Risk assessment is a critical activity to help protect workers and others who come into contact with your organisation’s activities, as well as complying with the law. An effective risk assessment will focus on the risks that really matter and provide the starting point for controlling them. The requirement for risk assessment is a legal requirement; the Management of Health and Safety at Work regulations state that a workplace risk assessment must be 'suitable and sufficient’.
This is a half day workshop. The programme can be extended to a full day to allow delegates to carry out a range of real risk assessments and receive further coaching on how to improve their practice.
Who should attend?
The workshop is ideal for supervisors, line managers and safety representatives who may be required to carry out workplace risk assessments. It is ideal for staff new to the line manager’s role or to existing staff who would like to improve or refresh their skills.
What will you learn?
The main areas covered by this workshop are:
The workshop content will focus on practical application of theory and, wherever possible, risk assessments generated by the delegates can then form part of your suite of risk assessments (subject to review and approval by your safety specialist). We focus on applying the bow tie risk assessment method using our practical resources. The benefits arising from this workshop include:
Customised training - in your workplace
We can customise any of our training courses to address the specific issues faced by your industry or business. We will run the training at your workplace so you save on travel and accommodation costs.
Great - very well delivered and explained with good learning tools.
Good course to learn a different way of doing risk assessments [bow tie risk models].