Risk Assessment Training

Our online Risk Assessment course explores why risk assessments matter and what you need to do to write an effective one

Key Learning Points:

  • Why risk assessments matter
  • The difference between hazards and risks
  • Why control measures are important
  • The hierarchy of control measures
  • What makes an effective risk assessment
Risk Assessment Training
Risk Assessment Training
Risk Assessment Training
Risk Assessment Training
Risk Assessment Training
Risk Assessment Training

Course Overview

Effective risk assessments are a vital way to keep your staff, and the public, safe from work activities.

Our Risk Assessment course is designed to give you the information you need to write a good risk assessment. It looks at risks, hazards and control measures, highlighting the important information you need to identify risks and the appropriate measures to minimise them.

Course Details

  • Course duration: 30 minutes
  • Part of our Risk Assessment collection of courses
  • Multiple-choice question assessment
  • Certificate on completion
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Course Contents

Our Risk Assessment course is broken down into three modules and an assessment. These are:

What is a Risk Assessment?
What is a Risk Assessment?
Workplace hazards that are not properly controlled can cause injury, illness and high costs for the employer. Risk assessments are a key way of making sure employees and the public are protected. This module explores the definition of a risk assessment, where the responsibility for them lies and the HSE’s “five steps” to risk assessment.
Hazards and Risks
Hazards and Risks
The terms “hazards” and “risks” are often used interchangeably but they actually refer to different things. Writing an effective risk assessment relies on assessing situations that might cause harm. This module covers some examples of hazards and how to identify them.
Control Measures
Control Measures
Control measures are put in place to reduce risks and help prevent harm. This module explores the hierarchy of controls, from the types of control measure that eliminate the problem entirely to those that only protect the individual directly affected. It uses some common examples that you might find in any workplace.

Who Should Take This Course?

It makes sense for all employees to know about identifying risk.

  • Line managers
  • Health and safety officers
  • HR staff
  • Team leads
  • Office managers

The Assessment

Risk assessments are an important part of workplace safety. Do you know what makes an effective risk assessment? Put your knowledge to the test with our multiple-choice questions. Achieve a mark of 80% or more to pass.

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1. Individual Pricing

Number of Learners Cost (per year)
1 - 10 29 / per learner
11 - 20 25 / per learner
21 - 50 20 / per learner
51 - 100 15 / per learner
101 - 150 10 / per learner
150+ POA

Exchange rates are updated regularly but are only intended as a guide.

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If you buy all the Compliance, Health & Safety or Performance Management in a complete bundle, all features come as standard, no matter the size of your organisation!

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1 - 100 30 / per learner
101 - 200 25 / per learner
201 - 300 21 / per learner
301 - 400 18 / per learner
401 - 500 15 / per learner
501 - 750 12.50 / per learner
751 - 1000 10 / per learner
1001 - 2500 8 / per learner
2501 - 5000 6 / per learner
5000 - 10,000 5 / per learner
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The Importance of Risk Assessment Training

Risk assessments are an important part of keeping staff and the public safe. They protect people, equipment and businesses.

You don't need to be a health and safety professional to undertake a risk assessment. Many organisations complete them in-house. Our online risk assessment training explains everything you need to know to complete a thorough risk assessment that complies with the necessary legislation. By explaining how uncontrolled risks in the workplace could lead to illness, accidents, and unforeseen costs, our online risk assessment training course is perfect for managers or supervisors in charge of the health and safety of their employees.

The Importance of Risk Assessment Training

FAQ's

If you have any questions that are not covered here, please get in touch.

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What is the purpose of a risk assessment?
The purpose of a risk assessment is to spot any potential hazards and put in place a realistic plan for controlling them before they harm anybody. Risk assessments are to keep people, property and the environment safe from any damage that could result from work activities. They protect the public as well as workers.
How do you define risk?
A risk is defined, in health and safety contexts, as being the likelihood that a specific hazard will cause harm to a worker, visitor to the workplace, a member of the public or the environment. The level of risk posed by each hazard needs to be assessed so the correct control measures can be brought in.
Do remote workers need risk assessments?
Remote workers need risk assessments to make sure their health and safety is protected in the same way that office workers are. Their risk assessments should take into account their DSE use, their status as lone workers if applicable and any travel they conduct as part of their role.

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