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Risk assessment in the workplace is a legal requirement

by , 04 March 2014
Do you know how to identify all potential hazards in your workplace and evaluate associated risks? Or how to complete a risk assessment matrix and report? Read on to learn about how our Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment workshop can help you...

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  • Do you know how to identify all potential hazards in your workplace and evaluate associated risks?
  • Do you know how to complete a risk assessment matrix and report? And would it meet all of the Department of Labour's requirements?
  • Do you know how to implement the legal requirements to conduct Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) inspections?
The FSP Business Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment workshop on 26 March 2014 at the Bryanston Country Club, Johannesburg is a practical hands-on solution for effective risk management in your company. In just one day you'll leave knowing how to effectively identify hazards and the essential requirements for a Risk Assessment Model (RAM).

This workshop will help you with:
  • Recognising and controlling hazards in the workplace;
  • Complying with the required legislation for risk assessments;
  • Reducing incidents in the workplace; and
  • Setting risk management standards based on acceptable safe practices and legal requirements.
This course is designed and measured according to SAQA Unit Standard 259619 – Address workplace hazards and risks (NQF Level 2: Credits 3).

If you book and pay by 14 March 2014 you'll SAVE R1 000 with our Early Bird Discount!

And this year we've included two practical sessions where you'll learn exactly how to prepare your method statement, and conduct a baseline and task specific risk assessment to ensure you're legally compliant with the OHS Act! PLUS you'll get the risk assessment matrix template to take home with you and implement it in your workplace!

Attend this workshop and SAVE yourself from a possible R100 000 fine, two years in jail or both! And prevent your employees from taking you to the CCMA.

Click here for more information on this hands-on workshop! See you on the 26 March 2014!


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