Lone working (online for teams)

In-house course
SKU
LWOT

Explore the practical and emotional issues faced by lone workers and their managers, and build on good practice to increase safety and manage risk.

This is available as a 1/2 or 1 day online course delivered in-house (for teams).

Explore the practical and emotional issues faced by lone workers and their managers, and build on good practice to increase safety and manage risk.

Using real scenarios, participants develop strategies and tools to support dynamic risk assessment; promoting personal safety, managing risks around allegations and protecting staff wellbeing to create a safer, healthier lone working environment.

    Also available for teams in-house (we come to you).

    Course aims

    To enable participants to explore the practical and emotional issues relating to lone working in a safe environment with opportunities to share and build on good practice

    Course objectives

    By the end of the session participants will have had opportunities to:

    • Discuss a range of lone working situations
    • Consider how and where to raise lone working issues
    • Think about practical solutions to areas of risk assessment
    • Consider how and why professional boundaries are important in lone working
    • Gain a basic understanding of stress management

    Venue info:

    This course is delivered online (for teams)

    Trainer: Clare Lucas

    "Highly relevant, practical training. I really enjoyed the day!"


    "Useful to look at risk assessment and take into account risks that I wouldn’t previously have considered. Very good day. Thank you."


    "I’ve gained more awareness about risk and lone working, different ways of assessing risk and approaches to de-escalation of risk."


    "Refreshed my knowledge and increased awareness of my personal safety. The whole session was useful."


    "The day brought together a range of ideas, information and approaches that I will use in supervising lone workers and safety planning as a team. A very enjoyable day and helpful to revisit this subject."