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NHS Lone Worker Personal Safety Devices

Whilst we may not have a handle on the exact numbers of assaults on lone workers, it is widely recognised that this group of NHS staff face significantly higher risk than non-lone workers as they do not have the immediate support of colleagues or others nearby.

[Read the full NHS Lone Worker Personal Safety Devices article]
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Stay switched on. Whilst many people report that their attacker came from nowhere, is that really the case? If you are vigilant and aware of your surroundings then you're in a much better position to spot a possible threat before it escalates. Great Manchester Police have compiled some simple safety tips to help you be alert to possible threats to your personal safety. It only takes 60s to watch their video guide but hopefully you will never need to use your personal alarm if you stay switched on.

[Read the full Personal Safety Alarm article]
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Care workers personal attack alarm

Carrying a personal alarm is a convenient way to immediately improve your personal safety. Personal safety devices are designed to scare off the attacker before an attack or disorientate your attacker so you can use precious seconds to react. Whatever you choose it’s important you that you’re comfortable with your device and carry it with you

[Read the full Care Workers Personal Attack Alarms article]
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If your job means you are expected to work alone, this carries additional risk. To protect staff from harmful risks and to ensure their personal safety is of paramount importance. Raise awareness of the risks staff may face while lone working and give them the tools they need to minimise these risks.

[Read the full Personal Safety Awareness article]
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There is a legal guidance to encourage universities in the UK to investigate allegations of indecent assault or rape because believing that it is purely a police matter, could be breaking the law. Like public authorities, governing bodies have a legal obligation under the Human Rights Act and the Public Sector Equality Duty, to eliminate discrimination and harassment.

[Read the full Rape Alarms Recent Survey - Public Body Obligations article]
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