Lone Worker Guidance
More than six million people in the UK work either in isolation or without direct supervision, often in places or circumstances that put them at potential risk. A wide variety of organisations and industry sectors employ people whose jobs require them to work or operate alone, either regularly or occasionally.
Almost by definition, lone working can be both intimidating and at times dangerous, so the protection of lone workers involves a twofold approach; not only to provide safeguards but also to offer reassurance to the people involved.
A Guide to Buying A Lone Worker Service
A guide to lone worker services for the transport sector (2013)
More than six million people in the UK are classed as lone workers, working either in isolation or without direct supervision, often in places or circumstances that put them at potential risk. To help transport companies make informed decisions when sourcing lone-worker protection products and services, the BSIA has produced this guide to lone-worker services for the transport sector, which includes information on best practices, employers' legal obligations and relevant British Standards.
The use of a Lone Worker device or app (March 2023)
A guide on the use of a Lone Worker device or app detailing information on threat, potential threat, no direct threat and no threat.
Lone Workers – An Employers Guide (February 2010)