Lone Working Training Course
Lone Working in Health & Social Care Settings
This guidance is designed to advise healthcare organisations and their staff on developing, implementing and disseminating local policies and procedures that address the needs of, and minimise the risks faced by, the many different groups of staff that may have to work alone in a diverse range of environments. It also provides lone workers and their line managers with practical advice to assist in preparing for a lone worker situation.
Finally, this guidance will assist both the NHS and private employers and their staff in meeting their legislative responsibilities under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974 and the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999. Guidance on this legislation is available from the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) website, www.hse.gov.uk
Course theory content will be made available after purchasing the course
Our course is made up of 2 components.
- Course Theory
- End of Course Test