Isle Systems Swift Blog - Incidents and Isolation for Solitary Workers
We recap on a recent series of posts about protecting against incidents and isolation in the workplace.
How to Buy a Lone Worker Monitoring and Alerting System -14 Questions
14 questions to ask your suppliers, to help you determine whose overall solution – what they provide, how they provide it and when – is the
Protecting Your Lone Workers - 7 Things to Think About
This post highlights 7 key areas to focus on when it comes to protecting your lone workers.
Isle Systems Swift Blog - Lone Worker Protection from Manual to Automated
We've written a 6-post blog series covering everything you wanted to know about manual approaches to lone worker protection
Catch our Partner ANT Telecom at the Lone Worker Safety Expo in London
Our UK partner ANT Telecom will be exhibiting the Isle Systems range of solutions at the October 2018 Lone Worker Safety Expo Conference and
The Surprising Benefit of Upgrading Your Manual Lone Worker Protection
We look at the surprising benefit of upgrading processes from manual to automated, thanks to the leveraging power of technology.
The Protection Risk of Incidents, not Accidents
In this post we look at the often overlooked area of incidents in the workplace, and make a distinction between their much less common cousi
Isle Systems Swift Blog - Case Studies in Monitoring, Alerting and Communications
Here’s the short hand on 4 recent Isle Systems case studies. 4 different situations, 4 different industries. Protecting dispersed road crews and depots with one system - Looking for proactive protection for workers in high-risk occupations - 70 users and 1 centralised system for monitoring, alerting and communications - Protected, compliant lone worker operations now drive major productivity gains Read the full blog post here. Consolidating several alarm and alert systems int
Why Manual Processes to Protect Lone Working Aren't Working
In this post we explore what the implications of the 5 problems are on the company that takes the manual approach.
The Problems with Manual Processes for Lone Working
Almost all companies have in place some kind of process to make sure they operate – and can demonstrate – a duty of care to their staff, especially their lone workers, to make sure they don’t fall foul of health and safety regulations. For a good majority of companies, these processes are manual, both on the monitoring side and the alerting and communications side, involving paper and people. In this third post in a series on manual processes for lone worker protection, we lo