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Lone Worker Safety Compliance 2021

Did you know that every employer, regardless of industry, has the potential of an employee working alone? Regardless if the employee is working alone for an entire shift, partial or a very small percentage, providing safety for that employee is essential for meeting regulatory compliance.

Why Should You Attend:

You should attend this webinar to learn how to identify and categorize potential regulatory, environmental and social risk, the types of training need that are associated with lone worker safety and how to verify the effectiveness of that training.

Do you know that employees working alone are one of the highest risk jobs in the U.S. and that all industries have this hazard? Have you identified hazards associated with employees working alone or potentially having to work alone at your work site? Were you aware that there are federal and state worker safety legislation that applies to this high-risk job category?

If you answered "no" to any of these questions and you have employees working alone or have a potential of working alone, you will want to gain a better understanding of this informative topic. This information will provide valuable insight on the types of risks associated with workers working alone. Tips, techniques and trade secrets on how to develop, implement and verify worker safety for employees working alone will be provided. Examples of lessons learned (best practices) and what not to do will be explained in this material to help you kick start your plan implementation immediately.

Areas Covered in the Webinar:

  • Identify Potential Risk
    • Regulatory
    • Environmental
    • Social
  • Training
    • Type of Lone Worker Safety Training
    • Lone Worker Safety Training Topics
    • How to Verify and Show Effectiveness of Training
  • Hazard Reduction and Elimination
    • Review how to conduct an effective Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment and to score hazard risk.
    • Identify Types of Processes to Protect and Monitor Lone Workers
    • Elimination of Lone Worker Task

Who Will Benefit:

Supervisors, Managers, and Leaders of businesses/government agencies of all kinds.

  • HR Professionals
  • Training Professionals
  • Safety Managers
  • Vice President
  • Managing Director
  • Occupational Nurse
  • Project Managers
  • Directors

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