Risk Management Training Class Overview

What is the goal of the Risk Management Training Class?

The goal of Risk Management Training Class is to educate candidates on the value of a Risk Management Program and the steps to develop and implement a program in the workplace. The purpose of the training class is to provide careful examination of what precautions or internal control measures should be in place to reduce the chance of harm from: injury, disruption of the business, or damage to equipment or the environment.

Risk Management Training Class Description

Risk Management is a way of reducing or eliminating accidents and incidents in the workplace. The course provides a way to analyze and categorize risks based on probability and severity, and then developing effective control measures to eliminate or mitigate the risk.

Employee Risk Management Training Course

Who is the Employee Risk Management Training Class for?

Risk awareness is not limited to top management neither should it be top-down driven. All workers must be able to recognize risks think about prevention rather than learning through experience. So the target audience is all workers and candidates of Maintenance Best.

Class Requirements:

  • Must be registered with Maintenance Best
  • Must be able to comprehend English
  • Access to a Desktop or Mobile device with internet access

Course Includes:

Risk Management Training Class Testimonials

Wow! I took Maintenance Best’s Risk Management Class and felt much better prepared and ready to take on an upcoming interview for my new position. I’m looking forward to taking more classes with Maintenance Best.

Risk Management Training Class - Course Curriculum

Employee Risk Management Training Class - Chapter 1 – Risk Management Basics

Systematically Looks At Risk By Asking

    • What can go wrong?
    • How often could it go wrong?
    • What would the results be?

The way to reduce risk to the business is by determining:

    • Probability – the likelihood of an accident occurring
    • Severity – the potential for damage to the company
    • Control Measures – the actions taken to prevent the accidents & incidents from occurring
Employee Risk Management Training Class - Chapter 2 – Performing a Risk Assessment

Identifying potential accidents & incidents

      • Determining probabilities
      • Determining severity and the risk score
      • Selecting two control measures
      • Reassessing probability & severity to arrive at the new risk score
      • The five step process of

    Possible Outcomes

    • Injury
    • Disruption
    • Damage
Employee Risk Management Training Class - Chapter 3 – Developing Control Measures

Control measures must be:

    • Positive – an action that will occur
    • Identifiable – an action that can be recognized
    • Measurable – an action that can be measured; counted, kept track of
Employee Risk Management Training Class - Chapter 4 – Scenario Run Through
    • Scenario 1 – a Slip & Fall Injury
      • Probability = 4, Severity = 4, Risk Score = 16 (Yellow)
      • Control Measures 1. Install new lighting, 2. Install handrails
      • New Probability = 1, Severity = 3, Risk Score = 3 (Green)

     

    • Scenario 2 – Equipment Breakdown
      • Probability = 4, Severity = 6, Risk Score = 24 (Red)
      • Control Measures 1. PM Shutdown, 2. Mechanic on Duty
      • New Probability = 2, Severity = 3, Risk Score = 6 (Yellow)

     

    • Scenario 3 – Forklift Damages Freight
      • Probability = 5 Severity = 4, Risk Score = 20 (Red)
      • Control Measures 1. Quarterly Training, 2. Speed Governors
      • New Probability = 2, Severity = 3, Risk Score = 6 (Yellow)

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