Lone Worker Services
If you employ people who work alone for more than a few hours a day, such as care workers making home visits, the Health and Safety Act 1974 (and other legislation) creates a duty of care responsibility on the employer to protect them from harm. Lone worker safety monitoring from Connect Assist can help ensure you meet these standards.
However, these contact services are costly to run for organisations which employ only a few such workers.
Robust Lone Worker Monitoring
At Connect Assist, we can provide lone worker support. We agree on a schedule for contact, which can be proactive or reactive, and mobilise support and/or emergency assistance as required and appropriate.
By providing a robust lone worker support service, employers can protect their workforce, comply with the law, provide reassurance to their teams and retain vital frontline staff.