Remote and/or lone working introduces a different set of health and safety challenges not least because there is a significant responsibility on individual employees to manage risk.
In sectors such as Water, common risks facing remote workers include traffic, working at depth, working at height, and working close to tidal water. The use of dynamic risk assessments provide an effective mitigation for these risks.
But, what about permits to work? How can they be utilised to reduce incident and accident rates for remote/lone workers? How can they improve the bottom line of the business?
Sign up to watch this webinar (recorded on May 3rd, 2018) to:
- Understand what techniques and technologies are currently in use to protect remote and lone workers;
- Learn how e-permits can add to the safety of your remote and lone workers;
- See how e-permits in conjunction with other technologies can improve the bottom line performance of your business.
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