Introduction to Lone Worker Safety – CPD Training

When many people think about lone workers, they imagine someone working on their own in an otherwise empty building, or at a remote location miles from the nearest civilisation!

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) defines ‘Lone Workers’ as “those who work by themselves (for part or all of their working day) without close or direct supervision” The “for part” bit of their working day is very important and easy to overlook…

Table of Contents:

  • Introduction
  • Lone working situations
  • Employer’s responsibilities
  • Legislative environment
  • Advances in Technology
  • BS 8484 – Ensuring an effective Police response
  • Basic Guidelines for Employers
  • Basic Guidelines for Lone workers
  • Resources

How to Enrol

Download the course manual (PDF Format – link below) – no registration is required. You will find the link to this page at the bottom of the course manual as well so you can return here to complete the assesment. If you decide to complete the assesment we register your details which will include any transaction history, your name and email – see our privacy policy here

CPD Award

On successful completion of the associated course assignments a CPD certificate for 5 hours study time will be issued. To pass you will need need to pass 21 of the 25 questions. Take your time, there are no trick questions! All assesments are there to ensure that you have both read and understood the course material – thats it, no hidden agenda!

Due to the nature of the study material used with this course it is recommended that you work from either a laptop or desktop PC to complete it.

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