Manual Approaches to Lone Worker Protection - Part 2

In a previous post we looked at a range of ways companies use manual processes to make sure they’re providing a duty of care to their employees, thereby complying with the relevant health and safety legislation for their country. Paper, clocking in and out, whiteboard notifications, people checking in with their lone workers and recording times, locations and wellbeing: these are all manual elements of the monitoring side of protecting your key staff. But what happens if there’s a problem? How does that duty of care work now? In this post we look at how companies typically take care of the processes for alerting, responding and communicating. Raising the Alarm At the minimum level, companies

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