Natural gas, electric, water and wastewater utilities pose many risks for your work alone employees. Electrical engineers and maintenance personnel often work alone for extended periods of time at treatment plants, outdoor pumps and high voltage electrical sites that can be hazardous. Employees work with machinery, chemicals, toxic gases and other dangers on a daily basis. How fast can you respond to an incident?
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Lone workers are not just prone to risks outdoors—indoor workspaces also challenge the safety of employees. For instrumentation technologists to reclamation technicians, a laboratory can pose just as many risks as a jobsite or plant. Other roles such as operators and heavy-duty mechanics face their share of challenges throughout their worksite too. Do you know how you’ll respond?
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We provide tools that enable employers to improve the outcome for lone workers who have suffered a safety incident, health issue or physical assault. We don’t prevent incidents, but we are there to make the most of difficult and dangerous situations. How can we help your organization?
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