Nicole Vázquez, Worthwhile Training
14 Mar 2017
Lone working can mean flexible working, greater utilisation of resources and more autonomy for the worker. However, these benefits can also bring risks that need to be managed.
Louise Ward, British Safety Council
28 Feb 2017
Looking back through our recently digitised archive it’s striking to note how much the world of work has changed, switching from an industrial to a service-focus landscape.
Belinda Liversedge, British Safety Council
21 Sep 2016
Hydraulics manufacturer, Parker Hannifin Manufacturing Ltd has been fined £1m after a worker was crushed to death by heavy machinery at its Grantham factory in Lincolnshire.
01 Jul 2015
While production environments present the most obvious risks to workers that operate alone in remote locations, the welfare of the ‘accidental’ lone worker remains a common oversight.