Lone Worker Safety Guide

Lone worker risks and solutions, industry-specific concerns and considerations, and relevant use cases

As organizations digitalize and remote operations become more commonplace, the number of lone workers is on the rise. Lone workers exist in every industry and include individuals such as contractors, self-employed people, and those who work off-site or outside normal hours. These employees are at increased risk for unaddressed workplace accidents or emergencies, inadequate rest and breaks, physical violence, and more.

To learn more about the lone worker risks and solutions, download this informative guide.

This guide includes:

An overview of lone workers

Employer lone worker responsibilities

The role of formal and dynamic risk assessments

Lone worker policies

Industry-specific lone worker risks and considerations

Further reading and resources