Risk Assessments for Workplace Violence or Lone Working Training
Risk Assessing Workplace Violence or Lone Working
In your own workplace or in an area of your responsibility, would you be aware of all of the risks to your staff or co workers from workplace violence? Are you even confident that you know what workplace violence is? Are your Staff or co workers aware of the risks that are out there from internal or external customers or from people that use or are affected by their services?
Do your office based staff realise that their interaction with service users may increase the risk to the public facing staff if their first interaction has not gone well and would they be aware that they should communicate this to their co workers?
Are you aware of your legal responsibilities towards your co workers and to the public in general?
Are you aware of the importance of risk assessing workplace violence specifically?
These are just a few questions that as a Manager or a responsible person you might have to ask yourself from time to time.
Our Risk Assessments for Workplace Violence or Lone Working Training will address these issues and many more and help you to clarify what is expected from you both legally and morally in keeping your staff and the public in general safe from workplace violence. This training may also keep your company and yourself safe from litigation in the future if incidents occur.
This training course will equip you with the skills to confidently Risk assess your workplace, your staff, the customer and your processes with respect to workplace violence.
Each course will be tailored to the Students that are attending it to ensure that it is bespoke and relevant to the industry that they are in.
The training will cover the following key objectives:
- The definition of workplace violence
- The legal issues surrounding workplace violence
- The five steps to Risk Assessing workplace violence
- Where and how Risk Assessments, Safe systems of work and Policies link effectively
- What to do after an incident has taken place
- The effects on Staff of workplace violence
- Relevant and current case studies of working Assessments
- Practical Assessment work through exercises and realistic case studies.
- How to ensure your Staff understand and comply with the Assessment.
Throughout the days training the learning will be interactive, fun and challenging with case studies, practical exercises and scenarios.
For further information on Risk Assessments for Workplace Violence or Lone Working Training contact us at:
Phone: 02890 393482