Target Audience
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • HSE Personnel
  • Engineers
  • Technicians
    Course Content

    On completion of the qualification, candidates should be able to:

    • Explain the reasons for conducting suitable and sufficient risk assessments
    • Outline the main legislation relating to risk assessment
    • Explain the difference between a hazard and a risk
    • Apply a range of techniques to collect evidence for a risk assessment
    • Outline the limitations of the techniques used to collect evidence for a risk Assessment
    • Identify a range of health and safety hazards
    • Identify who might be harmed and how
    • Calculate an appropriate initial risk rating
    • Outline the factors affecting the likelihood of harm being caused
    • Outline the factors affecting the severity of harm
    • Identify and evaluate existing control measures
    • Propose additional control measures in order to reduce a risk to an acceptable level
    • Apply the hierarchy of controls
    • Revise a risk rating to reflect additional controls
    • Record the findings of a risk assessment
    • Review and revise a risk assessment when necessary
    • Make recommendations based on findings of the risk assessment
      Course Materials
      • Training Manual
      • Certificate from Techsafe Training & Consulting
        • Trinidad & Tobago OSH Act 2004/2006 Part IV 25 (G)
        • Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 (UK)
        • Trinidad and Tobago Bureau of Standards 620: 2008

          Two days (16 hours)