Key aspects of lone worker check-in

Check in with the Lone Worker App

A vital aspect of any lone worker monitoring procedure is the actual check-in. By legislation in the UK and in many Canadian provinces, lone workers must be monitored for safety reasons. So, what are the main aspects of a lone worker check in procedure? Here are a few tips to help you, as an employer, to devise and establish a lone worker check in procedure.

3 Safety Considerations for Land Surveyors

Land surveyors has special requirements when it comes to safety. Do you know what they are? This article explores 3 key areas for you to consider as you develop your safety policies…

Safety Zone from Ok Alone

Ok Alone’s shows when a lone worker has left a designated “Safety Zone”. This feature may be very valuable if a person is working remotely, has limited phone coverage or in a designated work area.

Volunteers Need Safety Monitoring Too

Fundraising events and canvassing for charity can be hazardous to volunteers and fundraising professionals. Where would we be without volunteers? Volunteerism contributes to a kinder, more equitable and safer society, so it’s only fair that those who go out of their way to help others should be protected themselves, right?