Biggest selling UK daily paper, The Sun, has written a feature on our parent company, Send For Help, about the increase in demand for its lone worker protection services.
The company appears in the paper’s City section from Business Editor, Tracey Boles. With a readership of 4 million people, the tabloid is one of the country’s best-loved newspapers.
Chief Executive, James Murray was quoted describing the advantages of implementing measures to protect employees that work alone and looking at the consequences of failing to do so.
Tech company Send For Help, which protects lone workers, has seen demand rise by 21 per cent in the past year.
The Epsom-based firm’s safety devices and apps offer direct links to police control rooms.
Clients include NHS trusts, pub chains and estate agents.
CEO James Murray said: “Our tech is cutting-edge, affordable and-easy to use.”
“Employers recognise the advantages of personnel protection when they look at the implications of legal costs and compensation if someone gets injured or assaulted and there were no steps in place to prevent that.”