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Lone Worker Protection Case Studies

Legislation does not prohibit lone working in a general sense, although there are some types of work which require supervision: Where young people are undergoing training Where work on live electrical equipment is being performed Work under the Construction (health & safety) Regulations Working at…
Working alone is not in itself against the law but whether it is safe to do so depends upon the potential hazards facing the lone worker carrying out their duties and the law does require employers and self- employed workers to consider carefully and then…

Community First

The LONEALERT Text-In service is designed to be quick, simple and efficient to use. By simply sending one text a lone worker can be checked, logged, and located. A flexible service that gives us peace of mind, knowing our workers are safe. However, to Community…
The Health and Safety Executive defines a lone worker as a person ‘who works by themselves without close or direct supervision’. They are employed in most sectors of the economy such as security, healthcare and transport – and according to the Office of National Statistics…

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