Lone Worker Safety in a Rural Environment Training
- What constitutes lone working?
- The purpose and objectives of a lone working policy
- The importance of being aware of risks
- How the Health & Safety at Work Act relates to lone working
- How the maintenance of boundaries and good practice impacts on lone working
- Linking risk assessment and management with lone working
- The role of supervision, team working
- Adopting a rational approach and building in safety strategies
- Dealing with potentially challenging situations
Duration – ½ Day
On successful completion, all students will be awarded a certificate of attendance, to allow employers or the self- employed to maintain competency records.
*(All prices based on the client providing a basic venue on site)
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