Any persons who may be involved in the risk management process including workers, managers, supervisors, members of safety committees and contractors within an organisation.
What will they learn?
The aim of the course is to provide participants with a basic understanding of the risk management process as required by legislation and relevant codes of practice. This course provides the skills and knowledge required to identify risks and to apply established risk management processes to a subset of an organisation or project's operations which are within the person's own work responsibilities and area of operation.
At the completion of the course participants will have an understanding of the Risk Management Process including being able to:
- Explain the difference between the terms “hazard” and “risk”.
- Analyse the organisational environment to identify the existing and potential hazards using an appropriate classification and analysis method.
- Conduct risk assessments of identified hazards using appropriate risk assessment methodology.
- Prioritise risks based on their level of risk.
- Use the hierarchy of control to adequately manage exposure to the risk.
- Select the appropriate control measure.
- Understand the issues relating to implementation of appropriate control measures.
- Understand the methods or review and monitoring of the overall process.
Participants will be assessed via theory assessment and practical activity. At successful completion of the course participants will receive a nationally accredited Statement of Attainment - BSBRSK401 Identify risk and apply risk management processes.
What if help is required with reading, writing or mathematics?
We can provide support in some areas. Where we cannot we will provide direction to other agencies who may be able to assist.
On-site or dedicated courses may be customised to the hazards of specific industries to allow targeted training of managers and employees.
￼￼￼Recognition of Prior Learning
A learner’s history of study, skills and experience can be taken into account but it must support the criteria included in the unit of competency. Documentary evidence will be required.
This course may be conducted in our training rooms in Cairns, or on-site at client premises. Where courses are conducted on-site then a suitable venue and white board are to be provided by the client company. The venue shall have sufficient tables and chairs for participants to be seated comfortably for the duration of training. Any catering costs shall be borne by the client company. Please contact us to discuss alternate arrangements if there is any difficulty in providing these facilities and equipment.
Additional Costs and Expenses
Where the training is conducted outside the immediate Cairns area then additional costs will be applicable. Any airfares, travel, accommodation, meals and materials freight incurred in the provision of this training will be on-charged. Mileage will be charged at 80¢ (plus GST) per kilometre and traveling time will be charged at our standard rates. Please contact us for a formal quotation for courses conducted outside of Cairns.
Where consideration needs to be applied due to cultural, language, literacy, numeracy or other special needs, extra time will be allowed to ensure participants receive sufficient supported training. This time will be charged at our standard rates.
How to Book an On-Site or Dedicated Course
Contact our office to book an on-site or dedicated course for your organisation. Dates will be scheduled at the time of booking.