Reduce your workplace risks with our risk assessment course
In order to mitigate the risks posed by hazards within the workplace, you first need to know what those hazards are. That’s where a risk assessment comes in – so that you can identify hazards and account for them. But how to carry one out? That’s where our training at Emergency Response Training in Doncaster comes in. We also cover Rotherham, Sheffield, Sunderland, Barnsley, Leeds, Worksop, Retford, York and other areas across West and South Yorkshire. Book a course today.
An in-depth course led by expert instructors
On our workplace risk assessment course, we cover a wide range of topics that are designed to give your candidate a thorough grounding in risk assessment work, from why they’re so critical to the stages that need to be followed in their application. By the end of the course, your candidate will be ready to perform a risk assessment at your workplace and help guide the safety practices of your organisation.
Qualified instructors spearhead the teaching of the course and it can be delivered at our base in Doncaster or at your own setting, depending on where you’re based. If you have particular requirements when it comes to the course and what it needs to cover, we can accommodate. Emergency Response Training has been a mainstay of the health and safety training sector for over 20 years and our courses are IOSH-approved for quality. And if you need a second opinion, why not take a look at our Yell and Google reviews? Make the right choice and book with Emergency Response Training today.
The prices listed below are for individual bookings.
The prices listed below are for individual bookings. Alternatively, if you’d like to set up a group training session at your location – anything from small groups of up to 6 delegates to large multi-instructor groups of up to 120 delegates – these can be accommodated. Discounted rates are available for group bookings, please contact us to discuss. We can provide training courses at times to suit you, including on evenings and weekends, and to assist with night shift patterns.