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Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment Training

Outline

A properly implemented programme of risk assessments can assist in the prevention of injuries, fatalities, property damage incidents and other losses. This not only helps to prevent human loss and suffering but also assists the effective management and finance of any business or organisation.
Apart from the corporate and personal benefits arising from risk assessment, employers have a legal duty to make suitable and sufficient assessments of the risks to the health and safety of employees, non-employees and the self-employed.

Description

The course will cover:

  • Legal requirements
  • Principle of risk assessment (Identifying hazards, Decide who can be harmed, Evaluate the risk, Decide if existing control are adequate)
  • Risk severity vs. risk likelihood
  • Records and Reviews
  • Current risk assessment methodology within the London Borough of Haringey
  • Risk assessment forms and risk matrix – prioritisation
  • Examples/Practical

Outcomes

The Risk Assessment course is designed for staff and managers required to carry out risk assessments.
It provides useful information on assessing risks and identifying suitable control measures. The course will cover different risk assessment processes and how different situations will require different assessments.

Booking Information

Delegates will receive a Certificate of Attendance on successful completion of the course.
It is recommended that this course is refreshed at least every three years or where a review is required.
£100 per delegate (50% discount if in H&S SLA). Please note that none-attendance fee will be applied in full (£100) if place is not cancelled 72h in advance.

Audience

Anyone with a responsibility to conduct risk assessments.

13 Jun 2019 09:30 - 12:30

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Health and Safety for Schools
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Date and Time

13 Jun 2019 09:30 - 12:30

Venue

Alexandra House, Level 3, Meeting Room 2, Station Road, Wood Green, London N22 7TY

Trainer

Ian Hardwick