Lone Worker

Lone Worker

Course Aim

Lone workers are defined as those who work by themselves, without close or direct supervision in a range of situations and locations. They are entitled to safe working conditions which should be identified through carrying out risk assessments.

A care professional visiting senior woman indoors at home, helping her to walk.

Course content

Risk assessment for lone working.
Violence and lone working.
Stress and poor mental health.
Personal safety when lone working.
Travelling safely.
Monitoring training and supervision of lone workers.

learning outcomes

Understand what lone working is.
Identify the risks to lone workers.
Understand how to reduce risks associated with lone working.
Identify the importance of monitoring lone workers.


delivery styles

This course can help you to reduce risks improve care help others ...

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