South Yorkshire based lone worker experts Peoplesafe unveiled their new branding at an industry exhibition last week.
Their makeover was showcased at the Safety and Health Expo at ExCeL in London, where the organisation, which is based in Dinnington, exhibited for the sixth time. A new logo has been rolled out across various marketing materials, with the rebrand representing the company’s in-depth approach to client service and support.
Pat McMahon, marketing manager at Peoplesafe, said: “Our new look reflects a more comprehensive approach to lone worker safety, which combines three key elements – training and consultancy; thorough implementation; and providing the right lone worker safety systems.
“The Safety and Health Expo was the perfect platform to launch our new identity, and we received great feedback from many of our industry peers.”
Peoplesafe were joined at the Expo by a trio of guest speakers, who shared their experiences of implementing safety solutions for their lone workers.
Chris Lunn, head of health, safety and quality at South East Water; Denise Williams, head of housing operations at Blackpool Coastal Housing; and Sarah Haigh, quality, health, safety and environment manager at e.surv Chartered Surveyors, spoke about their experiences of implementing lone worker safety systems with Peoplesafe. They also shared their own advice on developing health and safety strategies and achieving the buy-in of employees and senior management alike.
Based in South Yorkshire, Peoplesafe are one of the UK’s leading providers of simple and lightweight equipment, monitoring services and safety training, aimed at keeping employees as safe as possible.
They provide an NSI Gold accredited service, which is the highest possible industry recognition. The service is fully compliant with the British Standard for lone worker provision (BS8484).