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Occupational Health & Wellbeing Plus

Wellbeing apps and mindfulness sessions are often among organisations’ list of employee benefits, and companies have been drawn in by them under the belief that they would improve the lives of their staff. But as new research shows – this isn’t entirely true. … Read More

HRnews

With new reports revealing that the lone worker device market is expected to grow “exponentially” over the next five years, Richard Bedworth, a VP Sales at StaySafe, one of the world’s leading lone worker apps, has reiterated that just because employees are out of sight, it doesn’t mean they are out of mind. … Read More

The Retail Bulletin

Workplace safety expert says it’s time to give employees the power to decide. Mindfulness, mental health days and yoga classes are often cited as key workplace benefits, with companies hailing these as game-changing for their workers. … Read More

IFA Magazine

Mental health is the biggest cause of absence: why it needs to be core to businesses in 2024. With workplace absences up year on year, Richard Bedworth, is urging employers to make wellbeing a core focus in 2024 to address the alarming increase in sick days amongst employees. … Read More

Facilitate Magazine

Extra efforts need to be put into updating work safety as the needs of and the diversity of the workforce change, according to data. For example, there have been several reports over the past few years of older workers entering or staying within the workforce, so their needs must be considered more closely. … Read More

HSE People

UK has 5 Million Hidden Lone Workers. New research shows that 64% of UK employees who regularly work without close contact or supervision would not consider themselves a lone worker, therefore putting their safety at significant risk. … Read More

The Mirror

Eight of the most remote and beautiful but brutal jobs if you want to leave it all behind. Since the coronavirus pandemic arrived in the UK, a far higher chunk of the population are working remotely than ever before. … Read More

HRnews

Workplace safety solutions provider, StaySafe has partnered with what3words, to provide the location of their lone workers in an emergency to help identify their location faster. Thames Water also adopted the geocoding system, a mobile app which police have urged everyone to download. … Read More

HSM Health & Safety Matters

DIGITAL HEALTH and safety specialist EcoOnline has acquired StaySafe, a leading provider of cloud-based monitoring solutions that ensures workers in remote or risky environments have twenty-four-seven protection, expanding and strengthening its comprehensive suite of EHS SaaS Solutions. … Read More

The Business Magazine

Portsmouth City Council is offering women a tracking app called StaySafe Lone Worker. Non-profit organisation Shaping Portsmouth is working with Portsmouth City Council to offer free licences to nightclubs and restaurants for an app called StaySafe Lone Worker.  … Read More

PR News Blog

The majority of companies (68%) have experienced an incident involving a lone worker in the past three years, with a fifth of these incidents described as severe or very severe, according to research from lone worker solution, StaySafe. In addition, nearly a quarter of staff feel unsafe at least once a year.  … Read More

SHP Online

Workplace safety solutions provider, StaySafe has partnered with what3words, to provide the location of their lone workers in an emergency to help identify their location faster. Thames Water also adopted the geocoding system, a mobile app which police have urged everyone to download. … Read More