Risk Assessment TRaining Course
A risk assessment is a systematic process of evaluating the potential risks that may be involved in a projected activity or undertaking. Risk assessments are vital to protect your workers and your business. This Risk Assessment course will provide participants with skills needed to comply with the law.
This course should be of particular interest to personnel in the company who are responsible for conducting risk assessments. Participants in any sector can undertake this training; risk assessments are not industry-specific. However, this onsite course can be customised to your company’s needs and requirements.
Available as an Onsite Course
NOT Available as a Public Course
- Meet legal duties to carry out ‘suitable and sufficient’ risk assessments.
- This risk assessment training course puts an emphasis on practical exercises.
- Our course is suitable for anyone with responsibility for undertaking risk assessments, particularly line managers, supervisors and safety representatives.
- This risk assessment training will help your business to comply with the law.
- Delegates will receive a thorough grounding in risk assessments.
- An introduction to risk assessment
- Legal requirements
- Objectives of risk assessments
- The stages of risk assessment
- Practical exercises (based on your organisation’s samples)
A maximum of 12 participants can attend each Risk Assessment training session.
Risk Assessment training sessions are usually a 1-day in duration.
However, as this is a bespoke course, the duration of this course varies as it is content led.
On successful competition of the Risk Assessment course participants will receive a House Certificate. The certification will expire after 3-years.
Course Entry Requirements
There are no special entry requirements for participants associated with this course.
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