Lone Worker Training is for anybody who works alone, including contractors, self-employed people and employees working remotely. Lone workers are those who work by themselves without close or direct supervision.
It is also suitable for employers/managers/supervisors who need guidance on developing a
lone worker policy for their employees.
Section 19 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 requires employers to undertake a risk
assessment of lone workers, and so this shall determine whether or not an employee may work alone.
An employer must assess whether an employee is at significantly higher risk when working alone.
Lone workers should not be at more risk than other employees. This may require extra risk control
measures. Precautions should take account of normal work and employers should have a lone worker
plan in place for situations where people work a
Contact Carnew Training and Consultancy,We provide training to ensure the safety of all employees.