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Ensuring Safety in Solitude: Key principles of lone worker safety best practice

Lone workers, who carry out tasks without direct supervision, are an essential part of many businesses across many sectors. However, this independence can pose unique safety risks. This article will outline some fundamental principles to ensure lone working safety best practices… Safeguarding lone workers requires a multifaceted approach that includes risk assessment, regular communication, appropriate […]

Protecting lone workers – is your manufacturing process up to scratch?

Across many manufacturing and production sites there is often a need for employees to work alone. For instance, in the automotive sector, the spray painting of cars during some manufacturing can be supported by a lone worker – as the car travels over a conveyor belt during production it is spray painted by machines and […]

DOWNLOAD: The StaySafe Lone Worker Landscape Report

Are you confident you’re taking your lone worker safety seriously enough? StaySafe’s latest comprehensive investigation into lone worker safety reveals that nearly a quarter of lone workers feel unsafe at least once a year, with employers often over-estimating the effectiveness of their safety messaging, procedures and training.  Download the report here Lone working is a […]

Do you specialise in Lone Worker Safety & Equipment? We want to hear from you!

Each month on Health & Safety Briefing we’re shining the spotlight on a different part of the health & safety market – and in July we’ll be focussing on Lone Worker Safety. It’s all part of our ‘Recommended’ editorial feature, designed to help health & safety buyers find the best products and services available today. So, […]