How to Manage Lone Worker Safety

Lone Worker Safety

The 2008 murder of realtor Lindsay Buziak while showing a property in Victoria, BC, Canada is a disturbing example of why you need to manage the safety of your lone workers. There are many sales industry professionals who may be at risk when working alone; realtors showing homes, car salespeople taking customers for a test drive, and all sorts of outside sales workers who travel to visit clients and prospects.

Sending your team out on sales calls without a lone worker safety device is just not acceptable anymore, not when there is an affordable safety solution like Ok Alone.

Does your team really need a lone worker safety system?

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Manufacturing industry and factory workers can be exposed to a wide range of dangerous situations and risks to their safety increase when they are working alone.  Performing equipment maintenance, handling raw or in-process materials, and using heavy machinery are just some of the everyday tasks where a lone worker safety system could ensure that you and your co-workers go home safely at the end of a shift.

 

The latest in lone worker safety technology | IFSEC 2016

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Discover the Latest in Lone Worker Safety Technology from Europe's Industry Leaders

Thousands attended the recent IFSEC 2016 trade show at the Excel Exhibition Centre in London, the biggest show in the UK for the security industry with over 600 exhibitors. A plethora of new and newly upgraded systems, safety apps and tools were shared with interested visitors from across the globe.

Prioritize Lone Worker Safety | 2016 Healthcare

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Health and social care professionals met in London June 29-30 at the 2016 Health + Care Conference to learn about new ways to deliver healthcare and improve productivity in the delivery of health services. Advances in technology provide a multitude of new tools and integrated systems that can improve not only patient care, but also support the well-being and safety of health care workers.

Looking after retail staff who work alone

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Retail is less regulated than other high risk industries, but it has its share of risks too. Retail is public facing. You don't know who is coming in off the streets. Combined with long opening hours, cash handling and sometimes staff working on their own you end up with some significant safety challenges.