Lone Working - Managers
An interactive and engaging online course on lone working and the responsibilities of the Managers who supervise them.
If you supervise or manage lone workers, you will almost certainly need to take additional measures to keep them safe. This course describes the different sorts of lone worker and the risks they might face; it reviews the legislation and legal responsibilities, explains how to assess risks and the kinds of safety measures that can be put in place to keep lone workers safe. The course is ideal for Managers who are involved in writing their organisation’s lone working policy.
Figures suggest that there are 6 million lone workers in the UK alone, so employers need to be aware of their specific responsibilities.
This course covers:
- what the term “lone working” means
- some examples of the different types of lone workers
- the reasons why lone workers need additional safety requirements and the dangers they may face
- legal responsibilities of Managers who employ or supervise lone workers
"It is the lone worker who makes the first advance in a subject: the details may be worked out by a team." Alexander Fleming
Managers of Lone Workers