|Reason for cancellation||Low Numbers|
|Event/course Code||SFVSS 20/176
|Event/course type||Training course|
|Event Introduction||The latest Statistics released by the Health and Safety Executive for 2018/19 show:
• 111 workers were killed at work (2019/20)
• 581,000 of workers suffered injuries
• 28.2 million days were lost due to work related illness and workplace injury
The above statistics and more information can be found on the Health and Safety Executive website http://www.hse.gov.uk/statistics
There obviously is a significant financial and moral cost to these sorts of incidents occurring. Risk assessment is a fundamental tool, which, when used effectively, can drive down accidents and incidents of work related ill health.
This one-day course will provide participants with an overall understanding of risk assessment, including its purpose, legal context and the process involved. The session is appropriate for staff who are involved in or leading on risk assessments in their organisation.
This course is delivered virtually as a webinar via zoom, the course includes interactive polls to test candidate knowledge and incorporates a range of interactive sections to make the course more enjoyable.
Please note the online course and joining instructions will be sent to you prior to the course start time. We recommend that all delegates log in to the session in plenty of time to avoid any technical delays.
|Event Content||This course is a must for any member of staff involved in any way in health and safety. From fire safety, to classroom safety, to the use of equipment, risk assessments need to be completed for a variety of aspects of working life. Even if staff are already completing risk assessments this course is a great way of developing their assessment skills and also giving them opportunity to discuss any concerns.
The course has one topic to focus on and that is risk assessment. The course material is broken down into the following clearly defined sections:
• Definitions of hazard and risk
• Accident statistics, including financial and moral cost of accidents
• The law
• How to undertake an assessment
• Evaluating risk
• Managing and controlling risk
In addition to the above the moral, legislative and financial reasons for maintaining high standards of Health and Safety will be shared and understood along with the concept of hazard and risk. On completion of the ‘Risk Assessment’ course, the participant will have the knowledge and understanding to undertake risk assessments. The course will contribute to a good ‘skills toolbox’ for those that need to build up their health and safety professional development portfolio.
Recent feedback from the course has been as follows :
“it helped me to have my eyes open and see any possible danger and it's consequences clearly, also it helped my setting to update risk assessments and change the way we do them”.
The trainer uses examples from their wide range of experience to supplement the information on the presentation slides. Since interaction is key to successful learning the trainer will engage with delegates and encourage discussion on examples from their own place of work.
The course will be delivered by one of RB Health Solutions highly qualified and experienced consultant Jamie Wisby. RB Health and Safety Solutions Limited have been providing high quality Health and Safety Advice and Training to companies, local authorities and individuals since 2003 , and are proud to be rated as outstanding by IOSH.
Please note It is essential that all candidates have access to adequate IT facilities as well as a good internet connection. Ideally candidates should sit the course using a laptop or desktop that has an adequate audio microphone and camera facility.
|Event Learning Outcomes||By the end of the session delegates will be able to:
• Identify the need for risk assessment from a legal, moral and financial perspective
• Explain the terms hazard, risk, likelihood and severity
• Recognise the Quantum of Risk; a balance of risk versus cost, time, effort, etc.
• Recognise hazards and how to manage them
• Follow the 5 steps to risk assessment and have the confidence to undertake a risk assessment
|Expiry Date||Friday 22 September 2023|
|Course categories||Health and Safety|
|Event/course administrator||Workforce Development (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
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