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The Lone Worker Safety and Health Awareness from ClickSafety is designed to address the specific challenges faced by employees who encounter isolation within their job function. Whether a task requires remote work on the jobsite, work from home, or another solitary location, this training is designed to focus on safety and health as it pertains to isolation.
ClickSafety’s Lone Worker Safety and Health Awareness course is designed to explain basic safety and health principles and techniques, as well as regulatory standards, and best practices for management of solo and lone workers. Specific course topics include the following:
What it means to be a lone worker
Occupational safety and health risks for employees working solo
General obligations for lone workers
Best practices for lone worker safety
Resources for additional safety and health information
The Lone Worker Safety and Health Awareness course from ClickSafety is ideal for all employees who work alone or may find themselves in a situation in which they must work alone. Individuals from the following industries will specifically benefit from this course:
Warehousing & distribution
Trade & transportation
Computer programming & engineering
If you have any concerns as to whether this course is appropriate for you or your industry, please browse our full selection of online Courses and Safety Packs, call 800-971-1080, or Contact Us online.
ClickSafety’s Lone Worker Safety and Health Awareness course is designed to highlight the specific challenges faced by lone workers, while highlighting helpful strategies to mitigate risks and promote a safe and healthy workplace. Upon successful completion of this course, participants can expect to:
Understand the dos and don’ts for managing overall well-being and safety of lone workers
Know how to use technology to monitor safety and maintain communication
Identify the benefits of employing a hierarchy of controls to reduce workplace risks
Learn practical tips and links, as well as additional OSHA resources