Lone Worker Monitoring

According to figures from the Office of National Statistics, there are between three to four million lone workers employed in the UK.

They perform a range of job roles from security guards and HGV drivers to caretakers and midwives.

An employer’s duty to assess risks

All employers have a legal responsibility for the health, safety, and welfare at work of their employees. These responsibilities cannot be transferred to any other person, and it is an employer’s duty to assess risks to lone workers and take steps to avoid or control risks where necessary. Employees must also take reasonable care of both themselves and other people impacted by their work. They must co-operate with their employers to meet their legal obligations.

The Corporate Manslaughter and Corporate Homicide Act 2007 allows organisations to be prosecuted and found guilty of corporate manslaughter if serious management failures result in a gross breach of a duty of care. However, an effective risk and threat assessment will identify the levels of risk that lone workers face.

To assist employers and employees, the Corps Monitoring Centre (CMC) provides lone worker monitoring services and can monitor any BS 8484 compliant lone worker systems. Our BS 8484 compliance ensures that our lone worker device service is always fit for purpose.

We have also developed an innovative smartphone app called CorpsGuard as a managed, comprehensive, 24/7 lone worker monitoring service.

Let us help you keep your lone workers safe.

Lone worker monitoring from the Corps Monitoring Centre (CMC)

  • State-of-the-art lone worker services from the UK’s leading security specialist
  • Legal compliance and a duty of care
  • Ensures the health, safety, and welfare at work of lone workers
  • BS 8484 compliance
  • Reduced risk and enhanced safety