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What is Lone-Working?
With around 8 million lone workers in the UK, it’s helpful to understand exactly what lone working is, so you can address the risks. This article looks at the definition, but also explains what is meant by an “at-risk” employee, and summarises important legislation that’s in place to protect both them and lone workers.
Lone-Working policy template
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We know that security companies are looking for a simple, easy to use and cost-effective system that provides insight into Officer movements, reduces missed check calls, and makes sure that Officers are well protected.
Are you a public authority that’s looking for new ways to protect your staff, but worried about how that fits in with your digital transformation process? Are you concerned that a new system might slow your operations down or make the organisation less efficient?
Working from home has become a way of life for millions of us since March 2020, and as restrictions lift, there has been a noticeable shift in the way we view our working life. Many employees may not want to come back to the office on a full-time basis, or perhaps your organisation has found that flexible or remote working has benefitted your business.
The financial services sector has gone through an unprecedented period of change since the 2008 crash. From the eruption of FinTech, to Blockchain to increasing use of artificial intelligence, the financial services ecosystem is evolving at pace.
Lone workers come in many shapes and sizes, so when thinking about a ‘lone worker’ perhaps you think about a Social Worker or Housing Officer? You might not be picturing lawyers and solicitors, but those working in the legal profession face far more risk than people might expect.
The board of any firm has the legal right to ensure Health and Safety practices within their workplace. With the everchanging legal requirements, this blog discusses ways to create an effective policy.