QA Level 3 Award in Risk Assessment Course (RQF)
Because Health and Safety is Everyone's Responsibility
2-Day course 8th - 9th February 2023
Timings for the course are from 09:00 to @ 16:00 daily, although this is likely to be earlier on day two.
The QA Level 3 Award in Risk Assessment (RQF) is a regulated and nationally recognised
qualification specifically designed for those who have a responsibility for conducting risk assessments in low-risk environments, such as supervisors and site managers. The
qualification is also suitable for those who significantly contribute towards the risk assessment process, such as team leaders and technicians.
Over a 2-day period, candidates will learn about the principals involved in risk assessment, the relationship between hazards and risks and how to apply the hierarchy of controls when completing risk assessments.
Main causes of work-related accidents and ill health
Costs of work-related accidents and ill health to employers, employees and society
Health and safety responsibilities of employers and employees
Provisions for risk assessment contained in key legislation
Enforcement of health and safety laws, including penalties for non-compliance
Principles involved in risk assessment:
Defining risk assessment
Competencies required of a risk assessor
Sources of information and advice for carrying out workplace risk assessments
Stages of risk assessment
Requirements for recording, monitoring, reviewing and revising workplace risk assessments
How accident and ill health records can be used to target hazards and control the level of risk
Factors that can affect the level of risks in the workplace:
Identifying hazards in different work environments
Identifying those at risk
Control measures for different workplace hazards
Suitability of control measures to:
Prevent exposure to hazards altogether
Reduce health and safety consequences
Effectively control an emergency situation relating to health and safety hazards
Applying knowledge when completing a risk assessment for an identified workplace:
Collecting relevant information
Analysing the level of risk and who may be exposed
Making suitable recommendations
Recording and communicating findings effectively
There are no other formal entry requirements but to benefit from the learning it is advised that Learners have a minimum of Level 1 in literacy or numeracy or equivalent.
Dorset Health and Safety is committed to providing for the needs of people who are disabled. We will ensure that all reasonable adjustments are made to our provision on an individual and flexible basis. Individuals are actively encouraged to seek assistance and make their needs known as soon as possible after receiving these joining instructions.
Knowledge and comprehension: Learners are required to complete a standard assessment under examination conditions, which consist of multiple-choice questions.
Practical application of learning: Learners are required to complete a risk assessment; this is to be completed during the course and will be marked in line with Qualsafe Awards marking criteria.
You can expect the highest standards of quality training from suitably qualified trainers, regardless of which training venue or course you have chosen.
You will be treated with respect, courtesy and dignity and due consideration given to your sex/sexual orientation, and religious, cultural and philosophical beliefs.
Due consideration will be considered for persons with physical or learning impairments and reasonable adjustments made wherever possible. Please inform us if you have any such impairment prior to the start of the course.
Unfortunately, as the classroom is located on the first floor and with no lift facility, delegates with certain physical impairments may find access challenging.
Lunch and Refreshments
Delegates can bring their own food and drinks with them should they choose to do so, there is also a shared kitchen on the premises with a microwave oven and refrigerator. A ‘snack van’ visits the centre each morning, there is a burger van close by and a co-operative store is also sited within walking distance. Refreshments (tea, coffee and biscuits etc. will be provided throughout the course.
The course is being held at;
Dorset Health and Safety
Suite 8 (first floor)
The Portway Centre
1 Old Sarum Park
Salisbury, SP4 6EB
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