May 9, 2018 0

Why choose People Presence Management over Visitor Management?

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

There is an upward trend in companies shifting from spreadsheet or paper-based sign-in systems to visitor registration software. A digital log of site visitors is more secure and it makes it much easier to pull up live and historic site visitor reports. But before you take the plunge and decide on a product, have you…

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brivo + WhosOnLocation
May 9, 2018 0

WhosOnLocation + Brivo: Visitor registration meets access control

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

Our integration with Brivo (cloud access control) is one of our most powerful releases yet. With our features combined, WhosOnLocation can offer more advanced safety and security functionality to our people presence management application. In fact, it’s so good, we’re using it ourselves at WhosOnLocation HQ.   Signing in and out: Brivo Pass People who…

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March 19, 2018 0

GDPR: What you need to know

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

The General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be enforced on May 25 2018. The purpose of the GDPR is to: “…harmonize data privacy laws across Europe, to protect and empower all EU citizens’ data privacy and to reshape the way organizations across the region approach data privacy.” – eugdpr.org The maximum penalty for breaching GDPR…

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February 26, 2018 0

What businesses should learn from Hawaii’s emergency management incident

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

On January 13 2018, Hawaii Emergency Management Agency’s (HEMA) emergency response plan went entirely wrong. A notification, sent to all people on the island, urged people to find shelter as a ballistic missile was incoming. A major flaw in the emergency response system was then exposed: the agency had not prepared for a scenario in…

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Construction worker - site safety
December 18, 2017 0

The True Cost of Poor Hazard Awareness and On-Site Safety

Posted by:Alice Cresswell

In 2015, 4,836 workers died from work-related injuries or illnesses in the United States. A significant portion of those fatalities – 7.3%, or over 350 – were in the manufacturing industry (United States Department of Labor). Changes in health and safety legislation and practices have seen a huge reduction in work-related fatalities in the past…

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