Lone Worker Alarms
There are millions of people working alone in the UK. They range from cleaners and care workers to security guards, maintenance workers and drivers. Whatever the role, lone workers face unique challenges when it comes to safety, including both attacks and accidents.
While no victim is ever at fault, there are steps you can take to minimise the risk of attacks and accidents and ensure the best response should anything occur. That’s why we provide a range of articles to keep you updated with the latest lone working news, regulations and safety guides.
As well as raising awareness of lone working issues, we provide tips and resources for lone working to keep you or your staff safe. That includes the use of technology, such as apps and alarms, which can provide a lifeline for lone workers by keeping them connected whatever their location.
Read the latest lone worker news to keep your business compliant and employees safe. Or protect yourself with our expert advice and tips – from how alarms can be used to performing risk assessments when working alone.