HSE 5 Step guide including hierarchy of control and managing; people, equipment, materials and their environment. Understand the initial and residual risk factors including the likelihood and severity calculations.
This Health & Safety Management course provides an understanding of the Risk Assessment process following the HSE's guide '5 Steps to Risk Assessment'. Although this course doesn't stop there, it delves deeper into the meaning behind the thinking of 'reasonably practicable' and looks at how the term 'reasonable man' is defined.
The course explores the significant differences in law and foreseeability. It looks at what is the Duty of Care, and who does it extend to? The course also identifies vulnerabilities and disability and how they should be incorporated into the Risk Assessment process.
The Risk Assessment process includes the identification of initial risk factors and residual risk factors, and how calculations (although not compulsory) may be used to enhance your understanding and observation of priorities, and also defines and explains the Hierarchy of Control.
Provided by IBIS Training. This course explores the common failures of Risk Assessments, and addresses the four ingredients to be considered within Risk Assessments, people, equipment, materials and the environment. Three example Risk Assessments are explored, working at height, workplace driving and manual handling.
This convenient online environment provides a detailed understanding of the Risk Assessment process and Health and Safety management thinking. It's the basis for Risk Assessment in the workplace.