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Advice for those who are new to home working

Advice for those who are new to home working

In these uncertain times, so many more of us are now working from home and for the uninitiated this can be a real shock to the system. The responsibility to manage workers’ health, safety and wellbeing has not gone away. But where businesses do not have processes already in place, it may also be difficult for managers to ensure that they keep their remote workers safe, engaged and productive. Find Guidance here to help you through these challenges.

Another Successful LWSE Event!

Another Successful LWSE Event!

Safety, Security and Wellbeing: All key issues for lone workers This year’s Lone Worker Safety Expo conference was held at the historic King’s Fund building in Central London. Kristen Gasser was there to join in the day’s activities. The 2019 Lone Worker Safety...

A day in the life of a lone worker…

A day in the life of a lone worker…

What does a day the in the life of a lone worker look like exactly? Well how long have you got for us to explain? The challenge is there is no such thing as a typical lone worker. They may be someone working totally alone, travelling out and about in the community,...

Article on Lone Workers in IOSH Magazine

Article on Lone Workers in IOSH Magazine

Nicole Vazquez and Christine Morrison co-authored this article on Lone Workers for the IOSH magazine on 28th August 2019. We thought it was so useful we would share… Out of sight is not out of mind Organisations that do not educate managers on the potential hazards,...