Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Course, aligned to U/S 120330 (1C)

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Conduct Risk Assessments in the Workplace Course

“To conduct risk assessments in the workplace, involves a systematic process where professionals identify, analyze, and control hazards and risks present in a workplace. They determine which measures should be implemented to eliminate or control those risks.”

Moreover, many regulations require risk assessments. By adhering to these legal requirements, organizations can ensure a safer work environment. Additionally, regular risk assessments allow organizations to adapt to changing conditions. Furthermore, as new risks emerge, adjustments must be made to maintain a safe working environment.

“There is a clear legislative requirement for employers to conduct effective risk assessments as part of their obligations to provide a safe place of work for their employees. The most important piece of legislation in respect to this is contained with Section 8 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act 1993. Section 8 (2) (d) requires that an employer must “establish, as far as is reasonably practicable, what hazards to the health and safety of persons are attached to any work which is performed…and any plant or machinery that is used in his business”.

Course Duration: 1 day

Target Audience:

“Professionals across various industries who need to assess and manage risks effectively are the target audience for this course. This group includes safety officers, project managers, environmental consultants, quality assurance professionals, and anyone responsible for identifying and mitigating risks in their work environment.”

“This course provides valuable skills for risk analysis, hazard identification, and risk control strategies”

Course Structure:

Conduct Risk Assessments in the workplace:

  • HIRA Processes
  • Documentation
  • Hazards & Risks at the workplace
  • “Who, when, what”

Follow up Action pertaining to Risk Assessments in the workplace:

  • Remedial action
  • Follow-up action
  • Consequences of non-compliance

Certificate of Successful Completion:

In order to receive a “certificate of successful completion” you need to fulfill the following requirements:
  • Compile and submit a portfolio of evidence that demonstrates your learning during the course.