4th April 2024

The UK’s lone working legislation explained

Lone workers are people who work on their own without “close or direct supervision.” This means that they are exposed to a higher level of risk, and the UK’s lone working legislation provides guidelines on employers’ responsibilities towards lone workers.
22nd March 2024

What is the purpose of body-worn cameras?

A body-worn camera is a compact wearable device that captures and transmits both sound and video information. This means that when the footage it captures is viewed, whether in real time or after the situation, there is strong evidence showing what occurred. In some environments, body-worn cameras can be integrated with CCTV and two way radios to trigger an emergency recording. The purpose of body-worn cameras varies slightly from sector to sector, so we’ll examine some examples to demonstrate its uses.
4th March 2024

Our guide to lone worker safety

Lone workers are people who cannot be seen or heard by colleagues or supervisors. While they work, there is no direct supervision. In addition to injuries or illness, lone workers can also fall victim to violence. It is estimated that there are between 123 and 205 assaults every day on lone workers. Lone worker safety is of concern, because nobody else is present to help them and other people are not aware of any crises they may encounter.
28th February 2024

Prioritising health and safety: the need for a proactive approach in today’s workplace

When it comes to health and safety in the workplace, being proactive is key. Rather than waiting for accidents to happen or hazards to arise, taking a proactive approach can help prevent injuries, protect employees, and create a safer work environment overall. In this blog post, we'll explore the importance of a proactive stance on health and safety, as well as discuss strategies for identifying and addressing potential risks before they escalate.
16th February 2024

Our brief guide to construction site safety

In this brief guide to construction site safety, we provide a broad outline of the basic principles of construction site safety and the important role that communication plays in it.
4th January 2024

How to support difficult evacuations with Rob Horton, Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service

To meet today’s challenges, fire and rescue services must evolve. Read how to support difficult evacuations with Rob Horton, Staffordshire Fire & Rescue Service in our blog post here.
10th December 2023

Best practices and considerations for implementing a dispatcher system

Implementing dispatcher systems requires careful planning and consideration to ensure successful adoption and utilisation. This blog post provides best practices and considerations including: assessing current processes, setting clear objectives, involving key stakeholders, planning for training and support, and monitoring and evaluating performance.
17th November 2023

Are your voice communications and data safe from cyber attacks?

As the digital landscape continues to evolve with data applications and cloud-based solutions, organisations must prioritise the protection of their sensitive information from potential breaches. In the article we explain the different levels of encryption and how to protect your organisations two way radio and BBPTT systems against cyber attacks.
7th November 2023

A guide to streamlining operations and enhancing safety with dispatcher software

Is your organisation dealing with budget constraints, slow technology adoption, and outdated software systems? Are you struggling to address security incidents and effectively communicate across devices? In this blog post, we will discuss the advantages of dispatcher software with real-life examples of how it has helped organisations improve safety and productivity.