Managing lone workers within your organisation

Working alone is not against the law, however the law requires employers to carry out risk assessments and consolidate the roles and responsibilities of employers and employees with effective Health and Safety Policies.

An increasing challenge requiring attention are the health and safety risks for people working alone, with current figures showing there are nearly 6 million lone workers in the UK.   This whitepaper will aim to provide guidance on how to assess and then manage the safety of lone workers within your organisation. The guidance is intended for employers, with particular reference for managers, Health and Safety Teams and Human Resource departments.

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