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StaySafe smartphone app keeps vulnerable housing sector workers safe in the field

To better meet their duty of care to their employees and accurately monitor their safety Altwood migrated to using StaySafe Business in 2014. Although the StaySafe app is most commonly used on smartphones, employees at Altwood Group successfully run the app on their work tablets.

15 September 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (4100)/Comments (0)/

StaySafe app integrates with existing technology to protect lone workers at St John charity

Best known for their ambulance services, charitable healthcare organisation St John New Zealand also employ a team of medical alarm representatives who install, test and monitor emergency medical alarms for 40,000 vulnerable or elderly customers. Many customers are not well known to the representatives and they usually work alone, potentially putting them at risk.

15 September 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (3424)/Comments (0)/

Andrew Page choose Peoplesafe to protect their loneworkers

Peoplesafe provide lone worker solution to Andrew Page Ltd, one of the UK's largest distributors of autoparts and workshop equipment. 

28 April 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (5921)/Comments (0)/

Guardian24 protects First Glasgow's lone workers

First Glasgow is the largest bus operating companies in Scotland with over 1000 buses in operation, and 2800 employees.

First Glasgow employ a number of Street Inspectors and Customer Agents who, as part of their daily duties, are involved in regulating services, timing checks, revenue protection etc. Most of these duties either involve standing at a prominent street location on their own. Better protection was needed for these vulnerable staff who work alone.

09 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (5091)/Comments (0)/

Skyguard protects staff at Accor, the world's leading hotel operator

Hotel staff often work alone late into the night to continually provide their customers with the best possible service and a relaxing, stress-free stay. However, there are risks involved. Some hotel guests can become abusive, aggressive and even violent. For hotel employees, this can be incredibly intimidating and potentially dangerous. As a responsible employer, Accor is always looking for solutions to this problem and this led them to Skyguard and their 24/7 emergency response service.

07 January 2015/Author: Amanda Caton/Number of views (4716)/Comments (0)/
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