Don Cameron reports on the dangers of lone working and what employers can do to keep staff safe
For many organisations, lone working can increase productivity, flexibility and allows businesses to operate on a wider scale. According to the latest HSE statistics, it is estimated that there now are up to 8-million lone workers in the UK, with the NHS alone estimated to employ 100,000 staff who work alone every day.There are a number of risks that pose a threat to lone working staff, for example they do not have . . .