Case Studies

Peoplesafe is already supporting more than 170,000 lone and at-risk workers across both public and private sectors. Read our case studies to find out more about how we have helped employers to fulfil their duty of care and keep their staff safe:

Sector
SRL Traffic Systems provide a responsive service to customers 24 hours a day, 365 days a year and needed a personal safety service that was operational around the clock.
SRL Traffic Systems
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust (ESHT) has been working over the last year to introduce a new solution to protect their higher risk lone working groups.
East Sussex Healthcare NHS Trust
Merseyside Fire & Rescue have implemented Peoplesafe Alert to mobilise their workforce and achieve a 100% critical message open rate in under a minute.
Merseyside Fire & Rescue
A building society has chosen Peoplesafe Alert to deliver emergency communications, ensuring they always stay operational.
Building Society
The Calico Group supports some of the most vulnerable people in our society, so they chose to implement Peoplesafe to keep their employees safe whilst working alone.
The Calico Group
Capita Local Public Services (LPS) delivers varied services to local councils. To protect staff across all departments, the MySOS device was chosen.
Capita LPS
Many Council workers operate alone or out of sight of others, and with so many unique risks, the council needed a solution that would work for all employees.
Royal Borough of Kensington & Chelsea
Respond Housing's resident support workers frequently visit residents on a 1-1 basis, and therefore travel alone. To increase protection, Respond introduced Peoplesafe.
Respond Housing
Many Railway staff work in remote areas and with dangerous machinery, while sometimes working alone. In order to protect staff LNER implemented the MySOS device.
London North Eastern Railway
ForViva employs staff in a variety of roles, from caretakers to court officers. Many of these employees work with the public, putting their personal safety at risk.
ForViva
CNWL staff face a large and diverse range of risks. Having already worked with over 100 NHS Trusts across the UK, Peoplesafe was the perfect solution.
Central and North West London NHS Foundation Trust
Much of the work performed by Trivallis involves employees working alone in tenants’ homes. Without immediate help at hand, staff are exposed to greater levels of risk.
Trivallis
Orbit employees serve some of the most vulnerable people in the community, through providing sheltered and supported housing as well as a range of specialist services.
Orbit Housing
The majority of Interserve workers are female, and some on occasion work alone. To ensure that employee protection remains a priority, they implemented Peoplesafe.
Interserve Justice
Following on from two safety incidents, GUH launched mandatory IOSH training for all staff and decided to implement a personal safety system for those working alone.
Grand Union Housing
Radius employ a range of community-based staff, often carrying out work on their own and facing varying degrees of risk. To protect them, Radius implemented the MySOS.
Radius Housing
Muir Group has turned to Peoplesafe to help protect their front-line lone working staff, by issuing them each with a personal safety device, providing 24/7 backup.
Muir Group
Ringway Infrastructure is responsible for around 17,656km of road with over 1,000 employees facing a unique set of risks, from abuse to poor signal.
Ringway Infrastructure Services
Yorkshire Children's Trust frequently visit families in their homes to process requests. However, these employees often work alone, putting them at risk.
Yorkshire Children’s Trust
Estate agents for Persimmon Homes regularly work alone with members of the public, making them vulnerable to verbal and physical abuse.
Persimmon Homes
The Gregory Group has adopted Peoplesafe’s MySOS personal safety service to mitigate potential risk to their lone working delivery drivers.
Gregory Distribution
Peoplesafe provide Brent Council’s frontline lone working staff with 24-hour backup via the use of their ACPO accredited MySOS device.
Brent Council
Q Park reviewed their lone worker policy after one of their employees collapsed during a shift and could not raise an alarm, leading them to implement Peoplesafe.
Q Park
Gateway Family Services employees give one-to-one advice to vulnerable clients out in the community, often working alone or in client's homes.
Gateway Family Services
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council have issued Peoplesafe personal alarms to lone working staff, allowing them to access help if they are threatened or feel uncomfortable.
Southend-on-Sea Borough Council
RNIB have a large number of staff who visit people in their homes and the majority of these employees work alone, exposing them to a greater risk of accident and injury.
Royal National Institute of Blind People
Addiction NI has chosen Peoplesafe to protect volunteers and staff who often work alone, visiting the homes of vulnerable people.
Addiction NI
Sutton and East Surrey Water has entrusted Peoplesafe with protecting their lone workers, enhancing their safety whilst carrying out their day-to-day duties.
Sutton and East Surrey Water
DCHS has turned to Peoplesafe's discreet MySOS device to safeguard their community-based staff tasked with providing in-home services in high-risk areas.
Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust
Bon Secours Hospital Cork is one of the largest independent hospitals in Europe, meaning they needed a solution that could provide protection across a range of scenarios.
Bon Secours Hospital
With 62,000 miles of water and sewerage mains, and 700 treatment works to look after, workers at Yorkshire Water face a diverse number of potential hazards.
Yorkshire Water
Due to the sensitive nature of the work carried out, coupled with a lone working environment, Habinteg employees face increased risk without immediate backup at hand.
