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You’ve Raised The Alarm…Now What?

A speed camera operator has narrowly avoided serious injuries after he and his vehicle were allegedly attacked by a group of men.

Lone/remote workers...when you raise the alarm, who is receiving your alarm call, what are you expecting them to do and how long will it take for back-up to arrive?

Lone and remote workers must have clear procedures in place for raising alarms and seeking support when they're working remotely.

It's crucial for lone and remote workers to regularly communicate with their main office, base or point-of-contact and establish a protocol for when communication is lost or if there's an emergency.

Regular training, clear communication channels, and having the right protocols in place can significantly enhance the safety of lone and remote workers.

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