Protecting your lone workers
Even though we are in exceptional times, our responsibilities (legally and morally) towards our workers remain unchanged. With more staff working alone, it is vital that organisations have in place robust systems to ensure their safety.
We spoke to Nicole Vazquez, Director of Worthwhile Training and host of the annual Lone Worker Safety Live about the specific challenges that lone workers face and how to control the risks and protect your lone workers.
What you'll learn
- Lone working during a global pandemic
- The risks that lone workers face
- How to assess and control lone working risks
- How to assess lone working solutions and evaluate your needs
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About Your Speakers
Don Cameron, CEO StaySafe
Don has over 25 years of experience in growing technology and service businesses. Don has worked in the security and lone worker space for over ten years. Don was part of the founding team at StaySafe and has led the development of the business from an early stage UK startup into the most successful lone worker app solutions provider with clients in over 45 countries on 4 continents.
Nicole Vazquez, Director, Worthwhile Training
Nicole has been helping organisations manage personal safety and security risks to their staff for over 25 years. Nicole has a particular interest in Lone Working and specifically how this can affect personal security, safety and wellbeing. For the last three years she has hosted the annual Lone Worker Safety Live Conference, an event that brings together experts who share their knowledge on ways to keep people safe and secure when working without the support and back up of colleagues.