1. Carry out an initial lone working auditinitial lone working audit to determine if full risk assessments are required, by identifying:

    • all lone working situations involved in the work, remembering work outside normal working hours

    • the lone workers, remembering they may not be working alone at all times or on the main site

    • any work activities where regulations prohibit lone working.

  2. Eliminate lone working in any work situation where specific legal requirements prohibit such work by an individual employee.

  3. Conduct a full risk assessmentConduct a full risk assessment of lone working activities.

  4. As part of the risk assessment, identify those particularly at risk from lone working, eg:

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