CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION | 15th OCTOBER 2019 | CENTRAL LONDON

CONFERENCE & EXHIBITION
15th OCTOBER 2019 | CENTRAL LONDON

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Lone Worker Safety: where does the Duty of Care lie?

28th August 2018

In this blog Owen Miles Technical Director for Everbridge EMEA, one of our Key Sponsors gives us his views on the thorny issue of Duty of Care. Who is responsible for what and when? One of the key discussion points at the 2018 Lone Worker Safety Expo will be around understanding the legal obligations for…

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SPEAKER INTERVIEW – Christine Morrison

24th August 2018

Christine Morrison is the founder and director of CMA Training. At this year’s Lone Worker Safety Expo she is delivering a workshop on staff safety who travel on business. Mark Glover spoke to the former police officer about crime prevention training, the role of line managers and the importance of collaboration. “I’m very impulsive and…

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SPEAKER INTERVIEW – Louise Ward

16th August 2018

Louise Ward has held roles at Network Rail, Thames Water and the British Safety Council. Ahead of her opening address at this year’s Lone Worker Safety Expo, Mark Glover caught up with the Director of Health, Safety and Environment at Siemens to discuss the changing nature of work, the impact of technology and what motivates…

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Achieving Buy-In from your Lone Workers

13th August 2018

There are lone worker solutions available for every industry and budget. But there’s no point having them at all if your workers aren’t using them. Mathew Colley, Sales & Marketing Manager at LONEALERT, discusses why some workers still have their doubts about lone worker protection and why it’s vital to get them on board. If…

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SPEAKER INTERVIEW – Duncan Spencer

9th August 2018

Duncan Spencer (pictured) is Head of Information and Intelligence at the Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (IOSH) and at this year’s Lone Worker Expo, will be manning a ‘Ask the Expert’ table taking queries on mental health and wellbeing in the workplace. Mark Glover finds out more.  With over twenty years’ experience in health…

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SPEAKER INTERVIEW – Doug Melia

2nd August 2018

Doug Melia (pictured) is a former martial arts teacher, doorman and bodyguard. Today, as a use of force trainer he consults to a wide audience that encompasses schools, hospitals and transport companies. Here he speaks to Mark Glover about his varied career, current challenges facing security workers and why he’s looking forward to attending the Lone…

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Wellbeing for Lone Workers: The importance of being earnest!

30th July 2018

In this blog Duncan Spencer, Head of Information and Intelligence at IOSH talks about the importance of managing the wellbeing of your lone workers. We are looking forward to seeing Duncan at our event on 2nd October where he is taking part in our ‘Ask the Experts’ sessions. Duncan has a wealth of experience and…

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Training for Lone Workers is as Important as Other Control Measures

11th July 2018

Adi Scott of Worthwhile Training will be delivering a workshop on Providing Training to Lone workers at our conference on October 2nd in London. Tickets are still available if you register on to the website now. In this weeks blog, Adi talks about why training for lone workers is as important as any other control…

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Lone Worker Safety – Are you Really Doing Enough?

19th June 2018

This week Shaun Keyzers from SoloProtect talks about the need to demonstrate that you are doing enough to safeguard the safety and wellbeing of your lone workers and shares some of the steps you can take. The consequences of doing the bare minimum to safeguard your lone workers’ wellbeing can be fatal. Picture this, you’re…

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Tomorrow’s Lone Workers

29th May 2018

Louise Ward will be giving our opening address on the 2nd October. Here she shares some of her thoughts on the future of lone working and the challenges for Safety Practitioners. Some people say that we are living through the 4th industrial revolution, and there is certainly no doubt that the pace of change is…

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