Are you clued-up on Lone Working..?
Busy workloads and a demand to meet client needs, can mean that it is easy to overlook policies and procedures for Lone Workers.
However, there certain situations where it could be breaking the law:
- Whilst working with live electrical equipment
- Whilst working in confined spaces
- Other work where a second person is essential to safety (i.e. ladder work)
- Trainees and Apprentices
- Where an individual has a known health problem, such as heart problems and severe allergies.