Health & Safety Executive to Fac...

Welcome to our Industry Insight blog series inspired by articles and comment on the web. In this blog, we focus on the potential impact of further budget cuts to the Health & Safety Executive.   The Health & Safety Executive’s 2016/17 Business Plan reveals that the organisation is due for further business cuts; part of an ongoing […]

The Benefits of Remote Working For Bo...

Welcome to our Industry Insight blog series inspired by articles and comment on the web. In this blog, we take a look at the benefits of remote working for both staff and companies.   Lone Working has been on the increase for several years as organisations reach out to clients and minimises the need for […]

IFSEC; Updates to BS8484 & the L...

Welcome to our Industry Insight blog series inspired by articles and comment on the web. In this blog, Lookout Call’s Brian Caddy examines the recent amendments to British Standard BS8484 and the Level 1 Police Response to emergencies.   This year Lookout Call Product Manager and Lone Working Expert Brian Caddy attended the 3 day IFSEC […]

How to Ensure A Successful Lone Worke...

User Adoption: One of the biggest challenges to a successful deployment Like all projects poor user uptake can derail a lone worker system, and technical solutions bring with them the added element of ‘techno-fear’. Companies know they need a system in place to protect remote workers , even more so now the new Health & […]

Lone worker safety specialist Lookout...

Cambridge-based lone worker system provider Lookout Call has launched a UK-wide campaign aimed at helping clients stave off the effects of shrinking budgets. The firm believes as concerns mount over cuts across the public and charity sectors, NHS and police it is perfectly placed to offer significant savings for coverage which also meets employers’ duty […]