Lone Worker/College Student
A key component of worker safety is to watch out for one another.
However, lone work presents a fundamental challenge to watchfulness. How can someone watch a colleague’s back if that colleague is working alone and out of sight?
August 22, 2016
You've kept them safe from their first steps to their road tests, and now they're flying the coop and heading off to college. Your protective wing may not reach across town and state lines, but you can equip them with these dorm and campus personal safety products to help keep them (and their belongings) secure....
PERS are important for those at risk of falls or a stroke, as well as people with medical conditions that would necessitate a need such as amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), arthritis, balance disabilities, communication disabilities, deafness, hearing loss, multiple sclerosis, quadriplegia, seizures, speech disabilities and spinal cord injury (SCI).