Me

Activate the "I need help" button or watch me when not comfortable with the situation you are in.


Discrete Communications

Internal system messaging or Broadcasts

Audible Alarms & Alerts

Audible alarms activated by users actions, session expiry alerts

Battery Optimization

Three settings to extend battery

App Screenshots

Easy to navigate, user-friendly interface

Client Feeback

Hear what our customers have to say


Frequently Asked Questions

Q: How Much Does Safe-Halo Cost?

Around $1 a day. . .

  • A Safe-halo subscription (a licence) costs $388 a year per mobile device and display being monitored.
  • The account owner and users that wish to login and monitor the web interface also require a licence.
  • Minimum of 10 licence per account, then sold in lots of 5.
  • 12 month licence period.
  • 30 day free trial period available.
  • Click here to try Safe-halo free today!

Safe-halo’s performance has exceeded all expectations, working extremely well on the outer fringes of GSM network coverage. It certainly covers the space right up to requiring a satellite device.

  • Patchy Network, Safe-halo continues to store your GPS coordinates on your local handset. Once back into either partial or full network range the local data is sent to the hub. The Hub then displays your full trail and status.
  • No Network, Safe-halo uses features like check-in timers to cover areas where there is no network. You would select a time that you are expected to be out of the no network area. If you have not checked in by the time set, the system will send alerts to nominated persons. (If you want to be tracked 100% of the time while in an area with no GSM network, you will need a Satellite phone/emergency device.)
  • Safe-halo sends data via the existing GSM networks. (It requires a GSM network to function)

You will be up and running straight away as the system is fully automated. Purchase your licences, login to your account area and start inviting your team to join you.

There is a minimum of 10 licenses per account. There is no maximum number of licenses.

  • You purchase licenses (seats) for the number of people you wish to monitor and to display at the one time.
  • The account owner must also have a licence to be able to gain access to the web portal.
  • In your account area you can turn on and off users as you like to make sure you fully utilise Safe-halo.
  • We suggest you purchase more than enough seat to cover everyone as we have seen incidents where the persons not covered by Safe-halo had an issue.

Click here to try Safe-halo

You will need to check your local Surveillance Act, as each State and Territory's regulations differ. Generally, to be compliant, surveillance via GPS tracking must not commence without prior notice (in writing) to each of the affected employees. The notice must be given at least 14 days before the surveillance commences (unless an employee agrees to a lesser period of notice.) Submitting the notice via email is considered a valid form of communication. The notice must indicate:

  • (a) the kind of surveillance to be carried out (GPS for tracking purposes), and
  • (b) how the surveillance will be carried out (via the installation of a GPS tracking app on your device), and
  • (c) when the surveillance will start, and
  • (d) whether the surveillance will be continuous, intermittent, for a specified period or ongoing.
  • Find out more...

Safe-halo is owned and maintained by 152hq Pty Ltd based in Wollongong, NSW Australia

  • We have helped a number of larger organisation roll out Safe-halo to their teams.
  • If you would like help, contact us and let us know your requirements.

Yes we do. For a large volume of licences (50 +) or are a non profit organisation.

If You Do Not Find The Answer To Your Question Listed Within Our FAQ's, You Can Always Contact Us Directly At Admin@Safe-Halo.Net

Very Affordable & Available Now!

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Remote Worker Update


To help us ensure the safety of our Illawarra Metallurgical Coal field crews, we’ve teamed up with local start-up @152_HQ to use mobile app #technology that monitors the location and safety of our employees in real time. Read more: S32 Website #mining

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When you work remotely or in isolation, you are unable to get immediate attention from rescue, medical or emergency services.

Must do’s

There are specific laws that apply when you do remote or isolated work. Here we summarise those laws and give you some practical tips.

You must have a safe system of work that includes effective communication with the worker.

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Employers are legally responsible to eliminate any risks to the health and safety of their employees, so far as deemed ‘reasonably practical’. To avoid any confusion, Safe Work Australia has determined that interpretation of ‘reasonably practical’ must take into consideration the following five points:

  • The likelihood of the hazard or the risk concerned occurring.
  • Degree of harm that might result from the hazard or the risk.
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NSW 2500, Australia

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Safe-Halo: The Most Powerful Mobile GPS Tracking Tool On The Market

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