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Lone workers are those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision. They may be found in a wide range of situations.
Examples of lone workers include:
If you or your employees can be classed as lone workers then you will need to undertake a risk assessment of their work activities and consider if any extra measures need to be implemented, due to lone working.
The information leaflet gives you more specific information and the HSE case study pages give a range of lone working solutions.
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