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Updates from Consult Carswell
By Brian Kreissl
|Canadian HR Reporter|Last Updated: 03/07/2010

Checking on people working alone

WorkSafeBC has recently revised health and safety guidelines for people who work alone in British Columbia. Employers are responsible for checking the well-being of people who work in isolation. This can be particularly challenging if employees work in remote locations with little or no access to telephone services. In those cases, employers may be required to use tracking devices, satellite phones or radio transmitters to check on employees.

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