Date(s) – 03/09/2019
10:00 am – 2:00 pm
CAVS 18 Queen St. Carmarthen SA31 1JT
This course is designed to make learners aware of protecting themselves in a lone working environment and the importance of reporting and recording incidents.
- Identifying potential areas of risk to the lone worker in different types of workplaces and sectors. Bespoke to them.
- Assessing day to day risks to their personal safety (Dynamic Risk Assessment)
- How to summon help in an emergency and buddy system
- De-escalation techniques for managing aggressive behaviour
- Lone Worker Policy & safe systems of work, equipment etc.
- Handling violence exit strategies etc.
- Why it is important to report and record incidents and near misses
- What to do after being affected by violence
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