Three Tips for Helping You Keep Lone Workers Safe

Everyone knows there’s “safety in numbers,” so lone workers are at a special risk on the job. Workers who perform their tasks on their own must keep themselves safe, because if something were to happen, they have only themselves to rely on. But you can help your workers stay as safe as possible on the job. Lone-worker safety—best practices You can help protect the safety and well-being of your lone workers by reinforcing three key safety rules: Identify safety hazards ahead of time. Your lone workers, such as drivers, electricians, plumbers, etc., should be well aware of any on-the-job hazards.… Read more »