Is it legal to work alone? Is it safe to work alone? This course is for those who work by themselves without any close or direct supervision. It will give you an insight into the risks associated with working alone and will point out control measures that can minimise them.
Learn who is termed as a ‘lone worker’ and the jobs they perform. You will also discover the duties of employers and employees pertaining to lone working.
Hazards faced by lone workers
The hazards related to lone working and the hazards faced by home workers.
Discover all about the control measures that can minimise the risks of working alone and the risks of working from home.
Who will it benefit?
This course is designed for those who want to minimise the risks associated with working alone.
How it works?
Lone working is delivered online as an interactive course to each trainee on their computers, or portable device at any internet enabled location. The interactive course is engaging, informative and exciting to use. Using up-to-date, modern graphical images, users will be faced with a selection of interactive elements and mini quizzes to test their knowledge.
Users will receive informative advice and guidance and will be tested on their understanding of the subject at the end of the course by completing the compulsory self-test.
This course also features a risk checklist which asks the user a series of questions relating to their current working environment.
Our view... This is an interactive course which lasts 25-30. It teaches you about the risks of working alone and how to minimise them. It is therefore essential for any employee who works alone.
This course provides safety and first aid related tips in the event of emergencies. It will give you an insight into the risks associated with working alone and will point out control measures that can minimise them
At the end of the course, trainees will be able to:
» Understand what ‘lone working’ means and identify the occupations that involve working alone
» Identify the hazards related to lone working and home workers
» Recognise the control measures that can minimise the risks of lone working, and list some practical tips for staying safe when working alone.
By completing/passing this course, you will attain the certificate Learning Light Certificate
Some individual e-learning courses may be available for longer.
The Expiry date will be clearly shown upon enrolment.
Please Note: Once the e-learning course is purchased it will be delivered to you immediately.
We do not offer refunds or cancellations.
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