From simple local alarms to body-worn video, lone worker systems now offer a variety of ways to signal for help in a crisis.
With more people working alone than ever, training has to keep pace if staff are to manage new and more complex risk.
Mobile technology allows better than ever support for workers carrying gas detectors.
Reduced contact with remote and lone workers makes supporting their wellbeing and spotting early symptoms of mental health problems harder.
Before risk assessing a piece of work you have to define its scope. We look at how to do that while avoiding ‘analysis paralysis’.