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Finding your 'hidden' lone workers & the best ways to improve lone worker safety,

In partnership with the Canadian Occupational Safety Magazine. 


New research shows that 64% of employees who regularly work without close contact or supervision would not consider themselves a lone worker, therefore putting their safety at significant risk.

In this webinar StaySafe will explore the world of lone working and how many employees in a broad range of industries are often unaware that they are in fact classed as lone workers. Making use of the data and insights collected through our Lone Worker Landscape Report and StaySafe Customer Stories we will guide you through the best steps to improve lone worker safety in the workplace.

Lone working has grown in popularity as advances in technology make it possible for staff to work remotely with ease and carry out complex tasks alone. This means you are likely to find lone workers in almost every industry today, from local authorities to construction, healthcare to engineering and charities to utilities.

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