Who are lone workers?
Our Highfield Awareness of Lone Working takes you through topics such as what lone working is, the risks of lone working, risk assessments and controls and the responsibilities of employers and employees.
These areas include:
Who are lone workers
Think about – who are lone workers?
What is lone working?
What should be considered?
Working from home
Understand how lone working applies to home workers,
Risks and hazards
Common risks and hazards of lone working,
The key to working safely,
Lone worker safety
Understand how to work safely alone,
Employee and employer responsibilities
Who is responsible?
Lone worker policy
How to better support your employees,
Lone working checklist
What to consider when remote working
Who is this course for?
Our Highfield Awareness of Lone Working e-learning course is suitable for all employees, where an awareness of lone working is required.
- Think about – who are lone workers?
- What is lone working?
- Working from home,
- Risks and hazards of lone working,
- Risk assessments,
- The PET assessment,
- Lone worker safety,
- Employee and employer responsibilities,
- Lone worker policy,
- Lone working checklist.
Typical Course Duration
35 – 50 minutes
Course Assessment and Certification
Our Highfield Awareness of Lone Working e-learning course is assessed by multiple-choice questions.