Lone Working (Personal Safety)
This half-day course supports participants in developing, maintaining or reviewing lone working (personal safety) procedures and practices in their work environment. This is achieved by highlighting personal and Organisational responsibilities, as detailed under relevant legislation, and by raising their awareness of the issues surrounding lone working including potential risks associated with their individual job role.
- Raise awareness of your own personal safety issues when working / travelling alone
- Develop effective working practices
- Recognise ways of dealing with potentially aggressive situations
- Establish employer / employee responsibility to personal safety
- Identify lone worker risks associated with the participant's particular job / role
- Review what their organisation is or could be doing to reduce potential risks
- Consider what to do in an aggressive / emergency situation
- Introductions and housekeeping
- What is Lone Working?
- Employer / Employee responsibilities
- Safety at work and when travelling
- Dealing with aggression or emergencies
- Top Tips
- Useful resources and contacts
Up to 3 hours (i.e. 10am to 1pm) including a 15 minute break
TYPE OF ORGANISATION
CHARITABLE/NOT FOR PROFIT
Course delivery, training materials, handouts, evaluations and certificates for up to 16 participants.
NB: Additional travel costs may apply for any booking over 80 miles and may be invoiced separately, charged at 45p per mile for car use and / or actual costs of alternative methods of travel. Accommodation costs will be based on individual hotel bookings and will include reasonable subsistence costs dependent on location conditions, applicable at the time.