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Who are Lone Workers?

Are you an employer looking to protect your lone workers? Maybe you’re a lone worker wondering how you can keep yourself safe? In the following articles, we break down all the different aspects that affect lone workers and how they apply to you and your workers. After reading through each of these articles you should have a better understanding of what working alone means and how you can keep yourself safe!

How do you determine if you’re a Lone Worker?

A definition of a lone worker is generally described as an employee working in isolation from others or without direct supervision. However, determining if you’re a lone worker can sometimes be tricky. There are many different factors that might not be apparent that classifies you as a lone worker.
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What risks do Lone Workers face?

Lone workers face many different risks every day, these can range from trips and falls to hazardous objects. Being aware of these risks can help reduce the chance of injury when working alone.
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Canadian legislation and working alone: What does this mean for you?

Canada has some of the strictest regulations when it comes to protecting lone workers. Each Canadian province handles working alone differently, so it’s important to stay up to date on any changes that may affect you.

How do I keep myself safe when working alone?

One of the most important questions a lone worker can ask themselves is “how can I keep myself as safe as possible?” There are many different factors that can affect how safe a lone worker is and it’s important to be aware of what you can do to minimize your risks.


In 2017 alone, we facilitated 3,340,931 safety check-ins from lone workers across the country. Additionally, 3 out of 4 workers felt safer on the job just knowing that SafetyLine was in reach. Now it’s your turn to make your workplace safer with SafetyLine!