Community workers working in potentially volatile situations. Typical attendees include:
charity workers, outreach workers, drug alcohol and sexual health workers, youth
club organisers, enforcement officers, park rangers, event staff.
This training is designed for employees who are either new to the lone worker role
or have a long history of working alone. The environment that lone workers are exposed
to is becoming more hostile. Lone workers are exposed to numerous risks including
human and environmental. Many of these risks can be significantly reduced by training.
It is important for employees to take personal responsibility for their own personal
safety as part of a department and corporate approach. As an employer Lone Worker
Safety Training will help you to fulfil your moral, practical and legal responsibility
to protect your workers.This course includes a mix of de-escalation strategies, tactical
awareness, Lone worker safety and Level 1 Breakaway.
All Blue Concept physical training courses are delivered by fully qualified General
Services Association (GSA) tutors.
Participants will learn effective physical interventions in a safe and professional
“The PMVA Breakaway session was great and I now have much more confidence in protecting
myself.” Alison Green – Drug councillor
“The strategic planning content was most useful.” Alex Zeffirellie – Homeless Ministry
“There have been times when I felt really vulnerable but after today’s training I
can see how I can keep myself safe.” Susan Wood – Youth event organiser
Lone Worker & Community Worker Safety Training Course