Lone Worker Safety in the NHS – early adopters indeed, but there’s no time to be complacent:

By Craig Swallow – SoloProtect UK Managing Director Last week NHS Protect released the findings of a recent study into ‘Lone worker estate mapping’ – a report “carried out to define lone working in the NHS and to map potential risks of violence and aggression, taking into account both lone worker activities and the lone … More Lone Worker Safety in the NHS – early adopters indeed, but there’s no time to be complacent:

ACPO taking first steps towards a policy change on how Police forces should respond to Lone Worker Alarms:

Last month ACPO made its first moves towards what will eventually become a formal change in their guidelines to Police Forces’, regarding how they should respond to a situation escalated via a Lone Worker Device / Alarm. They are designed to ensure that all Lone Worker Alarms, and in turn any subsequent Police response, is … More ACPO taking first steps towards a policy change on how Police forces should respond to Lone Worker Alarms:

Creating a lone worker solution after a PR Crisis

How does your business respond to a serious workplace incident? No organisation likes negative PR, and here at Connexion2 we understand why managers would often reassess and improve protection for their employees, including those who work alone, after a serious incident generates negative publicity.  In an ideal world, lone working employees would be thoroughly assessed … More Creating a lone worker solution after a PR Crisis