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What Iron Man needs is some Mango for online compliance…

Obadiah Stane was winning. The treacherous CEO of Stark Industries had built his own Iron Man suit and stolen Tony Stark’ s chest arc reactor.

“It’s no use, Tony. You can’t beat me. Once I kill you, I’ll have all the power I need. Who could challenge me? I’ll take out a few stadiums full of people to make the point, then the rest will do what I want,” Stane shouted, launching yet another laser beam at Tony’s battered old suit.

“JARVIS, can Pepper hear me?” Tony asked.

“I can!” Pepper shouted back.

“Switch on the building’s arc reactor,” Tony said.

“But it’s still experimental. It could blow up!” Pepper shouted.

“Please, Pepper, you heard him. He’ll attack stadiums full of people. We have to stop him at all costs.”

Pepper threw the switch and the arc reactor fizzed into life. The electricity flowed into Stane’s suit.

It was over.

Pepper ran to Tony and helped him up.

“That was close,” she said.

“Too close,” Tony agreed.

“Pepper, we have to protect people against these sort of threats. Maybe we could have a computerised system of Stark missiles or suits to help do that…”

Pepper shook her head. “What if that all went wrong and someone used it against us? What if the AI became hostile to humans?”

She sighed.

“I’m a big believer in applying some common sense to a problem, just like they are in the UK at the moment,” she said.

“They have a thing called Martyn’s Law which helps the owners of large venues like arenas and stadiums prepare for threats. It’s coming into law soon and it will mean venue owners have to have a plan to deal with these threats, train their staff properly, and ensure everyone can communicate effectively when there are large scale events.”

Tony grinned: “Still like the robots plan, Potts…”

Pepper sighed.

“Venue owners in the UK are working with health and safety specialists to get ready for the new law, and a lot of them are using an online compliance software to help manage the process. It’s called Mango.”

Tony shook his head: “Robots, Potts, robots! I was thinking. We could call it something cool like Ultron…”

Pepper sighed again.

“I give up! Well, I’m going to call my friends at Penarth Management to find out what Stark Industries UK has to do to comply. After all, we have our own arena and hotel there.”

Tony waived her away and walked to the computer interface.

“Go do what you gotta do, Potts! Now, JARVIS, let’s talk about this robot protection system…”


You can find out more about Martyn’s Law (the Terrorism (Protection of premises) Bill) here:

Find out how Mango’s online compliance software benefits your venue. Book a free demonstration which will be delivered via Zoom. We can help you achieve the ISOs you need, too. Call Penarth Management on 029 2070 3328 or email


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