Group Price from £350.00 + Vat

This Level 2 Award in Risk Assessment gives employees the ability to contribute to a safe work environment in order to protect their own Health & Safety and that of others. This course provides an understanding of hazards, risks and control measures, as well as the legal requirements for risk assessment, reviews and record keeping.

This course can be taken as non accredited if that is more suitable to your operational needs & reduces the price to £340 + vat

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Course Description

This 1 day level 2 course in Risk Assessment will enable delegates to acquire an understanding of risks in the work environment and how to contribute to the process of risk assessments under Health & Safety legislation.
The carrying out of risk assessments has become an integral part of Health & Safety legislation. Employers need to ensure that individuals carrying out risk assessments are competent to do so. Competency does not require particular qualifications but involves a combination of knowledge, experience, skills and personal qualities.


Risk assessors must have an understanding of the workplace and work activities, a knowledge of the best practicable means to reduce risks and an ability to make sound judgements. A necessary precursor is that assessors have an adequate knowledge and understanding of the principles of and procedures for carrying out risk assessments.

While not all employees will have to undertake risk assessments themselves, they are expected to always act to protect their own health & safety and that of others. Whilst specialised risk assessments are not covered in detail on this course, the basic skills and principles are transferable.

Ofqual regulated and recognised throughout the UK.

Course content

By the end of the course delegates should be able to:-

  • State the purposes for and benefits of utilising a risk assessment approach to the management of health & safety.
  • State the basic principles of risk assessment and stages involved in carrying out risk assessments in practice.
  • State the key legislative requirements on risk assessment.
  • Contribute to keeping a safe workplace.