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Practical advice on lone worker policy structure and presentation, with some bonus tips from a couple of our clients.
When completing a lone working risk assessment you should consider a range of hazards that a lone worker may face. Our handy checklist gives ten of them.
Sarah Ryan speaks to us about the implementation of lone worker devices and the roll-out of a new lone working policy.
If you want a quick reference on what to include in your lone working policy, then take a look at our lone worker policy checklist.
The key to a strong policy is to consider the potential risks that lone workers face, so you can offer best-practice guidance.
Is a lone working policy necessary, or are your lone workers covered by your organisation’s health and safety policy?
An effective lone working policy is one that’s adopted and widely used by lone workers. Here are three ways to improve yours…
Our step-by-step guide provides everything you need to know to create an effective lone working policy
Read our practical guide to BS8484 — the British Standard for the provision of lone worker safety device services.
Working alone isn’t against the law, but you are required to carry out a risk assessment. Here’s what you should include.