We start looking at risk assessment by the definitions and explanations of what it really means, which opens then into what is expected of us in providing assessments.
To achieve this, you need tools at your disposal that enable you to carry this out, we include examples of assessments in the course to illustrate how best we can use the knowledge in assessing and determining risk.
Risk assessments are now a common legal requirement in workplaces and the identification of risk, management of risk and mitigation of risk now means organisations need to have individuals within their companies who are trained and competent in carrying out the risk assessments. This training course is aimed at any company department(s) or individuals who will be expected to carry out risk assessments as part of their role in the workplace.
To introduce, define and cover the processes of Risk Assessing so you can effectively identify, define and manage risk in the workplace covering topics including:
- Definition and Exploration
- Hazard, Activities & Risk
- Risk Evaluation
- Risk Assessment & Dynamic Risk Assessment
- Recording your results
- Policies and Procedures
Specifications course taught to:
Course is taught to achieve intended regulations as specified in ICAO Annex 19 & ICAO Doc 9859 Part 1 Chapter 2.4
Should you require assistance in setting up a workplace risk assessment policy then please contact us email@example.com as we also offer a course that is aimed at initially setting up a workplace risk assessment policy,this course includes example forms and policies that you can use for your own purpose.
Suggested duration for completion is 4 hours.
Interval for continuation
There is no requirement to have interval continuation training for this course, although we suggest dependant on your frequency of risk assessing – refreshing the training if you have not carried out a risk assessment for a period of 6 months or greater.
Method of Delivery
Online via Computer Based Training; for classroom or instructor lead training please contact us firstname.lastname@example.org