Compliance Course

Lone Worker Training


Under the health and safety at work act, employers have a legal duty to keep lone workers healthy and safe.  There are an estimated 4 million lone workers across the UK, including those working alone in business premises, especially out of hours – so it could simply be the last person working in a building at night. It includes people who work from home, mobile workers, possibly cleaners, security staff and anyone who works along for long periods.

Our lone working training course makes sure that lone workers understand the unique risks facing them – including what happens if they are taken ill.


Where is the Course?

We’ll come to you or help you find a suitable venue.

What’s covered?

Download details of our Lone Worker Training course.



Every client has unique needs.

To find out how this course can be quickly customised to fit your needs, timescale and budget please contact us.

How long is it?

The maximum duration of this course is 3 hours.

Course Enquiry

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Lone Worker Training Information

Who is this course for?

Our lone worker training course is aimed at both lone workers themselves and those who employ or contract with lone working staff or contractors.

It will ensure that your equipped to understand the specific risks and possible control measures.  No previous knowledge of health and safety or lone working is required.

This course is also a suitable refresher course.

Benefits of attending

Our lone worker training course covers:

  • the legal responsibilities of both employer and lone working employee
  • assessing risks of lone working
  • steps to control risks
  • systems and technology.

Included in the price

  • tailoring of the course to reflect your workplace needs
  • comprehensive, full colour workshop manual
  • attendance certificates
  • 3 months unlimited email support post course
  • regular health & safety updates