Understanding and managing risk
What you need to know to make decisions to mitigate risks
This section summarises why health & safety is important, what a lone worker is and why they need to be treated differently; the risks you need to consider; the current legislation and latest statistics on workplace fatalities and injuries; how to manage risk and develop your Lone Working Policy and Procedures.
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What is health & safety?
Why is health & safety important? What is a lone worker and the facts about working alone.
Outdoor lone worker risks
3 key points for you to consider to keep your lone workers safe – 1) the risks of working alone 2) potential hazards and 3) the location – to inform the type of system you need.
Workplace fatalities and injuries, an employer's duty of care, lone worker responsibilities and the law.
5 steps to managing risk, risk assessments and lone worker involvement.
Trackplot provides guidance so your Lone Working Policy, Procedures and Escalation Procedures are tailored to your lone workers and the work they undertake.