Workplace Safety

Hygiene Screen for Safer Interactions from Checkpoint

To help rebuild consumer confidence, Checkpoint added a simple but highly effective hygiene screen to their innovative Safer Business solutions.

A Guide to Up-to-Date Information on the Pandemic 06-15

This week's update of the latest COVID-19 information to help you protect yourself and your family as well as aid LP organizations responding to the epidemic.
Reopening retail

ON-DEMAND: 5 Key Tasks for Reopening Safely and Managing Risk

This webinar provides best practices on how to address some of the specific issues around reopening locations and engaging with employees and customers.

Reentry Solutions for Businesses Preparing to Reopen after COVID-19

Vector Security Networks provides solutions to help ensure the safety, security, and wellness of employees, customers, and workspaces, while adhering to government regulations and...
Security guard with mask and gloves

The New Normal and How Security Will Adapt

COVID-19 impacts nearly every business that uses security services. Aside from adjusting how they operate day-to-day, many retailers face increased security risks of disturbances,...

FifthTheory Introduces Biosafety Assessment to Bolster COVID-19 Workplace Safety Strategies

The world is clearly facing an unprecedented challenge with the coronavirus pandemic crisis, including when it will be feasible to reopen economies across the...
Stressed retail worker

Stressed Workers and Security Events: Retailers Must Walk a Fine Line

Crises often bring out the best in people, but they also cause anxiety and frayed nerves. Even after retail returns to “normal,” there may be lingering personnel issues that managers will need to monitor.
Controltek PPEs

CONTROLTEK Offering Essential Business and PPE Supplies

Hand sanitizer, face masks, germ shields, and cleaning supplies specifically designed for POS and self-checkout terminals are available now from CONTROLTEK.

7-Eleven Donates 1 Million Masks to FEMA

7-Eleven has donated 1 million masks to FEMA to aid the medical community who are tirelessly battling the coronavirus pandemic.

Cluttered Aisles May Lift Sales, But Definitely Cause Injuries, Lawsuits, and Shrink

A recent class-action lawsuit accuses a major US retailer with purposely cluttering aisles to increase sales. That may or may not be true. Research does show that poor housekeeping invites theft and increases injuries to store employees and customers.
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