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Protecting lone workers.

Learn more about what we do at LONEALERT and our passion for protecting lone, remote and hybrid workers. 

Our lone worker solutions

Understand our lone worker ecosystem and our multi level approach to create a robust lone worker solution that performs.

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Protecting lone workers.

Learn more about what we do at LONEALERT and our passion for protecting lone, remote and hybrid workers. 

Our lone worker solutions

Understand our lone worker ecosystem and our multi level approach to create a robust lone worker solution that performs.

Your guide to lone working

This section will provide you with all the relevant information needed to ensure best practice for employers. 

Education

Why LONEALERT?

What is lone working?

Other resources

Your guide to lone working

This section will provide you with all the relevant information needed to ensure best practice for employers. 

Education

Why LONEALERT?

What is lone working?

Useful documents

Manage your lone workers.

Everything you need to know about lone working and best practice for employers. 

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW >

Lone working policies.

We have a range of policies and documents in place to help you understand and identify the risks of lone working and guide you through implementing a lone worker solution. 

Your guide to lone working
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We understand that implementing a lone worker solution may feel overwhelming and you may be left not knowing where to start. From understanding and identifying risks to implementation, we are here to help guide you through the process. 

What you need to know.

Legislation

Your guide to legislation and what it means to you.

Safety concerns

Helping you understand lone working risks and safety.

Remote & hybrid working

How remote working has changed our workforce.

Lone working policies

Why your organisation needs a lone worker policy.

Implementation

How to implement a lone worker solution within your organisation.

Your guide to legislation.

Having the right lone working solution in place not only protects your employees, but it could also save you from a multitude of fines and criminal prosecution. 

Legislation and how it affects you

Current health and safety legislation requires that organisations conduct thorough risk assessments and take steps to protect their lone workers.

Solving lone worker safety concerns
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Managing the risks of working alone can often be complex but it is a necessary measure to ensure your employees get the help they need, when they need it. You will no doubt have heard tragic stories in the news highlighting avoidable injury or even death caused by not having a suitable lone working solution in place. 

We are here to make lone working safer and easier for you, by guiding you through the process of finding the right solution for your organisation.

Making remote and hybrid working safer.

Employers often do not realise that hybrid and remote workers are considered lone workers. We are here to help you put the right steps in place to keep your employees safe, whether they are working in the office or remotely.

What is remote or hybrid working?

In today’s modern world more and more organisations have adopted fully remote or hybrid working. We understand that hybrid and remote working presents employers with a new set of challenges. From seeing your team members less often, to ensuring your lone workers are not isolated or close to burnout, we are here to help make hybrid or remote working safer.

Your guide to implementation
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Ready to implement a lone worker solution and not sure where to start? We are here to guide you every step of the way.

Barriers lone workers face face with mental health.

How often are you checking in with your lone workers? Working alone often means employees find it more difficult to get support when they need it. 

ISOLATION

Feeling isolated and disconnected is often something lone workers struggle with on a daily basis. It's important to check in with your employees to see how they are doing and maintain regular contact.

VIOLENCE AND ABUSE

Many lone workers in public facing roles are often in fear of physical or verbal abuse. This can place the lone worker under more pressure, leaving them feeling anxious. That's why it's so important to put measures in place in case the worst was to happen.

MEDICAL CONDITIONS

Working alone with a medical condition can be physically challenging and have a big impact on mental health. Not only does this increase health and safety risks but it also places extra pressure and burdens on the lone worker.

STRESS

Being out of sight places a lone worker at high risk. It can make it more difficult to see how your lone workers are and recognise signs of stress. This can often have a negative impact on performance as well as mental health.

ISOLATION

Feeling isolated and disconnected is often something lone workers struggle with on a daily basis. It's important to check in with your employees to see how they are doing and maintain regular contact.

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Get your lone worker policy
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Make sure you get your copy of our lone worker policy template. A practical guide to promoting safe working environments. Fill out a few details to get your copy now.