Lone worker support
Do you have employees who work on their own, out of the office and out of contact?
Are you doing everything possible to ensure the safety of your staff?
Protecting lone workers has become increasingly important to employers, who have a legal responsibility to ensure the safety of their staff.
A recent British Crime Survey estimates that there are 6.8 million lone workers in the UK, who experienced a 57% rise in assaults in the previous year.
Lone workers typically operate over a wide geographic area away from the main office premises. While it is not possible to continuously supervise them, you can ensure that they have effective communications to support them.
There is a wide range of affordable technical solutions to support lone workers and improve their safety, including location monitoring technology and internet mapping tools.
We can help you to undertake an initial risk assessment which will highlight areas of weakness and identify what action is required to remove or reduce the risks.
We can then identify the best way to monitor your lone workers through our control centre.