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Effective Lone Working Training

This lone working training will enable you to maintain safety whilst working without direct or close supervision or support out in the community, when visiting other people’s homes and working outside of normal hours.

It is important to know the difference between working alone in public places and working alone in isolated settings. For example, people’s homes, events that involve pressure, community visits and social services interviews. In this training, we will cover:

  • Assessing risks and preparing for a visit

  • Travel and environment

  • A guide to staying safe throughout your work activity

  • How to reduce risks associated with lone working

  • What to do following a lone working activity

Price:  £15.00

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