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Enforcing Clear Safety Policies
SoloProtect’s North American Sales Director, Kevin Fielder, shares his view on the importance of building a safety culture within organizations, and how enforcing clear safety policies can improve employee safety.
Hospitality Sector Waking up to Lone Worker Risk
Long overdue, US laws requiring hotels to equip their housekeepers with panic buttons and to track accused guests start to catch on.
Anything but a Typical Day at the Office
When workplace violence strikes in the emergency room, Harrington Hospital and the state take action.
New Year, More Informed You
Nothing marks a new year like the swathes of New Year's resolutions; so, how can you actually bring about much-needed change in your life?
Staying Safe During this Festive Season
December is a magical time, and there is much to appreciate during the holiday season. However, this time of year also brings with it an increased chance of risk.
How to Reduce Worker & Employer Risks in Healthcare
Do you work for an organization that employs lone workers in the healthcare industry? Are employees required to travel off-site to care for patients? Are they potentially at risk of injury, accidents, or abuse?
Stay Safe on Black Friday
This time of year will test your limits as a retailer to make critical profits, maintain happy customers, and keep employees safe. To balance this is challenging. Despite the high pressure, safety simply cannot afford to be overlooked.
Last week at SoloProtect, our UK office had their annual recertification audit for Cyber Essentials Plus, and on the back of passing an NSI Alarm Receiving Centre audit last month, I'm pleased to announce we successfully passed.
All the Leaves are Brown?
The weather's changing so it's time to start thinking differently about the way we dynamically assess our working environment.
What if Your Lone Worker Solution Isn't Getting Used?
What to consider when looking at a safety solution and how to get workers to use it.