Archive for February 2018

Why Organisations need to consider Lone Worker Safety

This week’s blog comes from our third key exhibitor Everbridge. Natasha Harvey explores the reasons why organisations should take their Duty of Care to Lone Workers seriously alongside some practical, best practice advice. The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) estimates that there are six million employees operating without direct supervision either in remote locations or…

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Try Before You Buy? – resourcing lone worker solutions

This interesting blog comes from Chris Allcard of Reliance Protect one of our key exhibitors and supporters at the Lone worker Safety Expo 2018. It sets out clearly some of the considerations for organisations when exploring the use of technology based solutions for lone workers and explains the value of setting up an initial trial…

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Be Assertive When It Comes To Your Safety

In the first of our blogs from our exhibitors,  Olivia Kinney from SoloProtect explains why it is important for Lone Workers to remember the basics and share the responsibility for their own safety. All employers have a responsibility to provide a safe working environment for their employees, including those working alone. Many organisations implement various…

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