Using Technology to Improve Lone Worker Safety

  The NHS defines lone working as: “any situation or location in which someone works without a colleague nearby; or when someone is working out of sight or earshot of another colleague.” Working alone can be dangerous, especially when workers are required to go into other people’s homes and travel alone in unsafe areas. Lone worker safety involves safeguarding those who are at risk whilst also providing reassurance toRead more

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