Lone Worker Safety Training
Effective lone worker safety training is of such immense importance as it is THE most effective way of improving the personal safety of those working without direct supervision.
However, if you are currently looking for a provider of lone worker safety training, then please make sure you select a firm or person who really understands this subject absolutely perfectly well. Unfortunately we feel there are too many professionals out there who see this as a great opportunity to make money.
Based on numerous years of operational frontline experiences in a number of domestic frontline sectors and years of training government agencies around the world, we have been able to develop an excellent list of UK based lone worker safety training providers.
We are more than happy to suggest to you who we feel is the best possible person or firm to help you reduce the risk of workplace violence and improve the personal safety of your lone workers.
Please contact us and email email@example.com or call
+44 (0) 845 5193 953
Key topics of good lone worker safety training:
- What are your responsibilities in terms of Health and Safety legislation and the new Corporate Manslaughter and Homicide Act and how can you ensure you are fulfilling them?
- What is it about Lone Working that increases the risks?
- Practical tools for assessing the risks during the working day.
- What measures can you take to help keep safe?
- Exploring practical strategies for travelling out and about.
- Tracing systems - How to monitor the lone worker to his/her benefits
- Raising personal awareness of the causes of aggression and body language to spot when situations or people are potentially a threat to your safety.
- Effective lone worker safety training must prepare you also for: “What if things go wrong?”
- Coping with verbally aggressive incidents and defusing situations before they get out of control.
- Practical tools for assessing the risks within your organisation.
- Guidance on who needs to do what and why.
- Designing effective procedures and working practices - what measures can you take to help keep staff safe?
- Personal Strategies - what can individuals do to help keep safe?
- Using dynamic risk assessments and personal awareness to spot when situations or people are potentially a threat to your safety.
Please come to see us at this year's LONE WORKER SAFETY 2013 Conference & Exhibition at The Olympia Conference Centre (London) on Tuesday, 27th November 2013.
There you will find a) the answers to most of your questions, and b) meet some of the UK's leading professionals and experts of lone worker safety training.
Hope to see you there.