Support after an incident is important!

Having spent a full day supporting a lovely woman to regain her self confidence after she was verbally abused and threatened by a client, I feel compelled to send out a plea to managers. The person involved in the incident has given permission for me to talk about it, but for obvious reasons I need to be a little vague …

SHExpo 2017 Lone Worker Theatre

Well what a week that was… Last week whilst Adi was busy delivering Stress Management courses in Berkshire, Nicole and Kristen were at the Safety and Health Expo in London, chairing and speaking at the Lone Worker Theatre. They had an amazing three days meeting and talking to lots of people who share our concerns about lone and vulnerable workers. …

Oris Retail Risk Forum Drama Workshop

Chessington World of  Adventures is a curious place to hold a two day conference…but on the 16th & 17th June Oris Forums held their Annual Retail Risk Forum there and it was  great success! We were pleased to be invited to get involved and deliver a session on Lone Working. Nicole gave an insight into why retailers should look specifically …

Lone Worker Safety Expo

28th March sees the Lone Worker Safety Expo return to Olympia once again. This year, not only are we exhibiting and Nicole is speaking, but we are also helping to host the event. We are really proud to be involved in such a great event, which is targeted purely for Lone Workers and their managers. The event brings together experts …

Happy 60th Birthday to BSC

The British Safety Council is 60 years old and this month Safety Management magazine celebrates with a special edition. Nicole was asked to contribute to the magazine with an article about Lone Working and the risks Lone Workers face. She collaborated with one of our favourite clients Crest Nicholson and worked with Martyn Price their Group Health, Safety and Environmental …

Working in the depths of the West Country

Last week we were working in the depths of the West Country and it made us realise what a different pace of life it is. Days in London feel vibrant, culturally exciting, but also full of haste and speed. Days in Devon feel like a cream tea, punctuated with lungfuls of fresh sea breezes, but it’s not a case of …