Habinteg Housing (Ulster)
Taylor Wimpey staff frequently work 1-1 with members of the public, so in order to protect staff, they chose to equip all workers with Peoplesafe's mobile safety devices.
Taylor Wimpey
The Wildlife Trust manages 3,300 hectares of land, across 125 individual locations. With this in mind, they chose Peoplesafe to help fulfil their Duty of Care to their staff.
The Wildlife Trusts
RDaSH minimised the risks faced by their staff through equipping them with Peoplesafe’s MySOS devices.
Rotherham Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust
Leading housing association Optivo have issued 200 MySOS personal safety devices across their community-based employees to protect them in vulnerable situation.
Optivo
In an effort to protect the safety of its staff, Harlow Council have issued Peoplesafe's personal alarms to its lone working employees, increasing their personal protection.
Harlow Council
Macmillan Cancer support employees and volunteers play a vital role in ensuring no one faces cancer alone, however, those working alone can face unsafe situations.
Macmillan Cancer Support
TalkTalk has turned to Peoplesafe to fulfil their duty of care and help protect their Field Engineers whilst working alone and during unsociable hours.
TalkTalk
Some Centrepoint staff are at increased risk while working alone, commuting to short stay hostels and other sites run by the charity.
Centrepoint
Peoplesafe has been chosen to protect RBLI staff delivering ‘front of house’ services within local communities, who are often at risk of attack or assault.
Royal British Legion Industries
In an effort to mitigate risks to their manufacturing staff, Weetabix have implemented Peoplesafe, protecting those working in secluded areas and surrounded by machinery.
Weetabix
Dairy Crest have employed the services of Peoplesafe to enable their lone working delivery drivers to raise the alarm 24/7, wherever they are.
Dairy Crest
Nurses often find themselves working through the night in isolated areas, therefore putting them at risk of assault, accident or injury.
St. David’s Hospice Care
Jet Aire Services are a drainage service provider who turned to Peoplesafe when they recognised that engineers are vulnerable to injuries and accidents when working.
Jet Aire Services
The Integrated Early Support Service at Cheshire West and Chester Council has turned to Peoplesafe to protect over 100 employees who carry out lone worker visits.
Cheshire West and Chester Council
Staff and volunteers working for MindWise regularly work with service users who experience mentally ill health, making it is particularly important for staff to be protected.
MindWise
After recognising the risks faced by their lone working employees, Secure Solutions have decided to equip staff with Peoplesafe’s personal safety service.
Secure Solutions Group
Sussex NHS Trust employ 4,750 staff in a number of roles, based both on and off-site, with many nurses and therapists working in the community.
Sussex NHS Foundation Trust
Rosebery HA chose Peoplesafe's MySOS device to protect front-line staff, including Repairs Operatives, Engineers and Customer Experience teams.
Rosebery Housing Association
Women’s Aid provide refuge and support services for women and children fleeing domestic abuse. However, there are significant risks presented to these staff members.
Women’s Aid in Northern Ireland
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service have chosen to protect their front-line workers with Peoplesafe's personal safety devices, offering 24/7 alarm monitoring.
Suffolk Fire and Rescue Service
After analysing levels of staff risk in a range of roles, Avant Homes decided to implement Peoplesafe’s MicroGuard to over 150 employees.
Avant Homes
To protect staff that work alone, visiting patients in their own homes, SWLSG NHS Trust turned to Peoplesafe's MySOS personal safety device.
South West London and St George’s Mental Health NHS Trust
Recent figures have shown that 1 in 10 nurses have been subjected to physical assault whilst visiting a patient’s home, so staff in these roles need to be protected.
Kingston Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
With staff working in highly hazardous areas, working alone or during unsociable hours, Suffolk County Council chose to protect their employees with Peoplesafe.
Suffolk County Council
Seven’s operations team carry out repairs and maintenance around the clock, meaning that engineers spend a lot of time on the road and visit properties in all circumstances.
Seven Asset Management
Guy's and St Thomas has turned to Peoplesafe to provide discreet and robust protection and accessories for its community-based staff.
Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust
Clear-flow employees often complete potentially dangerous work in areas with low mobile signal. With Peoplesafe, help is only a button away.
Clearflow
Manufacturer, Mackie’s of Scotland have issued their night-shift staff with Peoplesafe’s personal alarms to help mitigate risk whilst working alone with heavy machinery.
Mackie’s of Scotland
Employing 800 workers, the council are responsible for a number of services within the community. In order to protect its employees, they chose to implement Peoplesafe.
Meath County Council
High street retailer, Mattressman have issued Peoplesafe alarms to staff in all of their stores, giving employees peace of mind that there’s help on hand at the press of a button.
Mattressman
Cheshire East Council have trusted Peoplesafe's personal safety devices to protect those working in Parking Services since 2008.
Cheshire East Council
Council staff deliver a range of services, across a widely dispersed local community. Mindful of its safety obligations, this council implemented Peoplesafe.
Fermanagh and Omagh District Council
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