Risk Assessment Course package
This Risk Assessment package will give you all the necessary skills you will need to work in the catering environment in a variety of positions, either as part of your existing role, or this could be the start of a career change!
Here you will learn the basics, through a blend of 4 courses, all related to Risk Assessment in one way or another.
This package contains 4 courses, blended together to give you a well-balanced knowledge of Risk Assessment practices.
How to Write a Method Statement
By the end of the course employees will:
- Understand what a method statement is and how it is applied in the workplace.
- Recognise the need for, and practical use of, method statements in a workplace context.
- Understand the key differences between a risk assessment and a method statement and know when and how to use one in a workplace context.
- Be able to create a method statement for use in their own workplace.
- Know how to ensure that their actions, as well as the actions of other staff members, contribute towards promoting health and safety in the workplace.
- Recognise the importance of ensuring that all staff members understand their individual role and responsibilities in the event of a health and safety incident occurring, or accident or injury taking place in their place of work.
- Be able to communicate effectively and with confidence should any staff members be unclear as to what their role and responsibilities are in the event of accident or injury occurring in the workplace.
- Recognise the need to monitor the job/task/project to ensure that the requirements of the method statement are adhered to and properly implemented.
How to Write a Risk Assessment
This course is aimed at students who have already successfully completed the How to Carry Out a Risk Assessment course and focuses on the specifics of recording any significant findings to an acceptable industry standard. It is aimed at employees whose role requires them to provide input or assist in the process of conducting risk assessments in their place of work.
- Learn what a risk assessment is and how it should be applied in the workplace..
- Recognise the need for, and practical use of, risk assessments in the workplace environment..
- Understand the key differences between a risk assessment and a method statement, and know when and how each should be used within your place of work..
- Learn how to conduct a risk assessment to the expected industry standard in your place of work..
- Explore practical ways to ensure that your actions help to promote the health, safety and welfare of all employees..
- Discover why it is so important that all those involved in an organisation’s emergency response plan completely understand their role and individual responsibilities..
- Learn how to communicate confidently and effectively should any staff member require further clarification regarding their role and individual responsibilities..
- Understand the importance of regularly reviewing risk assessments, updating where necessary and ensuring that all recommendations are adhered to and correctly applied.
Use this course to build a more expansive framework of knowledge and discover how any employee can actively contribute towards promoting the health, safety and welfare of themselves and others in almost any type of working environment.
How to Carry out a Risk Assessment
The course is aimed at:
- It is an ideal training option for those working across a broad range of industries and sectors including construction, mechanics, sales, IT and manufacturing.
- Employees whose jobs require them to provide input into the risk assessment process within a business/company/organisation.
- Those looking to expand their existing knowledge base, enhance their current career prospects and/or boost their earning potential.
- Employers/employees who wish to help promote a safer and more sustainable working environment by increasing their knowledge of health and safety and learning how this can be applied in a workplace context.
Upon successful completion of How to Carry Out a Risk Assessment, students can:
- Understand what a risk assessment is.
- Be able to carry out simple risk assessments in their own place of work.
- Identify any potential risk and hazards in the workplace.
- Identify who may be at risk.
- Ascertain what risk control measures are already in place and decide whether further measures should be implemented.
- Provide constructive input into the risk assessment process including what precautionary and protective measures should be implemented in order to reduce risks and help prevent accident or injury from occurring.
- Ensure that all potential risks have been properly assessed and that the appropriate risk control measures have been implemented to reduce these risks.
Control of Substances Hazardous to Health (COSHH) Awareness
- Designed for entry-level students who are looking to increase their knowledge of health and safety best practices when using, or exposed to, substances that can be potentially hazardous to health.
- Discover the fundamental health and safety regulations in relation to working with, or in close proximity to, hazardous substances.
- Learn why it is essential to conduct COSHH assessments in any workplace environment where hazardous substances are in use.
- Identify what constitutes a hazardous substance, and what factors need to be present in order for a substance to be classified as such. Such substances may include toxic chemicals, industrial cleaning products or any substance that contains explosive or flammable properties.
- Learn how to evaluate the potential risks posed by working with, or being exposed to, any substance that is deemed harmful to human health.
- Identify associated risks of working with hazardous substances in the workplace.
- Apply suitable controls and implement safety control strategies based on the latest health and safety legislation in order to manage and/or reduce the risk of using, working with or in close proximity to hazardous substances.
- Gain knowledge and understanding of health and safety best practices that can be practically applied in the workplace, and in any situation where hazardous substances are in use.
KEY LEARNING POINTS
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- Gain knowledge that can be applied across many sectors and industries including construction, commerce, industrial cleaning and manufacturing.
- Cost effective learning solution for those looking to increase their training and knowledge-base: option to save on travel costs, accommodation, and any expenses incurred because of time spent away from current employment.
- Flexible way of learning – choose when and where and learn at a pace tailored to each student’s individual needs.