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There are many scenarios in which your workers may find themselves working alone. Lone working can be more, or less, hazardous depending on the type of work being undertaken and its location. You may think that lone worker hazards are purely safety-related but there are health issues as well. As part of World Health Day this week we want to consider both the safety and health risks that lone working can present. Lone workers are defined as those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision, for example: Those in fixed establishments (e.g. offices, retail environments, etc.) As mobile