Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course

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Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course

Getting your Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course doesn’t mean that you will be able to predict, control or manage every risk. What it will do is put you in a great place to know what actions to take before, during, and after any unfortunate events that occur. Your preparedness will make it easier to mitigate the damage. Making the identification of hazards and risks a part of the daily business routine is vital for the overall health of the business. Providing a safe workspace is a non-negotiable requirement for every business owner.

Through our Risk Assessment Online Courses, you will gain an understanding of the not so obvious dangers and risks that are prevalent in your workplace. Having the proper methods to use when identifying hazards will give you greater ability to anticipate and prevent accidents.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Readily identify risks and hazards
  • Revise and update control measures as appropriate
  • Understand accident report fundamentals
  • Recognize different risk management techniques
  • Be able to describe and sketch out a disaster recovery plan
  • Communicate risk management strategies effectively to the organization

Risk Assessment and Management Online Course – Requirements

The Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7 and only takes 6 to 8 hours of study to complete. 

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 6 to 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted lifetime access to the Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded a certificate of completion

Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course - Outline

Module One - Getting Started

Module Two - Identifying Hazards and Risks

Every organization has its share of hazards and risks. Identifying risks and hazards is necessary for risk management. Hazards and risks are often interchanged with each other. In this module, we will determine the difference between a hazard and a risk.

What is a Hazard?

A hazard is anything that can cause harm and includes adverse health effects or loss to the organization or employee. Hazards include materials, substances, sources of energy, processes, practices, and conditions.

What is Risk?

A risk is not a hazard. It is the chance of harm coming from a hazard. An example of a risk would be prolonged exposure to chemicals in the work environment, which increases the risk for health problems.

Consult with Employees

Employees are the most valuable resource for hazards and risk information since they face these in the workplace every day. When communicating with employees, you must communicate clearly and honestly. It is also essential that you pay attention to everything they have to say.

Likelihood Scale

The likelihood scale is used to determine the probability that an event will occur. After identifying the risks, you will then score them on a scale of 0 to 3.

  • 0 – Impossible
  • 1 – Low possibility/Remote possibility
  • 2 – Medium possibility/Possible
  • 3 – High possibility/ Probable

Module Three – Seeking Out Problems before they Happen (Part 1)

Risk management is performed to identify problems before they happen. This is done to prevent accidents and emergencies, or at least prepare you for an emergency when it occurs.

Unique to Your Business

Each business has its own unique set of problems. A manufacturing company, for example, will have a different set of risks from a pharmaceutical company.

Walk Around

To identify potential risks and hazards requires close inspection of the target area. In order not to miss out on any potential risks, you must conduct a physical inspection by walking around and making a note of everything.

Long Term and Short Term

When identifying potential problems, be sure to keep in mind the long and short term implications. Short term problems require immediate attention. But this should not overshadow long term problems. For example, noise pollution may not cause immediate health problems but can be a concern when employees are exposed to it long term.

Common Issues

While every organization has its own unique risks and hazards, there are common issues that most organizations share. Many of these common issues include:

  • Slip and fall areas
  • Clutter
  • Extension cords
  • Falling objects
  • Indoor pollutant

Module Four - Seeking Out Problems before They Happen (Part 2)

Problems can occur at any time, and risk management is designed to prepare you before it happens. You must also be on the lookout for risks posed by external events and preparing for the worst.

Levels of Impact

This refers to the priority of how risks and hazards should be addressed. It is divided into three categories: Low impact, Medium impact, and High impact.

External Events

Predicting problems is always difficult, no matter how prepared you are. This is especially true for problems that are attributed to external events.

Worst Case Scenarios

Risk management includes preparing for worst-case scenarios. To determine a worst-case scenario, all you need to do is ask, "What is the worst that could happen?"

Consequence Scale

The next step is to understand the severity of the consequences. The consequence scale is used to categorize the severity and outcome of each risk.

