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Field Services Webinar

What do you need to know to ensure the safety of your lone workers

Building a health and safety culture can be challenging, particularly when ensuring the safety of lone workers with varying roles and responsibilities in different cities across the UK. 

We spoke to Stuart Barnard, Head of Health and Safety at RPS UK & Ireland to discuss the pain points that led the RPS Group to investing in a lone worker solution and the lessons he’s learnt from choosing and implementing a lone worker solution across 100+ engineers around the UK.

What you'll learn

  • Understand how to assess and control the risks that your lone workers face
  • Understand how to incorporate protecting lone workers, alongside existing H&S measures 
  • Find out how to create buy-in when introducing a lone working solution and how to ensure lone working staff are following necessary procedures

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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.

Stuart Barnard, Head of Health and Safety, RPS UK & Ireland

Stuart has worked in the health and safety arena for over 15 years and has practical experience of managing safety in various industries including construction, planned and reactive maintenance, aviation and manufacturing. Stuart has been a Chartered Health & Safety practitioner for over 10 years and enjoys promoting positive changes to health and safety culture and improving perceptions of health and safety.

Don Cameron


Stuart Barnard

Head of Health and Safety, RPS UK & Ireland