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To prevent such incidents and make retail employees feel safer in the workplace, CPP advises they arm themselves with personal alarms. These come in convenient sizes to be easily slipped in a pocket – they produce an ear-piercing sound as loud
Assistive technologies a reassurance for spinal cord injuries 07 November 2012 This Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Week 6th-11th November is a national campaign that focuses on rebuilding the lives of people with devastating spinal cord injuries.
March 2, 2012 When the New York Hotel Trades Council ratified a new contract for hotel workers last month, much of the media coverage focused on "panic buttons." Coming after the sexual assault allegations against former International Monetary Fund
The Sofitel Hotel and Pierre Hotels of New York have taken a decision to issue ‘panic buttons’ or ‘personal alarms’ to all the housekeepers of their hotels. The Manhattan hotel administration does not want a repeat of the
The effect of DSK. Waitress with alarm New York City hotel care about EMPLOYEES Seksafera with the head of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) DominiquiemStrauss-Kahn as the main character opens a new
Nafissatou Diallo, the Manhattan maid who accused Dominique Strauss-Kahn of sexually assaulting her, speaks during a media conference at the Christian Cultural Center in the Brooklyn borough of New York July 28, 2011. Hotels in New York City have
After all the drama that the UK streets saw last week, everything seems to have died down and returned to normal. Women everywhere are still clutching their bags, fearing for their goods. After all, whether there's kids smashing up a JD Sports, or
Inovonics is a leader in high-performance wireless sensor networks for commercial and life safety applications. In the wake of two high-profile alleged sexual assaults at New York City hotels, management officials are turning to innovative wireless
Traditionally, households with more than one phone connection require a technician to install a Mode 3' along with a new personal alarm, ensuring internet, fax and other phone calls are cut off the instant an alarm call for help is activated.
Elaine’s son also has a weight problem, making him too heavy to carry upstairs to the bedrooms...Tunstall installed an epilepsy sensor that is placed between his mattress and sheet, and a pager and personal alarm for Elaine. If Elaine’s son