The Importance of Hotel Staff Safety Technology During and Post-Pandemic – By Robb Monkman, Founder and CEO of React Mobile

There is perhaps no greater fear than to find yourself in desperate need of help – but with no way to call for help. It is a concern that plagues countless individuals and industries, depending on the risks associated with any given job or position, but one which is felt notably by hospitality workers. A hotel room is not merely a place for guests to relax and unwind; it’s also an incredibly vulnerable environment for hospitality staff who often perform the duties of their job alone. Hotel workers are an especially vulnerable group.

Tribal Casinos Are Turning to Technology to Protect Employees – By Robb Monkman, Founder and CEO of React Mobile

Certain things in life can be a gamble, but what about personal safety? Or, in the case of casinos, what about the safety of staff? Of course, the answer seems obvious. Admittedly, the well-being of staff should never be left to chance or treated with the same whimsical probability so often applied to a friendly game of blackjack, right?

Employee Safety Technology Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated – Here’s Why – By Robb Monkman, Founder and CEO of React Mobile

Charles Darwin once said, 'It is not the strongest of the species that survives, nor the most intelligent that survives. It is the one that is most adaptable to change'. Change is the catalyst to continued growth and, in the case of hospitality, it’s often the determining factor which leads to ultimate success. Those hotels which readily adopt and leverage cutting-edge technology to enhance their operational framework, are sure to reap the rewards.

A Safer Future for Hospitality: A Hoteliers Guide to Hotel Safety Compliance in 2020 – By Robb Monkman, Founder and CEO of React Mobile

Around the world, hotels are learning to cope with change swiftly, reimagining their business with the help of modern platforms, collaborative technology partnerships, and informed processes. Amidst this period of technological reform, the American Hotel & Lodging Association (AHLA) had one, integral goal in mind: Transform hotel staff safety, for the better.

Why It’s Critical to Integrate Legionella into Crisis Management Programs – By Paul Frederick

Legionella can make people ill and has been linked to dozens of deaths. According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the Legionella bacteria, normally found in fresh water such as lakes and streams, can infiltrate water systems and colonize in showerheads, sinks, water heaters, cooling towers and even fountains if they are not treated properly.