Risk Management is pivotal to the success of any occupational health and safety program. Research has shown that those companies and organizations with good risk management programs often record minimal losses in terms of insurance pay-outs and liability claims. The risk management course emphasizes the systematic approach to risk management and how this approach can be easily built in to current workplace management practices.
Teaching and Learning Strategies
Sessions will be offered in structured training presentations by a facilitator, including activities, exercises and assessment.
- Developing, Implementing and Maintaining a Logical and Systematic approach to Risk Management
- Using Risk Management as a source of information and data concerning costs, benefits, choices, assumptions, methods of analysis and focusing attention to value judgments
- Identifying hazards, assessing risks and designing/developing control measures
- Complying with Duty of Care/Obligations of Workplace Health and Safety Legislation
Upon completion of this course, trainees will be able to:
- Develop a Risk Management Program
- Identify hazards, assess risks and design control measures
Who Should Attend
- Workplace Health and Safety Practitioners
- Supervisors whose jobs involve managing the health and safety of workers and the workplace.
Trainees who successfully complete the risk management course will receive a certificate in Risk Management