Lone Worker training is an essential part of all workplace risk management and is vital for those who employ or manage someone who is required to work in isolation from others or without direct supervision. They might be a community nurse making home visits, a globe-trotting truck driver or even home workers. You see, lone workers are exposed to specific risks that their office-based counterparts are less likely to encounter. So, it’s vital they are spotted early, and effective measures put in place.
General Audience / All Levels
- Understand common types of lone workers and the industries they work in
- Identify and assess sources of hazards and risks
- Complete suitable and sufficient risk assessments
- Manage, prevent and control the risks
- Understand lone worker safety devices
- Setting up a safe system of work
- Understand Lone worker responsibilities & have knowledge of the key legislation
- Outline the requirements & records I need to keep
You have a duty of care as an employer and must take every reasonable precaution ensuring the safety
of your lone workers and must have measures in place to mitigate risks. Treat this course as part of your
business contingency plan to protect you, your business and your workers from harm.