Online Risk Assessment Course is designed to provide all healthcare staff, who involved in the risk assessment processes, with comprehensive knowledge about their legal obligations with regard to managing health and safety at work. This 6-hour course meets training/ compliance requirements placed by the Health & Safety at Work (Etc.) Act of 1974, a variety of health & safety legislation (HSE and CQC Standards) on the care providers. Candidates will learn how to identify and manage a range of hazards through the use of the risk matrix/ assessment.
This course is based around a series of exercises and a safety video clip which will enable your employees to learn about the right assessment methods in the healthcare sector.
SPECIFICATIONS ONLINE RISK ASSESSMENT COURSE
The session develops learners knowledge, understanding and skills in the following areas:
- Legal obligations with regard to health and safety
- Range of hazards and the harms within the workplace environment
- Hierarchy of hazard controls that could be put in place to minimise hazards
- Risk matrix risk assessment method to prioritise where controls are needed
- Risk assessment processes in their workplace
Risk Assessment (Level 2)
Upon successful completion and return of the session’s questionnaire.
The objectives of the qualification include supporting a role in the workplace and giving learners personal growth and engagement in learning.
- Health & Safety Law
- Why Safety is Managed
- Hazard Identification
- Recognition of Harm
- Hierarchy of Risk Controls
- Numerical Risk Calculation
- Risk Assessment in Practice
- Different Types of Assessments
The intention of this regulation is to make sure that providers have systems and processes that ensure that they are able to meet other requirements in this part of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014 (Regulations 4 to 20A). To meet this regulation; providers must have effective governance, including assurance and auditing systems or processes. These must assess, monitor and drive improvement in the quality and safety of the services provided, including the quality of the experience for people using the service. The systems and processes must also assess, monitor and mitigate any risks relating the health, safety, and welfare of people using services and others. Providers must continually evaluate and seek to improve their governance and auditing practice.