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Are You Looking Out For the Lone Worker

Are You Looking Out For the Lone Worker Extra curriculum Are You Looking Out For the Lone Worker? John Wood Commercial Director, C3 Ltd solution for protecting lone workers it has got to be ow safe are your staff who work alone something they can set in motion with the minimum of in the community? If someone were in a dangerous fuss for both management and users. That was our situation would they have any way of calling for help? thinking behind the development of LookOut call, And if they did not return from an appointment, how which aims to be the practical side of the lone-worker long would it be before anyone noticed they were policy. We have developed it to be: missing? This is something that might one day come to  simple to use your attention in a way you would rather it did not. easy to install A survey carried out by the Commission for Health flexible enough to meet the needs of any NHS Improvement (CHI, 2004) found that almost one in six trust NHS staff had experienced physical violence at work in fully computerised, so there is no possibility of the last year, mostly from patients. Staff most at risk are http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Mental Health Review Journal Emerald Publishing

Are You Looking Out For the Lone Worker

Mental Health Review Journal , Volume 9 (3): 2 – Sep 1, 2004

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Emerald Publishing
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Copyright © Emerald Group Publishing Limited
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1361-9322
DOI
10.1108/13619322200400030
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Abstract

Extra curriculum Are You Looking Out For the Lone Worker? John Wood Commercial Director, C3 Ltd solution for protecting lone workers it has got to be ow safe are your staff who work alone something they can set in motion with the minimum of in the community? If someone were in a dangerous fuss for both management and users. That was our situation would they have any way of calling for help? thinking behind the development of LookOut call, And if they did not return from an appointment, how which aims to be the practical side of the lone-worker long would it be before anyone noticed they were policy. We have developed it to be: missing? This is something that might one day come to  simple to use your attention in a way you would rather it did not. easy to install A survey carried out by the Commission for Health flexible enough to meet the needs of any NHS Improvement (CHI, 2004) found that almost one in six trust NHS staff had experienced physical violence at work in fully computerised, so there is no possibility of the last year, mostly from patients. Staff most at risk are

Journal

Mental Health Review JournalEmerald Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 2004

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