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Debunking Common Workplace Safety Misconceptions

While businesses are becoming increasingly aware of best health and safety practice in the workplace, there still exists a number of misconceptions that prevent businesses from operating safely. We take a look at several of these common misconceptions and provide … Read More

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Minimise workplace aggression with training

Aggression in the workplace is something that many people come across day to day, one of the biggest sectors that is effected heavily by this is Healthcare. Aggression is a growing concern within the healthcare sector (Hahn et al, 2008) … Read More

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StaySafe & Proud2bSafe collaborate to support staff safety

Proud2bSafe was founded by Jason Anker MBE, who suffered a life changing accident at work when he was just 24. Proud2bSafe works with organisations as part of their health and safety initiatives to bring safety training to life though a … Read More

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Shields Environmental protect lone working telecoms staff

Telecoms supplier, Shields Environmental have switched from a manual check-in system to StaySafe’s easy to use app to ensure their staff are safe whilst they work and travel in the field. Shields Environmental provide services and equipment to the telecoms … Read More

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StaySafe receives updated British Standard BS8484:2016 accreditation

Following an independent audit by the National Security Inspectorate (NSI) Lone worker safety solution StaySafe has been approved for the provision of lone worker device services in accordance with the updated British Standard BS 8484:2016. BS8484: 2016 supersedes the original … Read More

UK Election 2017: Workplace safety

Political parties have recently released their manifestos ahead of the UK snap election being held on the 8th June. While Brexit, taxes and the NHS have dominated much of the debate, we take a look at what the Labour Party … Read More

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The rise of the lone worker app – is it time to make the switch?

Dedicated devices have been around for a long time and are a great way to offer personal protection to at risk employees. However, with the advancement of technology and availability of smartphones, safety apps can offer a new and efficient … Read More

1 in 6 wouldn't report workplace hazards

1 in 6 wouldn’t report a workplace hazard

A new survey published by Accident Advice Helpline, has revealed that hazards aren’t always being reported in the workplace. 1 in 6 said they would not report identified workplace hazards despite 25% admitting that they or someone they worked with … Read More

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In the news: Lone worker suffers fatal head injuries

Aer Lingus has been fined €250,000 following the death of an lone worker employee at Dublin Airport in 2014. The incident On 5th November, Cargo driver John Murray, was carrying out work unloading cargo at a warehouse. With access to … Read More