Rocksure Systems Limited. Registered in England and Wales: Company Registration number: 5292192.
Registered Office: Momentum House, Carrera Court, Church Lane, Dinnington, Sheffield, S25 2RG
The following glossary will help you familiarise yourself with some of the key terms and definitions used within lone worker safety.
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Public facing lone workers are those who meet and face the general public on a daily basis. This could be in various locations.
Fixed-site lone workers are those who work at a fixed location and often have little contact with other people.
Mobile lone workers don’t work in a fixed location and could be at risk from various elements including the public.
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Whether your lone workers are public facing, mobile or fixed site, you must help minimise their exposure to risk.
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