Level 3 Risk Assessment
Duration of the Programme: Two Days
Cost of Programme: £200.00 per delegate
Maximum Number of Learners: 10
The objective of the qualification is to support a role in the workplace as a risk assessor. This qualification is designed for learners with a responsibility to conduct risk assessments at low-risk premises.
It covers the principles of risk assessment, the relationship between hazard and risk and requires learners use the knowledge learned on the course by undertaking a risk assessment. Therefore, laying a foundation for further development as a risk assessor.
What you will learn:
These include the importance of health and safety in the workplace, the principles of risk assessment, the relationship between hazard and applying the hierarchy of control-to-control risk.
The Principles of Practice of Risk Assessment
- Ensuring that workers and the public are properly protected
- Enabling innovation and learning not stifling them
- Ensuring that those who create risks manage them responsibly and understand that failure to manage significant risks responsibly is likely to lead to robust action
- Providing overall benefit to society by balancing benefits and risks, with a focus on reducing significant risks – both those which arise more often and those with serious consequences
- Enabling individuals to understand that as well as the right to protection, they also have to exercise responsibility
Who is it for?
This qualification has been developed for those who have a responsibility to conduct risk assessments at low-risk premises.
Anyone who needs to recognise and control hazards in a business or organisation that will support the development of a culture to create awareness among your employees – and use it as a training tool as well.
Set risk management standards, based on acceptable safe practices and legal requirements, to reduce incidents in the workplace.
How is the programme assessed?
The programme will be assessed for accreditation by:
- Multiple choice question (MCQ) examination containing 30 questions to be completed within 60 minutes.
- Centre set and marked assessment – learners are expected to undertake a risk assessment, which will be internally set and assessed by the centre and externally moderated by the awarding body.