Do you manage home care workers? It's almost impossible to ignore the daily risks care workers face when making home visits.
We've created this webinar in order to assist care workers and healthcare non-profits by providing information about the inherent risks of visiting a client's home, and how to overcome those risks.
To properly handle the potential risks that wait inside inside clients' homes, care workers need to understand what they could be facing. We provide information about what workers should be aware of in order to best protect them.
Understanding the risks of working alone is only half the battle. To stay safe, workers must know how to handle themselves and their environment. We provide key strategies for safely entering client homes, as well as advice for handling aggressive or agitated clients.
Violence against care workers is a growing problem in the industry. While no one is immune to violence, being armed with the knowledge to diffuse a hazardous situation can mean the difference between life and death.
The key to practicing safe work habits is identifying any and all risks before they ever pose a threat. We teach you how to identify these risks and what to do about them.
Heather EastmanDirector of Sales and Business Development - SafetyLine Lone Worker
To say thanks for signing up, we'll provide you with a digital copy of our newest E-book "Buyer's Guide to Work Alone Safety Technology". In this e-book, we outline the types of current Lone Worker technology and how to choose between them.
A worker armed with the knowledge to properly handle their work environment is capable of working more safely and is less likely to be injured on the job. The knowledge you'll gain from this webinar will help you on your way to a safer workplace.
Worried you may be busy during this time? We understand! You can sign up for the webinar series, and even if you can't make it we'll have a webinar replay waiting for you in your inbox!
When you enroll in this webinar series, you'll be given the opportunity to ask questions to the webinar presenter, Heather Eastman. She is incredibly knowledgeable on the challenges care workers face, and is happy to help.