Risk Assesment Training NDST Ltd

Risk assesment courses from NDST

Award Level: Level 2 Certificate in Risk Assessment
Awarding Body:
British Safety Council
Course Duration:
1 Day

Overview:
The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 require employers to conduct suitable and sufficient risk assessments. The Level 2 Certificate in Risk Assessment provides formal recognition of an individual’s ability to undertake such a risk assessment in line with the Health and Safety Executive’s Five Steps to Risk Assessment. Accredited by the Qualifications and Curriculum Authority (QCA) at Level 2 in the National Qualifications Framework.

Benefits:
This is a nationally-recognised, transferable qualification based on the national occupational standards. This award allows employers to get more of their staff properly qualified to carry out risk assessments, helping them to meet their legal obligations.
The course is delivered using up-to-date and practical training, supplemented with completely new learning materials and specially developed interactive learning sessions.
Assessment is administered by the BSC Examinations department and is based around a fit for purpose task related directly to the candidate’s workplace, testing the application of learning in a practical context. Assessments are booked directly with the British Safety Council upon completion of the course.

Course Framework:
Our training utilises the very latest learning methods, with special emphasis on participative and interactive techniques. Overall, the aim of our training is to share knowledge and practical experience and, through tutor-led sessions, build on that experience so that every participant is able to manage risk assessment effectively and realistically.
The training sets out to develop sound and practical knowledge and understanding for day-to-day application in the workplace and prepares each participant for the Level 2 qualification assessment.

Course Content:

  • Reasons for Conducting Risk Assessments
  • Main Legislation Relating to Risk Assessment
  • Techniques for Collecting Evidence
  • Limitations of Techniques for Collecting Evidence
  • Identifying Health and Safety Hazards
  • Identifying Who Might Be at Harm and How
  • Calculating an Appropriate Risk Rating
  • Factors Affecting the Likelihood of Harm
  • Factors Affecting the Severity of Harm
  • Identifying and Evaluating Existing Control Measures
  • Proposing Additional Control Measures
  • Applying the Hierarchy of Controls
  • Revising a Risk Rating
  • Recording the Findings of a Risk Assessment
  • Making Recommendations Based on the Findings
  • Reviewing and Revising a Risk Assessment