Lone Worker Safety training – Don’t allow your employees to be vulnerable!
Small things account for big risks when you are working alone, particularly if the environment is “off-site” and unknown to you. These risks need to be addressed in order to ensure the personal safety of lone workers.
If you are a health visitor, care worker, taxi driver, meter reader, transport or delivery worker, emergency services or security worker, to name but a few, you will need to know the risks associated with your particular job, the practical control measures you can employ, and have a toolbox of strategies at hand to tackle conflict or aggression.
The Role of the Lone Worker;
Boundaries of that Role;
What influences the Risks we take;
Defining Acceptable Behaviour;
Spotting Danger Signals;
Reporting Near Misses Or Incidents;
“Back Up” and policies;
We offer this training in-house for companies and will tailor the content of the course to suit your individual requirements, please feel free to give us a call for further information