Robb Monkman

Founder and CEO, of React Mobile Inc.

Robb Monkman Robb Monkman is the founder and CEO, of React Mobile Inc. A seasoned entrepreneur with experience launching multiple products, from idea to exit. Several years ago, Robb was the victim of an armed robbery and hostage situation that left a lasting impression on him. He soon learned that thousands of people every day were in situations where they desperately need help but could not make a call. He made it his mission to solve this problem, founding React Mobile to create a simple yet powerful personal safety platform that today is transforming the way people call for help in emergencies. React Mobile is making tomorrow a safer place and already helping people all over the world.
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10 Reasons Why Panic Buttons are a Must-Have Hotel Technology for 2021 and Beyond

With the sweeping implementation of new safety standards and legislations, hoteliers are quickly shifting focus towards employee protection. Recent world events have led to a notable development of a new employee safety culture in hotels and protecting those working alone in guestrooms or other remote areas who frequently find themselves in vulnerable, risk-oriented situations needs to take precedence.

Today’s New Employee Safety Culture is Benefitting Hotel Workers, Guests in Big Ways

A new safety culture has emerged in hospitality that places employee protection at the core of operations. Prior to the global pandemic, hoteliers were already rolling out employee safety devices (ESDs) per legislative mandates and commitments to industry programs like the American Hotel & Lodging Assn.

Episode 2: Hawaii Hotels Say 'Aloha' to Safety

In this episode, Robb Monkman chats with Ryan Doi, Corporate Director of Information Systems for Prince Resorts Hawaii ̶ the first hotel company to implement employee safety devices in the island state.

Episode 1: Understanding the New Employee Safety Culture

Episode 1 Summary:It’s a dangerous world. New threats are making it challenging to reduce risks facing hotel employees. Even with heightened cleaning standards and sanitizing technology, it may be difficult to lure frontline workers – especially housekeepers – back to work.

Staff Safety Risk Assessment: Assessing your Business for a Panic Button

The reality is that for far too long, the safety of hotel employees has been placed on the back burner. A passing consideration to follow the foremost priority: the guest experience. Yet, over time, the outcry of hospitality staff who have suffered injuries, abuse, emergencies, or harassment while performing their duties has been steadily on the rise.
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