LONE WORKER TRAINING
The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 requires employers to undertake a risk assessment of lone workers, to determine whether or not an employee would be at significantly higher risk when working alone.
Lone workers should not be at any more risk than other employees, so this may require extra risk control measures being put in place. Employers must have a lone worker policy in place.
- What is a Lone Worker
- Risk Assessing Lone Workers
- Controlling the risks
- Be prepared for Lone Working
- Steps to protect yourself
- Lone working during Covid 19
- Stress, mental health and wellbeing
Who Should Attend
- Anyone who works by themselves without close or direct supervision
- Anyone working from home
- Anyone visiting another premises where they may be in contact with people unknown to them, but have no direct contact with their colleagues, supervisors or managers
- Employers, managers or supervisors who require guidance on developing a lone worker policy for their employees
- There is no formal assessment for this course
- have a good understanding of both written and verbal English
- bring photo ID with them
Duration: 1.5 Hours
Accreditation: Carnew Training and Consultancy In-house Certificate
Validity: Certificate has no expiry date
Cost: €45.00 per person (May Qualify for DSP Funding – Please enquire for further details)
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