Managing Health & Safety Risks (No. 26): Lone working

Author: The Institution of Structural Engineers' Health and Safety Panel

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1 April 2014

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Managing Health & Safety Risks (No. 26): Lone working

The Structural Engineer
Managing Health & Safety Risks (No. 26): Lone working
Date published

1 April 2014

Author

The Institution of Structural Engineers' Health and Safety Panel

Price

Standard: £9 + VAT
Members/Subscribers: Free

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Author

The Institution of Structural Engineers' Health and Safety Panel

It will often be safe to work alone. However, in some situations people can be exposed to additional health and safety risks when unaccompanied. Establishing a healthy and safe working environment for lone workers can be different from that required for other workers. This short article sets out the primary considerations.

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The Institution of Structural Engineers

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Managing Health & Safety Risks Professional Guidance Issue 4

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