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 […]

Pembroke College, Cambridge; A Unique...

Case Study: Pembroke College, Cambridge   Organisation Profile: Pembroke College is one of the 31 constituent colleges which make up the University of Cambridge. The College was founded in 1374 and today is home to over 600 students, occupying a beautiful city-centre site as well as a range of locations around the city.   Unique […]

Are You Ready for New Health & S...

  Tuesday 3rd November saw the release of new guidelines from the Sentencing Council covering penalties for Health & Safety offences in the UK. Billed as “The most dramatic change ..since 1974” the new guidelines mark a robust stance towards Health & Safety violations The sentencing guidelines have been designed to provide a structured approach […]

Follow-Up; Accredited ARCs & the...

Our previous blog “A Quiet Earthquake; Changes to Lone Worker Guidelines” was well received and sparked considerable debate about the varying lone working standards and their implications for users. As a result we thought the issue required further discussion based on some of the comments we received from readers. Do you have a topic you […]