Module Five – Everyone’s Responsibility

Managing risks is a shared responsibility. Everybody is responsible for the safety of the business environment. Everybody in the organization must be aware of all the risks and potential problems.

See it, Report it!

When everyone shares responsibility for keeping the workplace safe, it makes it easier for everybody to report any potential problems. A system should be in place to make reporting problems simple. Reporting should also be encouraged to report any potential risks and problems.

If it’s Not Safe, Don’t Do It

Safety is a primary concern for the organization. Even the most effective safety standards and risk management programs are only as good as the people who practice them.

Take Appropriate Precautions

After identifying the risks and problems, it is now time to take the appropriate precautions. It will be largely based on the organization. Precautions will be based on the risks and problems unique to the organization.

Communicating to the Organization

To keep the workplace safe, the organization must communicate all safety guidelines to all employees. When developing a communication strategy, follow these tips:

  • Identify the information you need to communicate
  • Consider the audience
  • Create the communication
  • Choose communication methods

Module Six – Tracking and Updating Control Measures

Control measures are essential to risk management. By tracking control measures, you can update them as necessary. Constantly updating your control measures ensures that your work environment remains safe for everyone.

What is a Control Measure?

Most organizations have control measures in place. These safety protocols place to regulate activities to prevent risks.

Your Business Procedures

Every business has different needs. The nature of your business basically dictates how you go about developing your business procedures and control measures.

Are They Adequate?

Control measures and procedures change as the organization does. Safety policies must constantly be updated regularly. This is to ensure that control measures and procedures are adequate to the current working environment.

Updating and Maintaining

It is important to update control measures as necessary and maintain these once it is established. Evaluating makes it possible for you to make the necessary changes. If control measures and procedures are not maintained, it would not be possible to determine if these are effective.

Module Seven – Risk Management Techniques

Once risks have been assessed, these must be managed carefully. Organizations use four basic risk management techniques. The type of risk management technique used is based on the severity of the risk and the current stability of the organization.

Reduce the Risk

Risk reduction is a common practice in business. Eliminating risk in the workplace can be impossible, and by using risk reduction, you are able to minimize the severity of the risk.

Transfer the Risk

The act of transferring risk is also referred to as risk-sharing. Organizations who have a business arrangement with other companies for manufacturing pieces or entire products are transferring their risks. The most common strategy used when transferring risk is insurance.

Avoid the Risk

Avoiding risk can be difficult. However, the purpose of avoiding risk is to eliminate it or simply not engage. Before deciding, it is important to consider the risks and rewards a new situation brings.

Accept the Risk

There will be times when the rewards are worth the risks. Another form of risk acceptance is refusing insurance to reduce overhead costs. When this happens, an organization must be ready to accept the consequences of their action.

Module Eight – General Office Safety and Reporting

It is often easy to overlook the importance of safety in the workplace. Surprisingly, a large number of accidents occur in a seemingly safe office environment. In this module, we will discuss how to prevent accidents in the office and how to prepare for accidents. Planning and reporting are essential to risk management, and preparation helps in creating a safe working environment.

Accident Reports

Accidents need to be reported immediately. All accidents must be reported within 24 hours, even of the person involved does not believe they are injured. Accident reports must follow local guidelines to ensure that important information about the incident is collected.

Accident Response Plans

Accident Response Plans

Accident response plans are designed to prevent accidents from happening again. The information contained in the accident report is used to improve safety in the working environment.

