Risk Assessments - Controlling and reducing safety risks to your employees
27.3 million working days are lost due to work-related illness and workplace injury
It is staggering how many accidents and incidents in the workplace, many leading to sickness absence, lasting damage to health for those involved or costly prosecution*, are caused through a lack of awareness of risks in the workplace and the absence of risk controls.
* HSE prosecuted 650 cases in 2014/15, leading to convictions in 93% of cases
Educating your employees to be ‘risk aware’ is essential to reducing the potential for problems occurring in the first place. As an employer, you have a legal obligation to identify and control risks to reduce the potential for harm – and that is where our Risk Assessment courses offer an excellent foundation for improving workplace health and safety.
Three of our most popular courses are listed below, and if preferred, we can tailor a Risk Assessment course purely to meet your business environment and needs.
Call us on 023 9253 8700 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for a no-obligation chat about your requirements.
Display Screen Equipment Assessor
Pains in the neck, the arms, strained eyes, headaches… Poor use of computers (desk and lap tops) presents the potential for ill health and absenteeism. Learn how to correctly assess users to adopt the right posture and IT set up, to reduce the potential for illness caused from bad habits in display screen use.
COSHH Assessment (incorporating CIEH Level 2)
Many substances in the workplace pose health risks, from what appears a harmless cleaning product through to dangerous substances. This course will show how to recognise the level of risk posed and what measures to put in place to control those risks and prevent the potential for harm.
Fire Risk Assessment
Fires in the workplace do happen. Once a fire ignites, it spreads quickly and poses a serious threat to life and assets. Learn how to conduct Fire Risk Assessments; educate your staff to reduce risks and learn how to keep controls current and relevant to the situation.« All News Articles