Do you work alone or are you responsible for people who work alone?  If so, this module is important for you, to help you understand what lone working is and apply precautions that need to be taken. 

There is no legal requirement indicating that lone working must not happen. However, a great deal depends upon the Risk Assessment which should be undertaken as part of broad duties under The Health and Safety at Work Act (1974) and The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations (1999).

Learning Outcome

The user will be able to understand what a lone worker is and what considerations need to be made when lone working.

Target Audience

The module is suitable for anyone who is a Lone Worker.

Learning Objectives

The user will understand what lone working is and who could be considered a lone worker.  You will be able to recognise how a dynamic risk assessment applies to you.  Furthermore, you will understand how to apply precautions that need to be taken when lone working. 

Course Outline

What is a Lone Worker?
Who is responsible?
Risk Assessment
Risks and Precautions
Precaution Principles

Accreditation

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