Canada’s Work Alone Legislation is an important issue for occupational health and safety (OHS) professionals and employers of all sizes and industries. These resources can help organizations concerned with addressing compliance and their duty to of care for the safety of employees that work alone or in isolation. The Whitepaper provides insight into employer duty of care obligations and OHS Work Alone Laws* in Canada. Handy Buyer’s Guides make it easy to compare features of lone worker safety devices or work alone monitoring applications at-a-glance. We’re also available to answer any questions you have, so please connect with us.
*It is a good idea to consult the source legislation applicable to your business and ensure that you understand your legal duty of care obligations. In the absence of a legal duty of care, we have a moral duty to take every reasonable precaution to ensure the safety of employees working alone or in isolation.