How Do You Keep A Lone Worker Safe?

Keeping a lone worker safe is part of your legal obligations towards your staff. To keep your lone workers safe, you should have strong lone worker policies, a robust risk assessment, regular lone worker training and make sure your staff are all included in the team. A lone worker solution would help, too.

What Is The Law On Lone Working?

Lone working is not illegal, but your legal obligations as an employer do mean you have to consider the risk of lone working itself.

It’s not that you have to specifically cater for your lone worker because they are lone working, but rather that lone working presents specific hazards that should be addressed and mitigated.  

So, if you are wondering how to keep a lone worker safe, read on.


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Making the Most of Your Lone Worker Device

Safety and personal responsibility go hand in hand. True, a company director has overall responsibility for health and safety but each person in an organisation has a duty to protect themselves. Given the right tools and education, this is easy to do. If you already own a First2HelpYou lone worker device or your employees use them, we have listed some ways below that you can help you maximise the use you get from your device.


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5 Ways to Support Lone Worker’s Mental Health

In this blog we will look at 5 ways to support lone worker’s mental health that you can easily implement in your company, no matter what size or sector you are in.

Working alone can take a toll on even the most resilient lone worker. Looking after your lone workers should include their mental wellbeing, as well as their physical wellbeing.

Number 5-Keep them Safe-is absolutely vital. Read on to find out more.


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