Within the next five years, IDC projects more than 75% percent of the workforce will be mobile, which could create significant challenges for security professionals. New ideas for employee safety and duty of care for remote employees and lone workers should be considered in the coming years. 

In this white paper, A Guide to Employee Safety in Today's Mobile World, Steven M. Crimando, Principal, Behavioral Science Applications, covers employee safety and duty of care for mobile workers. Specific topics covered include:

  • Duty of care for lone workers/mobile workers
  • Lone worker hazard vulnerability assessments
  • Risk reduction strategies and techniques
  • Emergency/crisis communications from field settings

A Guide to Employee Safety in Today's Mobile World

Steven M. Crimando, MA, BCETS, CHS-V is an internationally known consultant and educator specialized in the application of the behavioral sciences in homeland and private security, violence prevention, crisis management and disaster response. He is frequently called upon by law enforcement agencies, the media and the courts to provide insight on workplace, school and community violence prevention and response, including acts of extreme violence such as active shooter incidents.

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