Businesses are reopening while battling the twin challenges of the pandemic outbreak and social strife. The resulting economic downturn has forced most businesses to cut back on staff.
A wide spectrum of industries, including retailers, restaurants, banks, hospitality chains, and real estate companies are navigating a new environment where employees are increasingly on their own in vulnerable situations. For example, retail chains now have more lone workers responsible for store openings and closings, bank runs, and curbside deliveries. Protecting these lone workers is critical in this new landscape.
In this webinar, you will gain the following insights:
Who is a lone worker and why should businesses worry about them now?
How to draft your company's lone worker safety policy and why you should do it immediately.
How to train your lone workers to deal with emergencies and what should be the training curriculum.
What options should you consider when you decide to roll out a lone worker safety solution.
Why you should plan a comprehensive monitoring solution to go along with any lone worker safety device.