This training is for health and support care staff working in settings such as Care Homes, Hospital Wards, Day Centres, or supporting an individual in their own home, where they are lone working and not directly supervised
The training defines what lone working is and outlines the legal requirements of both the employer and employee.
Assessment of risk is particularly important for lone workers and this training also incorporates dynamic risk assessment and teaches the learner what this is and how to carry it out.
Safety measures are covered where the learner is able to see how risk is managed and minimised in various work settings. Aftercare is also very important following any incident while lone working and the last module of this course deals with this topic.
Course Duration: 45 Min