Public sector organisations who have deployed Safe Hub
Government & education
Thousands of lobe workers
There are plenty of roles where the sector’s employees may find themselves working alone, remotely, or out of sight or earshot of colleagues. In schools, it may be maintenance and caretaking, or even teachers staying behind late to write a lesson plan. Staff at an elected representative’s constituency office may occasionally work alone preparing documents. And council workers providing frontline services may face risks from working alone with the public.
Safe Hub is here to support all such staff – whether lone working is a regular feature of their jobs, or a rare occurrence.
Public Sector G-Cloud 11
Lone Worker Solutions is an approved supplier to the public sector through the G-Cloud 11 digital services procurement framework. Safe Hub, our secure managed lone worker protection system, meets the standards required by public sector bodies and is already deployed across a number of UK councils.
Working for a borough council
Local council lone workers such as trading standards officers face a range of everyday risks. From travelling between appointments to dealing with potentially non-compliant clients, Safe Hub can mitigate those risks.
The emergency Red Alert links workers directly with our Alarm Receiving Centre (ARC), which can use GPS to identify the worker's location and direct emergency services straight there if needed. Workers also have access to Yellow Alert voice memo and Safe Check periodic welfare check, to cover a range of working scenarios.
Essex County Council
From trading standards officers to isolated librarians
As one of the UK's biggest local councils, Essex County Council (ECC) employs some 9,000 staff. ECC has established a risk-based health and safety profile for each lone working staff role. The highest-risk roles cover staff working directly with residents and businesses such as trading standards officers, social workers, park wardens, and even librarians in some of the county’s smaller facilities. ECC’s Health & Safety Board selected Safe Hub’s SOS Fob as their preferred personal safety device.
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