Lone Working in Healthcare
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Everyday thousands of people working in the healthcare sector will be exposed to situations where they are left alone with patients or other members of the public.
This is an integral part of working in a caring profession as doctors, physiotherapists, health visitors, outreach workers and many others meet people who need help and often depend on a one-to-one
consultation. In addition, people such as researchers, laboratory technicians, administration staff and receptionists have roles that take them away from their colleagues for significant periods.
Having completed the module you should know:
what lone working is, and why it is an issue worth finding out about
what responsibilities your employer has to you, and what responsibilities you have too
the basic process of how people's roles are assessed to see what potential risks exist from lone working
some of the key questions you can ask yourself in order to assess your own situation each time you work alone
how to act and what precautions to take in order to reduce the risks of lone working
Welcome and Learning Objectives
Introduction to Lone Working
Employer and Employee Responsibilites
Assessing the Risks
The content of this course has been independently certified as conforming to universally accepted Continuous Professional Development (CPD) guidelines.
On completion of this course you will be able to download a College certificate.
Approximately 2 hours. The length of time taken depends entirely on how quickly you can study and absorb the material. You can proceed as quickly or slowly as you like.
This module will be of benefit to anyone working in the healthcare sector.
There are no specific entry requirements for this course