Around 20% of the British workforce can be classed as a lone worker, and it is essential that these employees are protected. Workers who operate on their own or in high-risk situations are more likely to be injured, assaulted or worse, and a lone worker policy is the first step in fulfilling the duty of care required of all health and safety executives.

In this lone worker policy template, you will be walked through the entire process of creating a lone worker policy from start to finish, with information on how to perform a risk assessment and how a policy can be adapted to your specific business requirements.

In This Guide You’ll Learn:

  • A comprehensive how-to on separating blanket health and safety measures from those specific to the needs of lone workers.
  • Guidance on how to determine what kind of hazards are present in your lone workers’ roles.
  • What to include in your lone worker policy document.
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