Remote working brings risk
It’s not uncommon for social and community workers to be exposed to increased risk while working in and around private property. There are many examples of remote workers, such as animal control, maternal child health nursing and building and town planning facing hostile occupants.
This can result in injury and trauma to the remote worker.
It’s important that the employer organisation considers the safety of remote staff in any security and risk strategy for the business.
RiskDynamyx® has a unique approach to property risk management. It can track and report the risk profile of any property in Australia. All in real-time.
This means that staff working remotely have all the incident history associated with a property address, via any device, before they attend the property.
As the risk profile of the property changes, staff have up-to-date information and complete incident history of any address available to them. They can now enter and work in any property, properly prepared and with complete visibility of the risks they may be exposed to.
The value of visibility
Put the risk on us
When you subscribe to RiskDynamyx®, it’s like having the A team in your pocket, literally, via any device. You and your remote team will have access to data driven intelligence that allows you to predict and prevent. Now, surely that’s a better way to operate?
We meet the highest standards.
We undertake reviews in accordance with the following standards:
- Security Risk Management Toolbox – Independent Schools Victoria
- ISO 31000 Risk Management Standards Australia HB 167: 2006 Security Risk Management
- Australian Standards AS 4421 – Guards and Patrols
- Australian Standards AS 3745 – Building Evacuation
- AS/NZS 2201.1:2007 Intruder Alarm Systems – Client’s Premises-Design, Installation, Commissioning and Maintenance
- AS 2201.2-2004 Intruder Alarm Systems – Monitoring Centres
- AS 2201.3-1991 Intruder Alarm Systems – Detection Devices for Internal Use
- AS/NNZS 2201.5:2008 Intruder Alarm Systems – Alarm Transmission Systems
- AS/NZS 3000:2007 Wiring Rules