Lone working statement
Lone worker policy
Lone worker statement
Lone working procedure
Lone working policy and procedures
Lone worker procedure
Lone working health and safety policy
What is a Lone Working Policy?
Lone Working Policies set out a business’ (or other organisation’s) approach to lone working. A Lone Working Policy is not a binding contract between an employer and its workers. It does, however, set out how the employer will abide by health and safety requirements which are imposed by law (ie compulsory).
When should I use a Lone Working Policy?
Use this Lone Working Policy if:
- you run a business (or other organisation) which employs staff or takes on consultants or volunteers
- your workers, consultants or volunteers may, at any point whilst working for you, be classified as lone workers
- your business is based in England, Wales or Scotland