The Health and Safety Executive defines lone workers as those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision. Who are Lone Workers?SummaryWho are Lone Workers?
Many of the home care staff working for domiciliary care services should be classified as lone workers. Lone Workers in Domiciliary Care
A number of primary care staff will fall into the definition of lone workers. Lone Workers in Primary Care
Lone working is prohibited in some work situations and activities where regulation specifies requirements for supervision, assistance or accompanied working if work is hazardous or involves certain categories of workers. Employers’ Duties
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