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Havebury Housing Partnership use Skyguard’s Personal Safety Service to Mitigate Risk

Havebury Housing Partnership has employed the services of Skyguard to help mitigate potential risk to their lone workers by equipping them with personal safety devices and Skyguard for Smartphone applications, enabling them to raise the alarm 24 hours a day, wherever they are.

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (5088)/Comments (0)/
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Muir Group provides Skyguard’s MySOS personal safety device to protect its lone workers

Muir Group has turned to Skyguard to help protect their frontline lone working staff by issuing them each with the MySOS – Europe’s smallest personal safety device. The MySOS, accredited to the Association of Chief Police Officer’s ‘Secured by Design’ certification provides the housing association’s lone workers reassurance knowing they can raise the alarm at the press of a button should they face any potential risk to their wellbeing.

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (5503)/Comments (0)/
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Gallions Housing Association uses Skyguard to protect its lone workers

Gallions Housing Association has turned to BSIA member, Skyguard, to protect its front-line lone workers and help reduce potential risks that they may face on a daily basis.

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (3714)/Comments (0)/
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Guardian 24 - The Link Group Ltd (Housing)

For over 50 years, the Link Group has offered housing, support and regeneration services to 10,000 families and individuals, primarily in Scotland's Central belt. At Link, there are a number of lone working staff, who are exposed to risks associated with visiting empty or remote properties, construction sites, visiting tenants' or service users' homes, sleepovers and dealing with dissatisfied clients or service users.

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (3735)/Comments (0)/
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Guardian 24 - Genesis Housing Association

Genesis Housing Association covers a wide geographical area and emplots over 1,650 people, with around 500 of these employees classed as lone workers. Providing housing support services to customers that are vulnerable - including those dependent on drugs or alcohol - staff often face challenging circumstances in the course of their work.

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (3944)/Comments (0)/
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