April 20 | 2017

10 Reasons You Should Be Talking About Taxi/Uber Driver Safety Tips

The taxicab business is a very different one from most occupations, and there is a very real and high risk of personal danger. The last report on workplace violence and homicide places taxi drivers in the unenviable spot of most dangerous occupation in North America at the present time. 1. Check all emergency equipment at the start of your shift Each day when you start your shift, the first thing…

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March 30 | 2017

CHECKMATE Never Alone We’ve Got Your Back, Even When You’re ...

When you are walking down a street after dark – sometimes you want to know someone’s got your back. CHECKMATE Never Alone helps you feel safe and give your friends and family peace of mind. CHECKMATE Never Alone is a personal safety app that lets you share your location with loved ones in everyday situations and when emergencies arise. Here’s how CHECKMATE Never Alone works: Once you install the app, enter your contact information and your alert contacts and setup is complete. CHECKMATE Never Alone ensures immediate emergency response should…

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March 20 | 2017

CHECKMATE SOS – Who Needs One?

CheckMate SOS is a mobile medical alert pendant that lets you send an immediate alarm in times of an emergency. Most buyers purchase CHECKMATE SOS for seniors and aging parents who live alone, so that they can get help quickly if needed. That person might be at a heightened risk for falls because of poor eyesight or if illness strikes quickly. Checkmate SOS can also be useful in non-emergency situations where the user doesn’t need an ambulance but does need someone to come to their aid. Our Emergency Monitoring Centre will…

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March 13 | 2017

Realtor Safety with Clients

Realtors face many safety concerns just doing their day-to-day jobs – including meeting unknown clients one-on-one at property showings.   As a real estate professional, you put yourself at risk every day — you just might not realize it. Meeting new clients, showing properties, holding open houses, letting strangers get into your car, and even your marketing may be jeopardizing your personal safety. Such everyday tasks seem harmless, but as some real estate professionals have learned the hard way, these situations can expose you to danger. Here are eight Safety…

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