NEC, Birmingham 10th – 12th April 2018

Lone Working Seminars at H&S event, NEC Birmingham, 10th -12th of April.

The Health and Safety Event has been developed to suit anyone responsible for health and safety at work. Along side The Fire Safety Event and The Facilities Event, The Health & Safety Event is the perfect education and networking opportunity for anyone responsible for running a safe and efficient workplace, anywhere in the UK.

This year the event is extra special with ….

The Lone Worker Feature Theatre is being hosted by the Lone Worker Safety Expo team.  Speakers representing many industries will explore the challenges faced by lone workers and share best practice on assessing and managing the specific risks faced by lone workers.

There will be interactive sessions that will provide you with practical tips and ideas to take away along with opportunities to ask your questions to experts in their field. Whether your lone workers visit in the community, are customer facing, travel long distance (UK or abroad) or work in rural or isolated spaces, there will be vital information that will help you to ensure their safety.

If you have any involvement with lone working you should make time to visit the Lone Worker Safety Expo Team, chat with the exhibitors and stay for a session or two. There are upto 6 seminars each day.

This Expo is the best and easiest way to learn, meet and talk to your peers. … so register now

Event Links :

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What is MyTeamSafe?

MyTeamSafe® is a suite of tools for your independent workers & supervisors, with a web dashboard for management. Highly configurable, where you keep control, not costly impersonal call centres. Everything you need to protect your staff and business in one easy subscription, on average £2.50 per user per month.

As someone in Social Care you will have experience of working on your own, even occasionally, It’s not necessarily dangerous but anything can happen and it’s the employer’s responsibility to ensure duty of care is provided to all employees.  Did you know that failure to do this could result in fines of up to £20,000 fine per incident.

We will be at our stand all day, so we will really love to talk to you, maybe you would like to discuss one of the following:

  • Understanding what lone working is (you might be surprised)
  • Your previous lone working issues
  • Identifying current risks
  • Your current solution (if any)
  • What options are out there to cover your legal obligations
  • See MyTeamSafe in action?

We hope you can stop by and say hello to the team, we’re on stand HS226 (Small Stand, big solution).


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