The UK public sector includes a vast range departments and organisations with quite varied requirements for the protection of employees.
Our most recent case studies offer insights from several organisations across different sectors, with many of the challenges and experiences being shared.
Common public sector challenges:
- The legislative pressure and moral obligation to provide a duty of care for employees working in high-risk roles has led to a review of internal procedures for dealing with employee emergencies.
- Reported incidents reviewed fall into 3 basic categories – Illness, Accident and Aggression, with particular concern over staff working alone and in isolated rural areas.
- A proven, 'Secured by Design', Lone Worker Protection service, already in place within all Police Forces, Scottish Government, Defra, NHS and increasingly being adopted across the public sector, enhancing safe working practices for employees at risk of Accident, Illness or Aggression.
“In one particular incident, the combination of the TrackaPhone technology and the professional emergency response service, in my opinion, may have saved the life of one of our rural employees.
On another occasion we were able to locate an employee involved in a serious accident and get emergency help direct to their location”
Government Health & Safety Manager
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