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Free roadshow for flexible and safe working

Argyll : 08 October, 2007  (Company News)
Argyll and Orange to run series of roadshows to demonstrate how technology can provide a secure working environment for lone workers.
Argyll is joining forces with Orange Business Services in a series of road shows to demonstrate how technology can be harnessed to support flexible working practices. Designed to show how companies can utilise the latest technology to become more productive and keep employees safe and secure, Orange and Argyll, together with other partners, will be giving presentations and demonstrations of a range products to support mobile workers.

Free of charge, the Evolution at work events will be held at:.

- Glasgow Hilton Hotel on Thursday 18th October.
- Birmingham, National Motorcycle Museum on Tuesday 23rd October.
- London, Vinopolis on Thursday 25th October.
- Manchester, New Century House on Tuesday 30th October.

Attendees will have the opportunity to experience real life technology and solutions in action and discuss the technical and business issues that are changing the workplace. You will be able to receive practical advice and solutions to help you prepare your company for the future and the options available to help safeguard mobile employees.

The road shows are aimed at all business managers including local government, finance, transport, retail, estate agents, emergency services, facility management, security, health & safety and the NHS.

Commenting, Tom Morton, Managing Director of Argyll, said: "These road shows are an ideal opportunity for managers to find highly effective solutions for changes in the workplace. These include fulfilling health and safety requirements including the monitoring of lone workers who may be operating in remote areas or in hazardous situations. Delegates will leave the road shows better equipped to meet the legislative requirements relating to the health and safety of their lone worker employees".

Since its foundation in 1998, Argyll has become the leading UK market provider of technology solutions to support employers and their lone workers. The company offers a wide range of products and services which have been specifically designed to support lone workers through monitoring and managing their time at risk, and providing them with the means of summoning immediate assistance in an emergency situation.
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