To work out how best to protect your staff, you must first know what the lone worker risks are. One of the easiest ways to do this is to establish what types of lone workers you have. We find it easier to use three distinct categories, each of which represents a variety of job roles. The categories are:
- Fixed location
Each of these groups has specific risks, but it’s important to remember that some job roles may cross over categories, so this is only intended as a rough guide. Let’s look at the types of lone workers and the risks they face. Please note, that in this infographic, we do not list all examples of employee positions. We just handpicked a few to give you an idea!
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