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Pick Protection03 June 2021Are you a public authority that’s looking for new ways to protect your staff, but worried about how that fits in with your digital transformation process? Are you concerned that a new system might slow your operations down or make the...
Pick Protection19 May 2021 As we continue to move out of lockdown yet again, employee safety in the workplace is at the forefront of everyone’s mind as we return to work. At Pick Protection, we’ve put together a checklist of considerations to ensure that your staff,...
The financial services sector has gone through an unprecedented period of change since the 2008 crash. From the eruption of FinTech, to Blockchain to increasing use of artificial intelligence, the financial services ecosystem is evolving at pace.
Lone workers come in many shapes and sizes, so when thinking about a ‘lone worker’ perhaps you think about a Social Worker or Housing Officer? You might not be picturing lawyers and solicitors, but those working in the legal profession face far more risk than people might expect.
The board of any firm has the legal right to ensure Health and Safety practices within their workplace. With the everchanging legal requirements, this blog discusses ways to create an effective policy.
Employers hold the main responsibility for protecting the health and safety of lone workers. After extensive research, we identified the 5 biggest risks to lone workers as follows: lack of training, lack of security, health risks, lack of resources and perceived culture.
Lone worker solutions are available to protect both staff and managers. This article highlights the ways in which the usage of these solutions can be increased.
This blog post looks into the rise in implanted employee microchips and the complications this brings.
With more employees working remotely than ever before, this article discusses the steps required to maintain efficiency and safety.
Here’s what employers should consider as employees return to work.
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