|HS120||28 Oct - 01 Nov 2018||Abu Dhabi||US$4,750||30||Register|
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|HS120||27 - 31 Oct 2019||Abu Dhabi||US$4,950||30||Register|
This EuroMaTech Task Risk Assessment training course provides delegates with a proven task risk assessment model that is based on good practices designed to be practical and easy to use.
Task Risk Assessment is an evaluation of the hazards that are present whilst performing a task and the best way to mitigate the risks. Generally, life and the working environment are full of hazards. Personnel must be able to realize what these hazards are, where these hazards are found and how they can be affected by the hazards.
Task Risk assessment is the modern proactive approach to incident prevention. Whatever mitigation measures are put in place there will always remain a level of residual risk. However, the importance is to maintain the residual risks at a level that is ‘As Low As Reasonably Practicable (ALARP)’ and this can be achieved through implementation of good practice guidelines that are known. In order to undertake a Task Risk Assessment, it is necessary to have the knowledge of what hazards exist and how the risk from these hazards can be minimized.
This training course will feature:
This EuroMaTech training course on Task Risk Assessments is suitable for:
By the end of this EuroMaTech training course, delegates will be able to:
Delegates attending this EuroMaTech training course will learn by encouraged and active participation during the training course through the application of blended learning methodologies, including; Presentations, Exercises, Group discussions and Video presentations. Delegates are encouraged to contribute their own experiences throughout the training course.
This EuroMaTech training course aims to provide delegates with a thorough understanding of Task Risk Assessment and to apply the skills learnt in a practical manner. The objective is not to eliminate hazards (this may be impossible) but to reduce the risk to an acceptable level. This can only be achieved when the hazards and the consequences from a hazardous event are clearly understood.
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