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29 March 2017

Situations when the Safe Haven App could save your life

One of the great advantages of the Safe Haven App is that no matter where you are, or what situation you are in, you can use it to ensure your safety. For those times when something doesn’t seem quite right, or you feel uncomfortable, the Safe Haven app is standing by if your security is threatened.

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14 March 2017

Staying safe on social media

When online we often take our safety for granted. However, our social media accounts can provide a great deal of identifying information about us, including our location, workplace, and areas we often like to visit. Here are a few important tips on keeping your information private across the most popular social media apps.

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24 November 2016

Safe Haven | Top 10 young startups to watch | Australian Financial Review

First Channel Nine, and now, the Australia Financial Review, is taking notice of Safe Haven. On November 15th, Threat Protect’s Safe Haven App was listed by the Australian Financial Review as among the top 10 Australian apps to watch.

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05 April 2016

Road rage can be a problem we all face when driving.

Road rage can be a problem we all face when driving. A very small altercation and be quickly inflamed when people are behind the wheel of a car. Follow these key tips :

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30 March 2016

Predicting aggressive behaviour

Almost without exception aggressive behaviour can be predicted or at the very least the risk profile of an individual can be gauged by looking at their behaviour, background or circumstances. We have been advising clients for many years now during which we emphasise that “predicting” aggressive behaviour is your best line of defence. Below is Safe Haven’s list of 15 indicators that predict aggressive behaviour :

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22 March 2016

Keeping safe - behavioural cues and warning signs of potential aggression

Being aware of your surroundings and the behaviour of individuals around you is your best form of personal protection. Following is a list of 12 key behavioural cues to be on the look-out for :

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10 March 2016

Maximising your safety on public transport - key tips

Whether youre heading out, going to work, or making your way home at night, youll feel more secure if you take the time to plan for potentially threatening situations. These rules of thumb will help you stay safe while youre on the move.

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13 February 2016

Managing your personal safety when you are out of the home

Managing your personal safety when you are out of the home. Safety when you are out and about is becoming of more and more concern to people.

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04 February 2016

Everyone should feel safe in their home - being prepared and aware is key

It is said that your home should be your haven away from the world. A place where you feel relaxed and comfortable. A place where you and your family safe. From time to time, in the world that we live in, that safety of the home may come under threat. Being prepared and aware is the best way to protect yourself from a potential threat.

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31 January 2016

Going out? Key safe drinking tips

You are more vulnerable to violence and accidents when you’ve had too much to drink. Alcohol affects everybody differently so get to know your personal limits and stick to them. Save yourself from regrets, and remember that how much you drink is up to you drink within your limits .

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