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Isle Systems Swift Blog - Lone Worker Protection from Manual to Automated

July 26, 2018

 

Most companies fulfil their compliance obligation and their duty of care responsibilities to their lone workers with manual processes. We've written a 6-post blog series covering everything you wanted to know about manual approaches to lone worker protection: the processes, practices and pitfalls. All is not lost, however, since we also outline a path to automation that leads to safer staff, more affordability and greater productivity.

 

Manual approaches to lone worker protection - part I

 

A look at the monitoring approaches employed by the majority of companies.

 

Read the full post here.

 

Manual approaches to lone worker protection - part 2

 

How companies typically take care of the processes for alerting, responding and communicating.

 

Read the full post here.

 

The problems with manual processes for lone working

 

Five key aspects of manual processes that threaten the safety of your people and your business.

 

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Why manual approaches to protect lone working aren't working

 

Five main implications of not upgrading an organisation's manual processes.

 

Read the full post here.

 

How to remove the impact of manual processes for lone worker protection

 

How an automated process works and the associated benefits.

 

Read the full post here.

 

The surprising benefit of upgrading your manual lone worker protection

 

How automation increases your productivity on two levels.

 

Read the full post here.

 

Or, talk to us about the productive, affordable journey from manual to automated lone worker protection.

 

 

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