Lone Working Risk Assessment

Our Lone Working Risk Assessment has been written by our professionals to help you identify some of the dangers your employees might face if they work alone.

Not only can lone working cause motivation issues, boredom, stress, and isolation but it can also be dangerous if you’ve not got an effective risk assessment in place.

A risk assessment is a legal necessity to protect your lone workers and comply with The Health & Safety at Work Act 1974 so it’s important yours is faultless.

To make sure you’re doing everything you can to protect your lone workers from workplace hazards like heavy machinery, chemicals, power tools etc, our Health & Safety experts have compiled this Lone Workers Risk Assessment, so you’ll be able to identify:

  • The potential risks and hazards in your workplace
  • Who’s most at risk
  • The consequences of not managing your workplace risks and hazards
  • The protective measures you should have in place
  • The control procedures that are applicable to your business

To download your FREE risk assessment template and apply it to your business, simply fill out your details in the form opposite.

Need extra support?

We understand that managing your HR and Health & Safety measures can often feel overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. As a compliance provider, we specialise in supporting businesses across all industries with their responsibilities and we can help you with yours – so your employees stay safe at work and your business stays compliant. To speak to one of our experts, you can call us on 0114 244 4461 or you can request a callback and we’ll be in touch at a time that suits you.

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