GPS in the workplace: Perception, reality and getting employees on board

GPS tracking in the workplace can be used for a number of purposes such as mileage, auditing and of course safety monitoring. But when it comes to implementing GPS tracking, there are some common concerns. The most common being privacy, … Read More

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StaySafe provide protection across New Zealand with Red Wolf partnership

Red Wolf Security Group, who provide security and monitoring services to businesses across New Zealand, have added lone worker safety app StaySafe to their product portfolio. The move comes in order to meet the growing demand for lone worker safety … Read More

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Check-in calls vs. check-in technology

Manual check-in calls are one of the most common methods used to monitor the safety of employees who work alone. Check-in calls are commonly scheduled at timed intervals throughout the day or before and after entering a work site. While … Read More

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58% of workers are unaware of basic health and safety rules

A nationwide poll has revealed a worrying lack of health and safety knowledge, with 58% of workers admitting they did not know the basic health and safety rules of their workplace, and 33% thinking their workplace did not have any … Read More

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Ground Control use StaySafe to manage lone workers during Storm Doris

On Thursday 23rd February storm Doris rolled across the UK, knocking down trees, damaging buildings, sweeping up debris and knocking out power supplies. With gale force winds of up to 95mph, many faced disruption as trees blocked rail lines and … Read More

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Lone worker attacked in takeaway altercation

A UK employee was attacked earlier last month as he worked alone in an Eat & Go takeaway restaurant. Sean Nixon was working an evening shift in the restaurant when two males entered the store and an argument broke out … Read More

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Health and safety legislation 2017: it’s time to bring your A-Game

The new Sentencing Guidelines for Health and Safety Legislation in the UK have been one of the most influential pieces of regulation in recent years. With February marking one year since its introduction, we take a look at the huge … Read More

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Assaults on NHS staff highest in 5 years

Statistics provided by NHS Protect have revealed that 70,555 NHS staff were assualted in 2015/16, the highest number of assaults in 5 years. That’s a shocking 200 assaults on doctors, nurses and other NHS staff in England every day. As well as … Read More

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StaySafe on TechTalk Radio

Earlier in the month, StaySafe’s COO Andy Natt, visited the TechTalk Radio Show to showcase the StaySafe solution. TechTalk was launched to showcase the very best in tech innovation. Each week they invite ‘tech heroes’ to the show to discuss … Read More

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GPS in the workplace: Perception, reality and getting employees on board

GPS tracking in the workplace can be used for a number of purposes such as mileage, auditing and of course safety monitoring. But when it comes to implementing GPS tracking, there are some common concerns. The most common being privacy, … Read More

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StaySafe shortlisted for OSPA Awards

We are delighted to announce that StaySafe have been shortlisted as a finalist in the Outstanding Security Equipment Manufacturer category of this years UK OSPAs. The Outstanding Security Performance Awards (OSPAs) recognise and reward companies and individuals across the security sector. … Read More

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