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I’m sure you must be thinking, “There is no way magic, mind reading and lone workers in the utility industry have anything in common.”. I know it sounds like an illusion, but there is indeed a common thread. A couple of weeks ago, I attended the Safety2017 conference in Denver put off by the American […]

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When you think of someone who is a lone worker, someone working by themselves in the field or another inaccessible area may spring to mind. While this would certainly qualify as an example of a lone worker, it limits the scope of who may be considered one. Who is a Lone Worker? A lone worker […]

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Last week, we talked about how Lone Worker legislation has evolved across North America in recent years. This week, we look at the evolution of worker safety in our day-to-day lives. Does public opinion impact safety procedures in companies? Naturally, company compliance has also evolved to keep pace with the new legislation also with the […]

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If we summarize it in a nutshell, Lone Worker legislation across North America requires companies and organizations to take measures to ensure the safety of their employees. But let’s back up for a moment and look at how we got here. Canadian Lone Worker Legislation In Canada, Bill C-45 of the Criminal Code requires organizations, […]

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Lone Worker 101 Employers across North America are responsible for worker safety. And companies that employ Lone Workers are required to take reasonable measures to ensure the safety of their employees. So what does this mean for companies with employees who work away from the base office? What about employees who work on site but […]

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While researching for a webinar on the topic of Lone Worker Monitoring, I came across an article discussing an incident on an Alberta construction site involving a lone, female security guard working after-hours. A mobile unit was driving around the site every few hours to check in on her, and she could contact the site’s […]

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