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How to Protect Your Employees Working in Remote Areas

Every employee has the right to a safe working place. This right remains wherever the worker is, including in remote areas.  A remote area is ...
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RIDDOR: Employers’ Responsibilities You Need to Know

The Reporting of Injuries Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 2013 (RIDDOR) makes employers in all sectors in the UK legally obliged to report all work-related ...
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How to Report a Near Miss to Improve Workplace Health & Safety

A near miss, also known as a close call, is a workplace incident that almost resulted in an injury, fatality, or property damage — but ...
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The Most Common Hazards of Lone Working

Many UK organisations have employees required to perform duties or activities without supervision or team members present to assist or support them. This is known ...
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A Guide to Incident Reporting in the Workplace

As a business or organisation, having an incident reporting procedure and an open communication culture that supports incident reporting is a critical element in upholding ...
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The UK’s Lone Working Legislation Explained: What You Must Know

The UK government has several lone working regulations to protect the significant number of lone workers among UK companies. In essence, working alone legislations are ...
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