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Three new Everbridge White Papers available

Posted on 28th October 2017 at 09:16am

Everbridge, the internation company whose focus is on improving the way that organisations communicate and locate their people in critical situations, have released three new white papers. 

TERRORIST INCIDENTS: SOME BASIC SAFETY ADVICE

The risk of actually being involved in an incident is increasing in today's world. Being aware of our surroundings and knowing how to respond can help you to get out of harms way FASTER

Most people will never have the misfortune to be in the same locality at the same time as an incident However there are a few sensible precautions that you can take which may help you to come out of an incident without harm


Steve Swain retired as a Chief Superintendent in the Metropolitan Police Service in 2006 and since then has worked at Control Risks and as CEO of Security Innovation and Technology Consortium (SITC). His last post was Head of the Police International Counter-Terrorist Unit (PICTU), a national police and MI5 unit, with responsibility for designing counter-terrorist policing options for the UK.
 
 

LONE WORKER BEST PRACTICE FOR YOUR ORGANISATION

This whitepaper aims to explain what constitutes a lone worker, describe examples where lone workers may be at risk and offer suggestions how employers should manage their duty of care responsibilities.  
 
 Read the whitepaper for insight into
  • Lone worker best practice  
  • Laws around lone workers  
  • Communicating while workers are on the go
Lone worker well-being is becoming increasingly more important on the corporate agenda. Putting your workers at risk can have huge implications for the individual and the wider business. The only way to truly achieve employee safeguarding requires input from both the employee and management teams.
 
 

LONE WORKER SAFETY: 5 TIPS FOR EMPLOYERS AND EMPLOYEES

This whitepaper guide provides quick tips for employees and employees that will help create a safe, secure space, even when alone.   
 

Read the whitepaper for insight into

  • How to identify the risks  
  • Reach a resolution that suits all involved

Lone worker well-being is becoming increasingly more important on the corporate agenda. Putting your workers at risk can have huge implications for the individual and the wider business. The only way to truly achieve employee safeguarding requires input from both the employee and management teams.

 

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