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Working Alone Safety


The SWIFT Library is a complete solution for the Multifamily and Property Facility Industry developed in collaboration with leading industry experts.

  • Robust Learning Management system with extensive reporting by regional VP, trainer by region, course, learner and/or custom reports
  • Full Access to a library of industry specific courses and corresponding competency tests
  • We customize and brand courses to meet your companies‚Äô specific requirements
  • Will integrate with internal systems for single sign-on
  • Supports third party training courses
  • Learner view based on job title with associated curriculum by role or individual
  • Develop up to three new courses per year

When placing hazards into one of the four major categories – Physical, Chemical, Biological, and Psychological – it’s difficult to know where exactly ‘working alone’ fits into the mix. For example, if you have a heavy object to move, working alone could be a physical hazard. If lack of social contact makes you anxious, or being alone in a store makes you fearful, then it’s more of a psychological hazard.

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Define what ‘working alone’ means under OHS guidelines,
  • Describe how working alone can be hazardous,
  • Identify the relevant OHS legislation as it applies to working alone,
  • Perform a job hazard assessment,
  • Identify the 5 most ‘at risk’ working alone job categories,
  • List safety best practices for 5 most ‘at risk’ working alone job categories,
  • Identify general hazard controls for working alone,
  • List the elements of an effective communication and check-in procedure,
  • List several robbery prevention tips,
  • List the DOs and DON’Ts of minimizing risk during a robbery, and
  • Access several resources for further information, best practices checklists and training courses.

This is a one-hour online course.

Refund Policy
We do not provide refunds, however if you have not signed into the course we will provide a credit for another course.

Any questions please contact us.