Management of the Principles and Practice for Risk Assessment
This 2 day programme will give a detailed description to the main areas of risk assessment as part of a management system.
Employers are legally required to identify and determine health and safety systems, which are appropriate to their own workplaces. One of the most important systems is risk assessment.
Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations employers have a legal duty to make suitable and sufficient assessment of risks to the health and safety of employees and all those who may be affected. A properly implemented risk assessment programme will help determine necessary controls to eliminate or reduce risks and assist effective business management. Risk assessment plays an important part in staff commitment and business success as it promotes improved standards of health and safety throughout the organisation.
This programme will give a detailed description to the main areas of risk assessment as part of a management system. The course consists of two full day workshops, delivered over consecutive weeks, (alternative arrangements can be discussed) delegates are required to attend both workshops. Following the workshops a written assignment must be completed within a set time period.
The aim of this course is to develop the delegate’s knowledge and practical skills so as to improve competency in carrying out risk assessments under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999
The Certificate in Risk Assessment Principles and Practice comprises of six outcomes:
1. Understand the purpose for and benefits of utilising a risk assessment approach to the management of health and safety
2. Contribute to the risk assessment programme within the workplace
3. Carry out, record, monitor and review risk assessments within the workplace
4. Organise and implement a risk assessment programme where this has not already been started
5. Participate in the identification of specific training needs for the activities being assessed
6. Assist employers in meeting legal requirements and promote improved standards of health and safety within the organisation
Course Approved by the FGDP (UK) for Accreditation of 12 CPD hours and Complies with GDC Verifiable CPD Requirements.
Assessment for this course will be by means of a work-based exercise in between the two workshops. Following the workshops a work based risk assessment assignment is completed together with a delegate self-evaluation, these are tutor assessed and externally moderated. Those who achieve the required standard will be awarded The DenMed certificate in Management of the Principles and Practice for Risk Assessment
No specific prior qualifications are required for those undertaking this course. However, the nature of both the learning and assessment required is such that delegates who have attended the Principles and Practice for Risk Assessment will benefit from their existing knowledge and understanding of occupational health and safety and the fundamental aspects of risk assessment. Delegates will need the ability to analyse workplaces and work activities, the confidence and aptitude to seek addition advice and information and the capability to work as part of a team.
The course is designed for those who have a responsibility to manage health and safety systems and procedures within the workplace, for example:
- Practice Managers
- Team leaders
- Senior nurses and receptionists
- Dental practice advisors
- Dental Technicians/Clinical Dental Technicians
Course fees are tailored to your specific circumstances please contact us for the most cost effective price structure to meet your specific needs.