Risk Management
Course Information
A hazard is anything that has the potential to cause harm. This could mean harm to you or others, damage to property or harm to the environment. Risk is the likelihood of that harm occurring.

Course Objectives:
The aim of this course is to prevent workplace accidents caused by incorrect manual handling. This course has been designed to give candidates an understanding of manual handling, the causes of injury, common injuries, guidance on the proper lifting techniques and the use of manual handling aids

Key Information

Accrediting Body: RelyOnNutec

Course Duration: 30 minutes

Knowledge Check: 10 questions

Learning Objectives:
  • LO1: Define risk assessment, hazards, controls and risks
  • LO2: Explain and describe the hierarchy of controls
  • LO3: Describe the concepts and techniques of risk assessment
  • LO4: Describe the steps of a typical risk assessment
  • LO5: Explain how to use a risk matrix
  • LO6: Describe additional elements of the risk assessment process
  • LO7: Explain how management of change can cause and prevent injury in the industry
  • LO8: Understand the purpose of risk intervention systems
  • LO9: Explain how to safely carry out an intervention
  • LO10: Explain the importance of reporting and lessons learned

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