The three layers of safeguarding

Safeguarding simply means to protect or secure. We have developed Manymore with the view that our tools will help make it easier to prevent and protect organizations from unwanted incidents and objectionable conditions that arise in daily work.

We call the service safeguarding-as-a-service.


The three layers of safeguarding
The three layers of safeguarding

When we developed Manymore, we based it on the fact that the prevention of unwanted incidents is based on three layers of safeguarding.

1. Checks and verification:

You must be sure that you are working with people who you know who they are or what kind of background they have. Control has to do with safety and security. Especially those who have to work with sensitive tasks that require extra trust. Or those who will carry out tasks for people who are more vulnerable than others: children and young people, the elderly, the disabled, patients and other vulnerable groups.

2. Training in internal routines and best practice

Training in routines and guidelines is the best way to prevent unwanted incidents. Through targeted training, the entire organisation will be able to know what to be aware of. What should be avoided and what should be done in given situations.

In this way, everyone in the organisation is enabled to respond correctly and act quickly should a situation arise.

3. Speak up culture & whistleblowing:

Everyone should have a voice - therefore you should have the opportunity to report incidents that do not belong in a workplace or in an organisation. You should be able to speak out without fear of reprisals, so you can also remain anonymous.


Together, these tools help to prevent unwanted incidents and protect everyone in and connected to the organisation from objectionable or illegal conditions. For the organisation, this means that we can prevent serious setbacks, major losses of reputation and turnover.

With Manymore, you get what we call safeguarding-as-a-service, where we automate and make it easy to reduce risk and strengthen work with control and prevention. The system is in accordance with the current privacy regulation and legislation, and takes care of the individual's rights when it comes to personal data.

Personal wallet protects the user's data

Each individual user on the platform gets their own private wallet, or a digital personal archive. Here we give control over the personal data back to the user himself. You can easily see who you share data with and eventually you will easily be able to organise yourself who should have access, including withdrawing consent to sharing with a click.