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Health & Safety Risk Assessment - Course Details

Course intro:

This Health & Safety Risk Assessment training course can be a half day or full day course, designed to provide participants with the key skills to undertake suitable and comprehensive risk assessments with their working environment. We work with your risk assessment template and staff dynamically assess risks.


Course content

  • Introduction & Course Objectives
  • Safety Statement and Risk assessment`s (Sector Specific) S19
  • Hazards and Risk classification.
  • The relevant sections of legislation, regulations, codes and standards governing risk assessment and management of hazards and risks in the workplace, to include the legal responsibilities of the employer and the employee and the consequences of non-compliance
  • Implementation of safe systems of work to include use of equipment, task analysis and assessment of current control measures, documenting process and procedure changes and reporting systems for accidents and near misses.
  • Essential safety checks in the workplace, to include, as appropriate, examination and inspection of personal protective equipment, tools, machines and other work-related equipment
  • Hazard identification, risk assessment and hazard control in the workplace
  • Undertake risk assessments for diverse risks in the workplace, to include documentation of risks, risk significance, controls such as safe systems of work and auditing.


Risk Assessment steps:

Step 1:  Identify the hazards

Step 2: Who could be harmed and how?

Step 3: Carry out a risk assessment

Step 4: Decide what precautions or controls are needed

Step 5: Record the findings and review



Intended audience

This Health & Safety Risk Assessment training course, may be beneficial to management or supervisory staff with special responsibility for Safety Matters. It would also increase knowledge for all staff in all industry settings


Entry requirements

Minimum age- 18 years old

Minimum English requirements: Leaners must be able to understand and convey the concepts contained in the programme content.