Lone Worker Protection Course

Welcome to the iSMTA Lone Worker Training course. Lone workers may face many hazards during their working day, however many don’t have adequate training to deal with such hazards. Training is particularly important where there is limited supervision to control, guide and help in situations of uncertainty.Training may be critical to avoid panic reactions in unusual situations. Lone workers need to be sufficiently experienced and understand the risks and precautions fully.

Lone Worker Training Duty of Care

Employers should set the limits to what can and cannot be done while working alone. They should ensure employees are competent to deal with circumstances, which are new, unusual, or beyond the scope of training, for example how to handle aggression, or how to be more security aware. iSMTA has dedicated a lot of time in developing the first interactive lone worker training program combined with our partner Country Intelligence Platform (CiNPLAT) this course used in connection with the panic alarm systems and redefines Duty of Care of lone workers.

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Course Delivery

This course is distance learning via e-learning, with the support of a dedicated tutor. For optimal experience you will be required to have access to the following:
  • A PC or Laptop running Windows XP and above, or a Mac running OSX
  • web browser such as Internet Explorer 7 or above (IE9 is recommended), Google Chrome, Firefox 3 or above, or Safari. Cookies and JavaScript will also need to be enabled
  • If you are using a tablet or smartphone, then applications can be downloaded to enable optimal delivery (these applications will be prompted by our system, when required)
  • nternet connection speed of at least 256k, 3G or 4G, but we recommend over 1Mb
Assisted learning provides email/telephone support, plus online interaction with your tutor.
Please contact us for more information on this course.
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