Emergency Acton Plan

Emergency action plans are a must for any office building. These plans provide guidance in cases of emergencies such as a fire or major machine malfunction. An emergency action plan includes:

  • Procedures to report an emergency
  • Evacuation procedures
  • Critical employee procedures
  • Accounting for employees after evacuation
  • Rescue and medical procedures
  • Title of the employee who informs others of their duties in the plan

Training and Education

Every person in the organization must be informed about all possible risks and hazards in the workplace. Safety guidelines should also include training employees to avoid these hazards. Typical safety topics include:

  • Electrical safety
  • Housekeeping
  • Falls
  • Awareness
  • Ergonomics
  • Fire Safety

Module Nine – Business Impact Analysis

In this part of the Risk Assessment and Management Online course, we will calculate the impact of potential disruptions and determine what is required for a company to recover. Risk assessment is involved with identifying potential losses and severe risks an organization can encounter. By combining the information on the risk assessment and business analysis, it will enable you to prepare for any risk and overcome its impact on the organization.

  • Gather information
  • Identify vulnerabilities
  • Analyze information
  • Implement recommendations

Module Ten - Disaster Recovery Plan

All organizations require a disaster recovery plan. Disaster recovery plans outline all the procedures that need to be followed in case of a disaster to mitigate damages. These plans can be designed to answer different disasters, from natural to man-made disasters.

 

  • Make it before you need it
  • Test, update and repeat
  • Hot, warm and cold sites
  • Keep documentation simple and clear

Module Eleven - Summary of Risk Assessment

  • What are the hazards?
  • Who might be harmed?
  • Are current control measures sufficient?
  • If not, change control measures

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Recognition & Accreditation

The courses offered by Courses For Success are unique as they are taught in a step by step process enabling students to complete them quickly and easily, so that you can obtain your qualification sooner. All students who complete the course receive a certificate of completion. Courses For Success is committed to high completion rates and therefore 100% student satisfaction.

Other Workplace Soft Skills Courses

If you’d like to help your workplace flourish, take a look at the range of workplace essentials soft skills courses available at Courses For Success.

Please Note: We have included reviews from our Personal Success Program as we provide this free program with every course.

Module One - Getting Started

Module Two - Identifying Hazards and Risks

  • What is a hazard?
  • What is a risk?
  • Consult with employees
  • Likelihood scale

Module Three - Seeking Out Problems before They Happen (Part 1)

  • Unique to your business
  • Walk around
  • Long term and short term
  • Common issues

Module Four - Seeking Out Problems before They Happen (Part 2)

  • Ask "What would happen if....?"
  • External events
  • Worst case scenarios
  • Consequence scale

Module Five - Everyone's Responsibility

  • See it, report it
  • If it's not safe, don't do it
  • Take appropriate precautions
  • Communicating to the organisation

Module Six - Tracking and Updating Control Measures

  • What is a Control Measure?
  • Your business procedures
  • Are they adequate?
  • Updating and maintaining

Module Seven - Risk Management Techniques

  • Reduce the risk
  • Transfer the risk
  • Avoid the risk
  • Accept the risk

Module Eight - General Office Safety and Reporting

  • Accident reports
  • Accident response plans
  • Emergency action plan
  • Training and education

Module Nine - Business Impact Analysis

  • Gather information
  • Identify vulnerabilities
  • Analyse information
  • Implement recommendations

Module Ten - Disaster Recvoery Plan

  • Make it before you need it
  • Test, update and repeat
  • Hot, warm and cold sites
  • Keep documentation simple and clear

Module Eleven - Summary of Risk Assessment

  • What are the hazards?
  • Who might be harmed?
  • Are current control measures sufficient?
  • If not, change control measures

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

Customer Reviews

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3 star
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2 star
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Average rating 4 out of 5 stars

25 February 2020 03:36:19 AM

I learned a lot

22 February 2020 11:11:52 AM

Amazing !

20 February 2020 03:53:34 AM

Great course

19 February 2020 11:12:14 PM

very useful training, I absolutely loved it. thank you

17 February 2020 10:16:40 PM

Good course

9 February 2020 01:00:53 AM

Great framework to help one create his/her personal success

5 February 2020 07:13:25 PM

Very interesting clear points. Works on changing cognitive behavior thought patterns.

