5 Common Mistakes When Choosing Lone Worker Safety Equipment .

Emergencies can happen any time without warning. Whether lone workers are employed at universities, churches, cinemas, Westfield, construction sites or elsewhere, the sudden arrival of danger can cause bodily harm, even death if lone workers are not…

What To Do After A Serious Slip Or Fall.

Serious slips or falls can be extremely deadly. As well as muscular and skeletal damage, they can lead to ongoing health problems, particularly in the elderly, for whom falling down is a major risk. Indeed, an Australian…

A Guide To Personal Duress Alarms In Aged Care.

The aged care sector contains many risk factors which call for the use of personal duress alarms. Both patients and aged care workers may experience any number of common risks in their day-to-day routine and the best…

5 Safety Tips For Lone Workers.

Working alone can result in the presence of risks that would not be present in any other situation. Equipping your lone workers with lone worker safety devices is a sure-fire step in the direction of safe practice,…

Four Priorities Which Keep Lone Workers Safe.

According to research in the United States, putting in the effort to keep lone workers safe can offer returns of as much as $6 for every $1 invested. The savings are produced as lives are preserved in…

Why discreet operation for duress alarms can be important.

So, you’re in a duress situation with an angry person and you’re concerned that pressing the button will further exacerbate the situation if the button makes a sound. Or worse still, that the person receiving the alarm…