SoloProtect exhibiting at The Health and Safety Event
Come and see the team on Stand C32
Lone worker safety specialists, SoloProtect will again be exhibiting at The Health and Safety Event 2017. Taking place at the NEC, Birmingham on March 21 - 23, the event will connect 6000 visitors and 200 exhibitors. The event will give visitors the chance to engage with industry professionals on a wide range of safety issues, the also has number of seminar and conference features, and engaging speakers lined up over the three days of the event.
Formed in 2003, SoloProtect continues to lead the UK lone worker protection market - in 2016, the company shipped the 200,000th Identicom lone worker device, and became the first company in the UK to be accredited against BS 8484:2016, the latest version of the British Standard for lone worker solutions.
SoloProtect are located on Stand C32 at the event, and will be on hand to advise visitors with tips on how to get the best out of a lone worker solution, how using SoloProtect can be a key part of a user's dynamic risk assessment, and how implementing a lone worker solution can play a key role within an organisation's duty of care to staff.
Lone worker safety continues to be a leading topic at the event. Not least in light of increasing financial risk, largely brought about since the updating of Sentencing Guidelines for Health and Safety legislation, has resulted in a considerable uplift in the level of fines imposed for breaches. This is shown in the below image, taken from the IOSH publication, 'Health and safety sentencing guidelines one year on':
On Wednesday 22nd, SoloProtect will also be joined on-stand by representatives from Suzy Lamplugh Trust. The trust is SoloProtect's nominated charity, and every Identicom lone worker device sold, contributes directly to Suzy Lamplugh Trust. The trust campaign, educate and support advocacy of better personal safety for all. It also runs the National Stalking Helpline.
To arrange a meeting on stand at the event, please contact Rob Harris for more information.
Article Published 14.3.2017