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UK gross negligence manslaughter sentences set to significantly increase

Beginning at the start of November 2018, employers in England and Wales charged with gross negligence manslaughter will face much stricter punishments. This includes life in prison for the most serious cases. The guidelines come amongst claims that offenders are … Read More

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StaySafe app available on new Garmin inReach mini devices

Garmin inReach mini offers a smaller, lighter satellite communication device with 100% global coverage through Iridium’s satellite network. The new mini device offers much of the same functionality as the larger Garmin inReach, and provides all of the core functionality … Read More

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HSE stats reveal rise in workplace fatalities

HSE’s annual statistics released earlier this month, show that the number of fatal workplace injuries in the UK has risen by 9.  In the year ending March 2018, 144 lives were lost due to a workplace injury, while a further … Read More

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StaySafe launch new app to instantly locate staff during an incident

StaySafe have launched IncidentEye, an app that allows companies to quickly locate and monitor the safety of their staff in the event of a terror attack, natural disaster or other emergencies. The solution has been developed in response to the … Read More

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Renewable Energy company switch from buddy system to StaySafe

Leading renewable energy Company, BeBa Energy, have implemented the StaySafe app to protect their lone workers who operate remotely on Solar Farms. Working over a large worksite and facing a range of environmental risks, the company found that monitoring the … Read More

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Protecting Lone Workers from sexual harassment in the workplace

Last week, StaySafe attended the Health and Safety Expo at the London Excel, where we tuned in to some important talks regarding Lone Worker safety. Sexual harassment in the workplace can take many forms and is shockingly more common than … Read More

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Working in hot weather – tips to keeping safe

As temperatures rise across parts of the world, it is important that employees know how to keep themselves safe and healthy while working in the hot weather. What are the risks? Common risks associated with high temperatures include sunburn, dehydration, … Read More

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Terror in the workplace: When the worst happens, how do you know your people are safe?

Businesses are increasingly facing a growing number of large-scale incidents that can affect the well-being of their employees and the organisation’s ability to operate. In the aftermath of a terror attack or other disaster situation, the failure to prepare and … Read More

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How advancements in mobile technology are aiding lone worker safety

As technology is rapidly advancing, health and safety challenges are increasingly being solved with the assistance of smartphone apps. From providing quick information on the go to reliable monitoring, the ability for smartphones to harness new technologies allows businesses to … Read More

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Health & Safety fines 244% higher than cost of compliance

There are many reasons to invest in health and safety in the workplace. Employees are a valuable asset and not only do employers hold a moral responsibility to protect them, but it also makes good business sense. A safe work … Read More

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