Do you know the concepts of a safe working environment?

8 Nov, 2013

Remember, remember the 5th of November! We certainly will, it was our first Risk Assessment Training Course  held at our new training facility at our offices in Worcester.

Do you feel attending our Risk Assessment Training Course would be of benefit to your business?

Here is an idea of what the course covered:

  • Concepts of risk and hazard.
  • Concepts of a safe work environment.
  • Hazard identification and differentiation between hazard and risk.
  • Principles of risk control/s – workplace precautions.
  • Safety law and risk assessment legislation.
  • Risk assessment, risk analysis and risk management.
  • Risk Assessment and the relationship with BS OHSAS 18001:2007.
  • Question and answer sessions throughout.

Here’s what one of the delegates had to say about the course:

Following my recent experience of the ‘Risk Assessment’ Training Course, I felt that this was a great value session, which covered a lot of ground over its half day duration.  The number of candidates was just right; giving everyone time to participate and share advice on how their very different organisations handle the challenges they face with Health and Safety in the workplace.

The trainer was extremely approachable and helpful, tailoring his presentation to those participating on the course.  For me, as a risk assessment rookie, the course was clear and concise and particularly good at demystifying the terminology and processes.  Most importantly, on completing the course, I felt confident within my own abilities to carry out a risk assessment, and monitor the results thereafter.

I would thoroughly recommend this course to others, as an introduction to Risk Assessment and health and safety in the workplace, and particularly as a tool to managers who are becoming increasingly accountable in this area.

Within the training the delegates took part in hands on exercises with the aim of raising hazard awareness whilst always linking these nicely in to risk assessment and risk analysis.

Phillip Grant who led the Risk Assessment Training commented:

‘This was not only an exercise of teaching risk control; risk assessment but very much became a sharing opportunity with the wealth of experience of attendees. There were those never having completed a risk assessment to those managing health and safety for their businesses’

‘There was good participation from all who attended and most importantly the design of the course was to steer clear of power-point and it simply becoming a reading of power-point exercise. I believe this worked well overall’.

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We are now booking courses for 2014, they include:

Risk Assessment (1/2 day)

Quality Manager Training Day (1 day)

Environmental manager Training Day (1day)

Employee Briefing (1/2 day)

Internal Auditor Training (2 days)

For more information please contact the offices on 01905 670 303, email admin@isoqsltd.com for more information or visit www.isoqsltd.com/training

 We look forward to meeting you soon…

ISO Quality Services Ltd are proud to specialise in the implementation and certification of the Internationally recognised ISO and BS EN Management Standards.

Do you want to get ahead of your competition? Win more tenders or save time and money on reoccurring issues? Contact us today on 0330 058 5551 or email info@isoqsltd.com.

Alternatively, you can request a quote by filling out our enquiry form and a member of our team will be in touch shortly.

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