Lone Worker Awareness

Edify Training
Delivery Method: Face-to-face

Working alone presents additional risks to workers yet through effective assessment and planning these can be significantly reduced. This training course provides a forum for delegates to focus on the dangers that can exist in lone working and provides guidance on simple but effective steps that can be taken to maximise their safety.

Introductions
  • Course overview & expectations
Course Content
Potential hazards of lone working
  • equipment
  • travel
  • meeting others
  • feeling unwell
  • extreme weather
  • special circumstances (working while pregnant, while on medications etc)
Risk assessment
Planning for safety
Managing an angry episode
Case study
Action list
Course Summary & Evaluation

The tragic case of estate agent Suzy Lamplugh, who disappeared in 1986 after arranging to meet an unknown client, highlights the real dangers that can be present in lone working.

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