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Lone Working (Managers)
This course covers the definition of lone working, provides examples of various lone worker types, explores the need for additional safety measures and potential dangers they may encounter. It also outlines the legal responsibilities for managers employing or supervising lone workers.
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35 minutes
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Self-Led Online
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If you're responsible for overseeing lone workers, ensuring their safety requires additional measures.

This course provides insights into various types of lone workers, potential risks they might encounter, and highlights the legal responsibilities of managers overseeing lone workers, ensuring a practical understanding of compliance and safety measures.

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Self-led online courses include
Support for over 100 languages
Mobile-friendly design for playback on any device
Progress tracking and pass/fail tests
Automatic, remote updates to keep content fresh
Playback speed controls to speed up/slow down the video
Closed captions which can be turned on/off
This course covers
  • What the term “lone working” means
  • Some examples of the different types of lone workers
  • The reasons why lone workers need additional safety requirements and the dangers they may face
  • Legal responsibilities of Managers who employ or supervise lone workers
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