Everything is riskier when working in remote areas. A simple trip, slip or fall can have radically different consequences for someone working alone in a remote area compared to the same incident occurring to an office worker.
A term you may have heard, but not become familiar with yet is automated response, or virtual monitoring. These terms are very misleading and can easily give buyers an illusion of their true functionality. The term automated response or virtual monitoring simply refers to...
We put together this checklist of 7 things to consider before choosing your Journey Management™ technology and service partner.
In this article, we’ll share the recommended steps toward establishing a top-tier emergency response plan for vulnerable or at-risk employees at your organization.
There are three ways an employer can monitor their lone workers. This article will review each option to help you make an informed decision about which method is best for your organization. The most proactive lone worker solutions are rendered ineffective if the person or team monitoring the alerts misses a check-in or does not escalate properly.
For utility workers with a higher risk of violent confrontation, like servicemen, troublemen, meter readers, and anybody working alone, situational awareness is incredibly important. This article explores how situational awareness can help workers de-escalate volatile situations.
We interview HSE Director Eric Thompson to discuss best practices in safety and a new way to measure success. Click here to read more about where the future of safety metrics are going.
Part two of our two-part series with Stephanie Benay, a Global Top 10 Safety Influencer in 2020, and Chairperson of Women in Occupational Health & Safety Society who has two decades of expertise across Oil & Energy, Education, and Government sectors. We discuss actionable steps organizations can take to better identify star performers.
Part one of a two-part series with Stephanie Benay, a Global Top 10 Safety Influencer in 2020, and Chairperson of Women in Occupational Health & Safety Society who has two decades of expertise across Oil & Energy, Education, and Government sectors. In part one we discuss one critical career mistake many women often make, and what to do instead.