Risk Assessment

£20.00 £24.60 INC VAT

A Risk Assessment is an examination of anything that could cause harm to people in the workplace. Its primary aim is to prevent harm and reduce risk to an acceptable level.

By identifying hazards and assessing risk levels, a Risk Assessment helps determine what control measures are necessary to keep people safe. This Risk Assessment eLearning course informs users on the Risk Assessment process, why they are important, and what their responsibilities are with regard to this area.

This e-learning course only provides awareness education. Face to face training would be needed in addition in order to complete the all round skills and knowledge to be able to carry this forward practically in your organisation

Description

According to the Health and Safety Executive (HSE), all organisations have a legal duty to assess the health and safety risks of it’s employees by performing a Risk Assessment. Additionally, an organisation must also consider the health and safety of persons not in their employment but, who may visit the premises.
A Risk Assessment is an examination of anything that could cause harm to people in the workplace. Its primary aim is to prevent harm and reduce risk to an acceptable level. By identifying hazards and assessing risk levels, a Risk Assessment helps determine what control measures are necessary to keep people safe.
There are sound financial, legal and ethical reasons why companies should be aware of, and carry out, appropriate Risk Assessments. Also, effective management in this area contributes to business success. It reduces the risk of accidents and ill-health and all the associated costs.
This Risk Assessment eLearning course introduces managers to the concept of Risk Assessments.  It emphasises why they are important and what their responsibilities are.  Hazards and risks are explained. The course provides information on what factors to consider when assigning risk to a particular hazard.
This course highlights the importance of recording and maintaining records. In addition,  in the event of an accident or claim, the investigating authorities will want to know how the employers managed health and safety. Inspecting authorities can demand to see and examine the corresponding risk assessment and the procedures and controls in place.
Furthermore, delegates will learn who should carry out a Risk Assessment and how to carry out a Risk Assessment. A Risk Assessment needn’t be complicated.  It should just be suitable and sufficient for the size and type of your business.

Main sections in this Risk Assessment online training:

  • Overview
  • Risk Assessing
  • Final Test

Is it for me?

This course is suitable for all workers involved in developing a risk assessment and/or enforcing procedures in the workplace.  This applies to all employers, managers and supervisors, regardless of the industry or environment that they work in.

Course Objectives:

  • To introduce the concept of risk assessment.
  • To explain the difference between hazards and risk and what factors to consider when assigning risk to a hazard.
  • To highlight users responsibilities in relation to risk assessments.
  • To describe the risk assessment process and teach how to carry out an assessment.
  • To advise on the legal requirements to carry out a risk assessment.
  • To explain the importance of recording and maintaining risk assessment records.

Certification

This online training is RoSPA Approved. Once the 40 minute course is completed, users must take a final test consisting of 10 questions. The final test has a minimum pass rate requirement of 70%. On successful completion of the test users can download and print off a completion certificate.

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