Personal Safety Training for Lone Workers

Conflict Management and Personal Safety training for lone workers: Social Workers, Housing Support Officers, Charity Workers, Support Workers, Receptionists, Office Staff, Retail or any customer facing roles

View courses

Personal Safety Training for Lone Workers Overview:

The Health and Safety Executive (HSE) defines work-related violence as: Any incident in which a person is abused, threatened or assaulted in circumstances relating to their work. According to the HSE Lone Working is the factor which is most strongly associated with the risk of assaults at work HSE information for Lone Workers. This can include verbal abuse or threats as well as physical attacks. The impact of work violence can hugely impact on staff moral, productivity as well as moral and legal impacts.

Our training helps staff to better manage work related violence and develop skills to improve their conflict management and communication. It also encourages staff to take pro-active and reactive steps to maintain their personal safety.

Our Lone Worker personal safety course raises staff awareness to the risks within their role and gives them strategies to reduce the risk to a reasonable level.

View courses

Are you an individual? Head to our individual's section for more information.

Can't find what you're looking for?
We're here to help.

Call 01476 979183 to talk to a training advisor who can help with your training needs.
Email us [email protected]

Get in touch

Latest stories
and insights

Able Training Autism Awareness Week

What is FASD? (Foetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorder)

The varying effects of alcohol have been observed by human civilization for thousands of years. Its use is often varied, having a place in all levels of society and utilised consistently in medicine, religion, and social ritualism. The eternal contradiction between alcohol as essential for pleasure yet being a catalyst for pain and societal evil, is found throughout much…

Able Training Autistic Pride How Autistic People Have Influenced Human Culture

How Autistic People Have Influenced Human Culture

This month plays host to the worldwide celebration of Autistic Pride Day.  The 18th June saw organisations and people across the globe come together to connect with one another through various events, with the aim to celebrate autistic diversity and to demonstrate to allistic (non-autistic) people that those with autism are unique individuals, and not…

Able Training Mental Health in the Workplace

Mental Health in the Workplace and Mental Health First Aid

The 13th May see’s the start of this year’s Mental Health Awareness Week.  In today’s increasingly knowledgeable and tolerant society, there’s still a whole lot of social stigma surrounding mental health. Mental health is conventionally defined by a person’s level of psychological well-being or the absence of mental illness – mental illness referring collectively to…

Able Training Autism Awareness Week

Autism Awareness Week

This year sees the return of National Autism Week, and the 10th Anniversary of the Autism Act in England.  Pioneered by the National Autistic Society (NAS), the goal of National Autism Week is to raise public awareness and draw attention to the 700,000 people living with autism within the UK, and to help make the…

View Blog

Ready to get started?

Contact us
View all courses