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This course will give an overview of using risk assessments to manage health and safety at work and to consider what might cause harm to people.
At the end of this course, the learner will be able to:
- Describe what the aim of a risk assessment is
- Describe how to identify hazards
- Understand how to record a risk assessment
- Risk Assessments – Course Introductions
- Introduction to Risk Assessments
- Different Types of Risk Assessments
- Why are Risk Assessments Important?
- Risk Assessments in the UK
- Who is Responsible for Risk Assessments?
- Employers and Risk Assessments
- When Should a Risk Assessment be Completed?
- Step One – Identify Potential Hazards
- Step Two – Identify who might be harmed
- Step Three – Evaluate risk severity and establish precautions
- Step Four – Implement changes and record findings
- Step Five – Review your risk assessment and reassess
- Risk Assessment in Practice
Who is this course for?
This online course has been written at an introductory level 1 for all levels that fit the criteria to take training as part of their role. This includes:
- Refresher training
- Knowledge enhancement
It is suitable for the following:
- All individuals who want to improve their knowledge and understanding of risk assessments
- Health Care workers
- Nurses, Doctors, Ambulance services, clinical and non-clinical workers
- Social Care Workers including Councils, Carers and Care assistants
- Youth workers including activity leaders, passenger transport and volunteers
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