This Lone and Remote Workers course covers the following:
Importance of Preparation
It is vital that colleagues are aware of your itinerary and journey plan so that they are aware of your whereabouts and arrangements for some kind of regular contact should be made. These are just two of the things to be considered when preparing for your day as a lone worker to avoid finding yourself in vulnerable or even dangerous situations. Learn what other things to consider in this part of the course.
A staged crash is where a criminal will deliberately crash into your vehicle and will mainly target drivers of fleet vehicles. This is because they know that the vehicle will be fully insured and the driver will not be as concerned if it was their own vehicle because it is owned by the company. Learn how to avoid or detect and keep safe if you are unlucky enough to be involved in a staged crash and how to effectively deal with this type of situation.
Learn how to consider your safety when choosing where to park your vehicle when you arrive at your destination, for example, the presence of security cameras and using well lit car parks if it is dark.
The Use of Public Transport
This part of the course covers what to consider when travelling by public transport and to prepare for eventualities if things go wrong.
Preview of the Course
Watch a sneak preview of the course for an example of the format of the course and the course content.
The price of this course is £15 + VAT per person per course.
The length of this course is 26 minutes excluding the time for the final exam.