Lone Working Policy

Webinar: Perfecting Your Lone Working Policy: An Essential Guide to Safety and Success

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Pre-pandemic, there were an estimated 8 million lone workers in the UK (22% of the working population). Fast forward to the present, there has been an unprecedented surge in remote working so it’s expected that the current count is now much higher.

Therefore, as a prominent provider of lone worker safety solutions in the UK, it’s unsurprising that SoloProtect has seen a large increase in the number of organisations reaching out for advice on creating or updating their Lone Working Policies to ensure the safety and wellbeing of their colleagues.

This webinar will discuss the importance of having a comprehensive Lone Working Policy and the practical side of what it should cover. You’ll also take away some practical ideas and resources to ensure your lone workers are protected from risk.

When you attend this webinar, you will:

• Gain a better understanding of what a Lone Working Policy is and whether you need one in your organisation.
• Understand how to write a Lone Working Policy and what should be included.
• Learn about the benefits of having a Lone Working Policy and how it can help embed a positive culture of safety and wellbeing throughout your organisation.
• Gain “on the ground” insight from Suzy Lamplugh Trust, covering real lone worker safety issues and practical solutions.
• Hear about Roadchef’s proactive and hands-on approach to keeping lone workers safe.
• Get access to an example Lone Working Policy and a Lone Worker Risk Assessment template.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity to elevate your approach to Lone Working Policies and reap the benefits of enhanced safety and success.

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Steve Hough

Managing Director, SoloProtect

Steve joined SoloProtect in 2016 as Operations Director, marking the beginning of a transformative chapter for the business. After a few years of meticulously enhancing business operations and improving customer experiences, he has since been promoted to Managing Director and become a knowledgeable figurehead in the lone worker safety industry.

Drawing on two decades of expertise at RAC and VW Group, he brings a steadfast commitment to driving exceptional service and, as such, was pivotal in the development of a new range of innovative, touchscreen safety devices which were launched last year. The SoloProtect devices provide an enhanced, intuitive, user-friendly experience for lone workers which drives device usage and, therefore, optimal safety.

Steve is passionate about personal safety and strongly believes that everybody should be able to return home safely at the end of their working day. It’s this passion that means he continues to find better ways to support organisations across the UK, EU and US to reduce risk and safeguard their vulnerable workers.

Andy Green

Loss Prevention Manager, Roadchef

In 2013, Andy became part of the Roadchef team as the Loss Prevention Manager. With a background primarily in the police, Andy has a strong commitment to personal safety. Consequently, he has introduced multiple security measures to establish a safe and protected work environment, including the deployment of SoloProtect lone worker safety devices for heightened security. Furthermore, Andy is at the forefront of various safety endeavours within the company, such as readiness for Martyn’s Law (Protect Duty Legislation) and active involvement in the Ask for Angela campaign.

Saskia Garner

Head of Policy and Campaigns, Suzy Lamplugh Trust

Saskia Garner is the Head of Policy and Campaigns at the Suzy Lamplugh Trust and has 20 years’ experience of policy and campaigning work across human rights and violence against women and girls. Her work covers research and policy advocacy across stalking, harassment, online harms, bystander intervention and workplace safety. Saskia leads on national campaigns including National Personal Safety Day, as well as the Trust’s consultancy work on lone worker policies and Suzy’s Charter for Workplace Safety. Saskia represents the Suzy Lamplugh Trust on a number of national stakeholder forums including those led by the National Police Chiefs Council, Victims’ Commissioners and The Partnership for Workplace Violence. She also leads on stalking policy work including national advocacy on systemic change within the criminal justice system, coordinating the National Stalking Consortium and National Stalking Awareness Week.

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