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Many supported and sheltered housing staff work alone with some of the most vulnerable members of the community, and in some occasionally unsafe situations. This course examines ways that employers and staff can keep all employees safe at work. Course Contents Introduction and Introductions Organisational Duty of Care The Regulatory Context Constructing a Lone Worker Policy Prevention not Cure: Service specification Tenancylicence obligations Staff training and support Working in Other People's Homes Action Planning Which organisations would benefit from this course? All organisations providing housing related support services Who should attend? Front line staff and their line managers Course Duration: one day Delivery methods: Presentation, case studies, group discussion, exercises Trainer: Patricia Dearnaley

Many supported and sheltered housing staff work alone with some of the most vulnerable members of the community, and in some occasionally unsafe situations. This course examines ways that employers and staff can keep all employees safe at work. Course Contents Introduction and Introductions Organisational Duty of Care The Regulatory Context Constructing a Lone Worker Policy Prevention not...

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