Five Steps to Risk Assessment and Method Statements
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Risk Assessment and Method Statements Made Easy
To equip delegates with the knowledge and skills to be able to carry out risk assessments effectively, in addition the delegates will be able to complete method statements within their organisations.
Who Should Attend
Any staff required to be involved in the risk assessment process, including supervisors and managers
- Moral, Legal and Financial reasons for Health & Safety
- What is a Hazard?
- What is Risk?
- What is the residual risk value?
- How to document this.
- The differences between near misses and accidents
- The 5 steps to Risk assessment
- Principles of prevention
- Control measures
- Practical exercise
- Delegates will be awarded a certificate of attendance on successful completion of assessment.
The course is normally held on client’s premises, and delivered specifically for their employees. If required, the course can be held at our premises (this may be an additional cost).
Discounted price apply for this course based on groups of 5 / 10 or a maximum of 15 delegates attending.
Travel and accommodation costs may be charged additionally if the location is outside England or Wales.