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While it is not always hazardous to work late or outside of regular business hours, it can mean you are working alone and/or that you are traveling to or from work after dark. Geographic areas that are bustling with activity and considered very safe during daylight hours can take on an entirely different feel when the workday ends or after dark. Whether a situation is a high or low risk will depend on your location, the type of work you do, whether or not you interact with the public, and the consequences of an emergency, accident, injury, etc. This wide variety of circumstances makes it important to assess each situation individually.
In many situations, when you are working late, you are working alone -- or the risks and solutions are similar to when you are working alone. The following OSH Answer documents on Working Alone offer more information:
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