Staff Protection In The Public Sector
Some public sector organisations need to offer staff additional protection in the workplace and a back up of help, if conflict should occur. These tend to be those organisations and institutons whose work invariably brings staff into contact with potentially harmful individuals.
Staff protection explained
There are a number of measures an organisations can put in place to safeguard employees safety in the course of their work and give them added protection – for example:
- panic buttons for reception staff
- pagers and/or tracking systems for employees who work with statemented patients or individuals known for anti-social behaviour or criminal activity.
Each gives the member of staff an opportunity to call for help or for their safety to be monitored in a given situation. It also reassures them that you take their welfare and security seriously.
Staff protection and Absolute Security
In finding the right solution for your people and their protection, we will spend time assessing the nature of their work and the risks it poses. Like our other security solutions we have worked hard to gain the highest industry standard for staff protection systems, in that we are NSI NACOSS Gold approved advisers.