Risk Assessment Process


16 October 2024 - 14:00

Online (Zoom)

This is a key Health & Safety course to explain what Risk Assessments are, as well as the process to perform them. It is ideal for anyone with Health & Safety, HR and/or line management responsibilities.

Employers have a legal duty to assess the risks to the health and safety of their employees or to any other persons not in their employment who may be affected by the workplace or workplace activities.

The law states that a risk assessment must be ‘suitable and sufficient’, i.e. it should show that:

• a proper check was made

• identify who might be affected

• deal with all the obvious significant risks, taking into account the number of people who could be involved

• the precautions are reasonable, and the remaining risk is low

• involve staff or their representatives in the process

Risk Assessments are integral to almost all H&S in the workplace, and knowing how to undertake a risk assessment is key to ensuring risks are eliminated or controlled.

Course Objectives include:

• Understand the risk-assessing process

• The importance of Risk Profiling

• Understand the five steps of risk assessing

• The importance of recording significant findings

• How to use the findings to inform the risk assessment process

• When to review a risk assessment

More about this event

This is an online event. You will be required to register with Zoom before you can join. This is a free and simple process but does take a few minutes. Please do this at your convenience before the day of the event.

We will send you a Zoom invitation the day before the event.

Please let us if you have any accessibility requirements we can help with. When completing your registration in the checkout page, please let us know your needs and, where possible and with sufficient notice, we will do our best to accommodate them.

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