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Risk assessment is the starting point for effective health and safety risk control programmes for all employers seeking to identify risks and reduce injury or loss potential.
The law requires all employers to conduct adequate and appropriate risk assessments of all work activities and introduce measures to minimise or control those risks. For many employers it is seen as an opportunity to evaluate business risks, eliminate or reduce risks where possible and more importantly seek to reduce losses and insurance costs.
All employees having specific responsibilities for other staff or work activities, ideally supervisors, team leaders or managers would benefit from the training.
Delegates completing the course will:
Accident causation theory
The value of near miss investigation - how to learn from accidents
The use of statistics in the process of risk assessment
The concept of hazard, risk and probability
Cost benefit analysis
Understanding risk assessment
Classification of risks
Risk assessment - practical exercise
How to consider the options
Substances, Display Screen Equipment, Manual Handling, Workplace and Work Equipment
Note: This course can be tailored to meet your exact needs. For further information or to obtain a quotation contact Line Business Services Ltd on 0117 986 2194
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