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Three compelling business reasons not to ignore lone worker safety
Understand the moral, legal and financial implications of ignoring lone worker safety and how to protect your lone workers.
Guide to lone worker safety
Download our comprehensive guide to lone worker safety to understand the risks your employees face and how you can put systems in place to fulfil your duty of care.
Three Questions to Ask When Purchasing a Lone Working Solution
Looking to purchase a lone worker solution? The guide covers the steps you can take to evaluate your needs and the available solutions in the market.
Guide to lone working in the housing industry
For those working alone in the housing industry, aggression is not uncommon but there are practical steps that you can take to better protect your employees. Download this guide to find out how to reduce risk to your staff.
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Guide to lone working in the utilities sector
Whether your employees are dealing with electric, gas, water or sewerage, it is likely that they are exposed to hazards on a daily basis. Our free guide outlines everything you need to know about protecting lone workers in the utilities sector.
Guide to lone working in the field services sector
Lone working has become commonplace for those working in field service roles. Find out more about the risks field services employees face, the applicable H&S legislation and some of the ways you can reduce risk to your staff.
Guide to lone working in local authorities
For those working for local authorities, lone working has become commonplace, with workers regularly carrying out home visits and client meetings alone and away from the office. Download this guide to understand the risks common to this sector and the practical steps you can put in place.
Guide to lone working in the charity sector
One in eight workers experience violence at work, according to a report from Unison. The figures could be much higher, with the issue of under-reporting of violence in charities. Our free guide covers everything you need to know about protecting employees in the charity sector.
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Guide to lone working in the health sector
Every employer has a duty of care to protect their employees from workplace risks. For those working within the NHS, lone working has become commonplace, with workers regularly carrying out home visits or looking after patients in the hospital alone. Download the guide to find out how to protect your staff:
Creating a lone worker risk assessment
Lone working risk assessments are a basic legal requirement and should be carried out for all employees. To help you get started with writing your lone working risk assessment, we have created a comprehensive step by step guide, including a template document for you to use.