What Safety Measures Should You Take for Lone Workers

What Safety Measures Should You Take for Lone Workers


You hear about lone worker accidents all the time. “Lone Worker” is not just remote oilfield or pipeline workers in the wilderness. According to Wikipedia, a lone worker can be “an employee who performs an activity that is carried out in isolation from other workers without close or direct supervision….

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John V. Carvalho, III is the president of Apollo Safety, Inc. Veteran-owned, Apollo Safety specializes in gas detection products and services for portable and stationary systems.

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