Safety Statement & Risk Assessment Awareness Training

Category:

30.00

Your company may be eligible for up-to 45% funding...
*Terms & Conditions Apply
Course Content
  • Topic 1: Legislation including Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005
  • Topic 2: What is a Safety Statement?
  • Topic 3: Health and Safety Policy
  • Topic 4: Safety Arrangements and Information
    • Provision of Welfare Facilities
    • Instruction, Training and Supervision
    • Provision and Use of PPE
    • Protection of Sensitive Risk Groups
    • Control of Work Related Stress
    • Protection of persons other than employees
    • Covid-19 Control measures in the Workplace
    • Accident and Incident Procedure
    • Emergency Procedures (First Aid)
    • Consultation and Communication
  • Topic 5: Safety Forms and Records
  • Topic 6: Hazard identification and risk assessment
  • Topic 7: Monitoring and Review

Course Format

This training will be delivered online and requires a computer/device connected to the internet and is running on a web browser. The course contains audio so participants will require headphones or speakers plugged into the computer or device to listen to it.


Course Layout

The course covers 7 topics as required by the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act, 2005. Approximate duration 2 hours.


Course Certification

After completing all topics, participants will take an assessment to test their knowledge. Once each assessment for each topic is completed, participants can proceed to download a certificate of completion. This should be available for inspection if required.


Course Cost

30.00 Euro per person or contact us for a corporate rate on this training course

Funding Eligibility

This course has been approved by Next Level Skillnet for funding. Next Level Skillnet members are given financial support with training costs (fee subvention) for their employees. This can be as much as 45% of the course cost.

How do we become a member?

Becoming a member of our network is easy. There is no membership fee required however your company must match the following criteria:

– Your company must not be a public-sector company.

– Your company must either be paying employee’s fees directly or else reimbursing employees that pay their own fees.

*Self-Employed individuals are also eligible for funding.