To quickly get on firm ground after an earthquake
Jennifer, a Global Security Response Center (GSOC) operator, manages the consequences of an earthquake in Jakarta, using Safeture’s Security Overview. With the combination of information, location, and communication, Jennifer successfully ensures the safety of all people who were in the affected area.
Managing and tracking people during crisis response
A multinational emergency management corporation that specializes in providing crisis response services to various industries and governments. Their expertise and experience in crisis management were far-reaching, and they had a team of highly trained professionals who were ready to respond to any type of crisis, ranging from natural disasters to security breaches.
Evacuation from an active war zone
Falck Global Assistance and one of Safeture’s Nordic risk management partners supported an evacuation of 45 people in Mykolaiv, Ukraine.
From reactive to proactive emergency assistance
Read more about how to transition from reacting to emergency calls to proactively reaching out to people that could potentially need aid.
Partner Case – Falck Global Assistance
Safeture and Falck Global Assistance joined forces to work together on a customer proposal when a potential client expressed their needs for both services.
First-Rate Emergency Assistance
Use case describing the combined solution of a technical platform and emergency assistance and the synergy that comes from it.
How Safeture helped locate employees while Russia invaded Ukraine
When technology fails to locate, inform, or communicate with people on the ground during a crisis, speed to replace it is of the essence.
Returning to work
As Covid-19 restrictions are lifted, more and more companies are requiring that employees return to work – at least in some way. For example, some of the tech giants (Apple and others) announced that they require employees to return to the office a couple of days a week starting as early as September 2021. Yet, a lot of employees feel anxious about going back to in-person work.
Communicating when all systems are offline
How is this possible, you might ask? This horror scenario happened to one of our customers, a large European manufacturer. Thanks to having implemented Safeture Facilities, crucial information could still reach the employees.
How to make onboarding of employees silky smooth
We all know the difficulties of getting employees to sign in and use new systems and portals. At Safeture, we make it easy for our customers to onboard their employees, thanks to supporting Single Sign-On (SSO) and Mobile Device Management (MDM).
How to keep remote employees safe
The challenges that come with employees working from anywhere and the solutions that make it work like a dream.
Organizations often experience issues with getting databases and systems to talk to each other automatically and to ensure that all systems are up to date with the correct information.
Safeture’s HR integration solves the problem of keeping information up to date between HR databases and the employee safety platform.
Safeture and SPS Partnership
Safeture-Kunden können jetzt die Vorteile eines kompletten Managed Service nutzen.
Our strategic partnership with SPS provides clients using Safeture Platform with the option of including Safeture platform management, proactive monitoring, incident management, global security and medical evacuation and response, plus a virtual crisis room.
Streamlining risk intelligence for an Oil and Gas company
A multinational oil and gas organization was using multiple services from six providers to provide information on events near field assets, Travel booking data, Mass communication tools and business intelligence tools. On deploying Safeture the organization was able to reduce six contracts to two, with Safeture providing the platform integrating all travel data, plotting field assets and facilities, mass-communication to all employees and integration with a third party risk intelligence specialist provider. Fully deployed the Safeture solution provides instant notifications of incidents occurring near pipelines, platforms and traveler’s actual location. Previously the organizations GSOC would have to monitor six platforms and receive multiple alerts in multiple formats to aid travelers and to respond to incidents near assets.
Evacuation from Baghdad
Relying on fast, relevant, and accurate information from multiple sources when operating in high-risk areas.
Incident in Manila
Early warning of nearby grenade explosion.