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Modern Workforce Security

Almost half of all workers will be mobile employees by the year 2022. Security officers, fixed cameras, and locked doors can’t protect these workers who are increasingly away from the office. Ensuring the safety of today’s workforce requires enhanced situational awareness and the ability to locate and communicate with all employees. Out of sight doesn’t mean out of mind. Organisations must redefine the duty of care and take steps to ensure safety for people who work alone. 

Traveling Employee Safety

Whether an employee is working at their desk or visiting a client in a foreign country, organisations have a duty of care for their safety. Pre-trip briefings, real-time intelligence and reliable two-way communication can help keep traveling employees safe — helping them avoid unnecessary risks and warning them if they are approaching potentially dangerous situations.

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Duty of Care

BY 2020, IDC PREDICTS THAT 72% of workers will be mobile in some way, shape, or form. This means that we have workforces that are more vulnerable than ever to global travel, security and safety risks. Businesses, executives and security professionals have a “Duty of Care” to uphold to keep their people safe. The more location data sources that you can bring together, the more likely you will be able to improve the accuracy of determining ‘who is where?’ as you try to build employee lists for mustering, duty of care outreach and personal assistance. 

Lone Worker Safety

Mobile phones are a lifeline for employees working in isolated situations with no colleagues or supervision. Location tracking, automatic check-ins and a dedicated S.O.S. panic button can minimise the hazards lone workers are exposed to on a regular basis. It’s important for employers to utilise technology to quickly find and communicate with their lone workers at all times, regardless of where they are in the world.

Campus Safety

Traditional security technology has not kept pace with the evolution of the four-walled office to multi-structure, open-space concepts. Unifying access control systems, wireless access points, scheduling systems and emergency communication systems helps identify who is on campus, where they are and enables location-based notification and alerting.

“Leveraging Everbridge, this team knows how to respond in a weather emergency, electrical outages and violent intruder situation events occur and can end quickly, so from a facility standpoint, our goal is to get employees out of the building.”

Albert Patin, Daktronics

The Power of the Critical Event Management Platform

  • Dynamic Locations

    Locate people using aggregated data from multiple sources like travel itineraries, access control and badging systems to rapidly determine who is in or going to a risk zone

  • Two-Way Communications

    Send information and instructions to employees and receive confirmation that they are safe while amassing field intelligence

  • Faster Response

    Deploy pre-populated templates to initiate worker communication in seconds

  • Mobile SOS

    Provide a mobile alert button that employees can activate to send messages and video to your security center if they feel threatened

  • Lone Worker Safety

    Establish “safe corridors” and automated check-ins to ensure employee safety

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    100+ Threats Sources

    Aggregate over 100 threat data types to quickly and completely assess risks

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