This course has been designed to give Participants a competence for undertaking lone working in the rural environment. This training event will be delivered by Highland Hill Associates.
Course content will include defining in law what constitutes Lone Working, actions to negate hazards to lone workers, competent risk assessment for lone workers, supervision and emergency planning. It will also look at modern technologies roll in keeping lone workers safe.
- What constitutes lone working?
- The purpose and objectives of a lone working policy
- The importance of being aware of risks
- How the Health & Safety at Work Act relates to lone working
- How the maintenance of boundaries and good practice impacts on lone working
- Linking risk assessment and management with lone working
- The role of supervision, team working
- Adopting a rational approach and building in safety strategies
- Dealing with potentially challenging situations
The course credit is based on formative assessment; on successful completion, a certificate of attendance will be awarded by Highland Hill Associates.
Please bring a packed lunch - onsite Cafe facilities also available.
Suitable for 18+
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Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership
Living Lomonds is a landscape conservation programme being delivered by the Living Lomonds Landscape Partnership (LLLP), an association of organisations in Fife and Perth & Kinross.
Our aim is to re-connect people with the living legacy of the Lomond and Benarty Hills through a range of community based activities, volunteering opportunities and projects.
The Living Lomonds area includes the Lomond Hills Regional Park, Lochore Meadows Country Park and surrounding areas.