Health & Safety At Work Act
Protect Your Lone Workers
FREE GUIDE: Comply with the HASAWA – Protect Your Lone Workers
Culture is a word used frequently when it comes to discussing health and safety in the workplace but what does it actually mean?
In the context of health and safety, culture refers to the behaviour of a group of people who do things as ‘the norm’, or as second nature. These behaviours can only become ‘culture’ if lots of people display the same behaviour patterns, and share the same attitudes and values around safety.
The six steps in our guide should help you create and nurture a positive health and safety culture in your workplace. Enter a few details to access the guide.
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Things To Consider
Before committing to a new lone worker system, consider the following:
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Identifying the Lone Worker Risks
Lone working is defined by the Health and Safety Executive as those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision and your Duty of Care includes:
Lone Worker Legislation
It’s your legal and moral Duty of Care as an employer to take every reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of your lone workers and you are obligated to have measures in place to mitigate risks
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