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Lone Workers Level 2 (VTQ)

Who can take this Course?

Healthcare, Construction, Agriculture, Forestry, Leisure


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VTQ Level 2

About the Course

As the world progresses, many jobs will be done by solo workers. And it is not just because businesses want to save on cost or are looking for ways to increase productivity. In many cases, it is safe and feasible to work alone, due to which companies implement this practice. But it is still essential for workers to know how to work safely alone.

In the Level 2 program, you will learn all about lone working, health issues, etc., as well as ways of dealing with any potential hazards that can arise from working alone.

Wikipedia identifies the following people as lone workers:

Lone workers can be People working at home, such as remote workers, affiliated marketers, and writers.

Workers in the energy industry or oil and gas industry, including upstream workers like surveyors, land managers, drillers, and midstream or downstream workers such as refinery workers and drivers,

Being on your own for a long time is a new feeling and a burden. You can barely remember the last time you used to enjoy a full day off or work with colleagues. You are now spending 8 hours each day by yourself. So it would help if you learned how t be safe and intelligent working alone. In this level 2 course, we will teach you about the law and regulations regarding lone workers at work, health & safety; and what kind of awareness you should have about your well-being too!

Construction workers, Mobile workers such as Door-to-door salesmen, truck drivers, health visitors, repair technicians, and people who work apart from their colleagues such as receptionists, retail clerks, service station attendants, real estate agents, home care nurses

Who work in any manufacturing facility people working outside regular hours such as security guards, cleaners Utility workers such as meter readers or technicians, self-employed people, people who work apart from their colleagues such as receptionists, retail clerks, service station attendants, Real estate agents, Home care nurses, People who work remotely, such as telecommuters, and people who work in the government or military

Here are some tips:

Be aware of your surroundings and watch out for potential dangers. If you're ever in doubt, don't do anything illegal or put yourself at risk. Just walk away and contact a friend, family member, or emergency services.

Stay calm if something goes wrong, and don't panic. Panic can lead to irrational decision-making and make you more likely to fall victim to an attack or danger. Remain as still as possible if someone tries to hurt you, and don't resist if they grab or restrain you.

Don't carry large sums of money or critical personal belongings when working alone. Leave them at home or in a secure place where no one can reach them. Report any suspicious behaviour or anyone who seems to be acting in a threatening or harmful way to the police or your employer. Remember to keep yourself safe by using common sense when working in unfamiliar or dangerous areas. If you can't find a clear path, stick to well-lit pedestrian areas and avoid dark alleys or isolated spots. Finally, always use caution when communicating with people you don't know. Don't share personal information such as your address or phone number. If you do find yourself in an emergency, dial 999.

We know that working alone can be scary at first, but with proper training, you will feel confident enough to handle any situation alone! Our trainers are experienced in conducting training classes, so we guarantee all class participants will walk out knowing exactly what they need to do next as solo employees.

Don't let uncertainty hold you back from enjoying some much-deserved freedom - join us today!

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