1 February 2020 02:44:39 AM

By learning how to use our imagination we will be able to reach our goals and have success in our progress. this study opens up new way for me to obtain my goals.

31 January 2020 08:54:23 AM

This course was simple to do. I enjoyed reading the contents. I look forward to the rest of the course and working on the work book. Thanks

30 January 2020 08:39:12 PM

This course is helpful.

30 January 2020 03:15:17 PM

amazing course !

30 January 2020 12:07:20 AM

Nice, video needs better sound

28 January 2020 10:56:17 AM

EXCELLENT! GOD BLESS! ALL THE BEST!

26 January 2020 07:49:07 AM

Excellent course

26 January 2020 07:13:37 AM

Good information.

25 January 2020 12:37:41 AM

This course have been very instrumental in helping me to understand what is require to be a successful manager and team leader both for work and home

23 January 2020 02:18:28 AM

This course is awesome. I am blessed to have been given this course freely. Well detailed.

22 January 2020 08:10:01 AM

Amazing!

19 January 2020 11:12:01 AM

The course was educational and inspiring.

19 January 2020 11:12:01 AM

The course was educational and inspiring.

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About this Course

Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course

Getting your Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course doesn’t mean that you will be able to predict, control or manage every risk. What it will do is put you in a great place to know what actions to take before, during, and after any unfortunate events that occur. Your preparedness will make it easier to mitigate the damage. Making the identification of hazards and risks a part of the daily business routine is vital for the overall health of the business. Providing a safe workspace is a non-negotiable requirement for every business owner.

Through our Risk Assessment Online Courses, you will gain an understanding of the not so obvious dangers and risks that are prevalent in your workplace. Having the proper methods to use when identifying hazards will give you greater ability to anticipate and prevent accidents.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Readily identify risks and hazards
  • Revise and update control measures as appropriate
  • Understand accident report fundamentals
  • Recognize different risk management techniques
  • Be able to describe and sketch out a disaster recovery plan
  • Communicate risk management strategies effectively to the organization

Risk Assessment and Management Online Course – Requirements

The Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course is delivered 100 percent online 24/7 and only takes 6 to 8 hours of study to complete. 

To successfully complete this course, a student must:

  • Have access to the internet and the necessary technical skills to navigate the online learning resources
  • Have access to any mobile device with internet connectivity (laptop, desktop, tablet)
  • Be a self-directed learner
  • Possess sound language and literacy skills

Quick Course Facts

  1. Course content is structured for easy comprehension
  2. Approximately 6 to 8 hours of study is needed to complete the course
  3. Registered students gain unrestricted lifetime access to the Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course
  4. All course material is available online 24/7 and can be accessed using any device
  5. Study online from anywhere in your own time at your own pace
  6. All students who complete the course will be awarded a certificate of completion

Risk Assessment and Management Online Certificate Course - Outline

Module One - Getting Started

Module Two - Identifying Hazards and Risks

Every organization has its share of hazards and risks. Identifying risks and hazards is necessary for risk management. Hazards and risks are often interchanged with each other. In this module, we will determine the difference between a hazard and a risk.

What is a Hazard?

A hazard is anything that can cause harm and includes adverse health effects or loss to the organization or employee. Hazards include materials, substances, sources of energy, processes, practices, and conditions.

What is Risk?

A risk is not a hazard. It is the chance of harm coming from a hazard. An example of a risk would be prolonged exposure to chemicals in the work environment, which increases the risk for health problems.

Consult with Employees

Employees are the most valuable resource for hazards and risk information since they face these in the workplace every day. When communicating with employees, you must communicate clearly and honestly. It is also essential that you pay attention to everything they have to say.

Likelihood Scale

The likelihood scale is used to determine the probability that an event will occur. After identifying the risks, you will then score them on a scale of 0 to 3.

  • 0 – Impossible
  • 1 – Low possibility/Remote possibility
  • 2 – Medium possibility/Possible
  • 3 – High possibility/ Probable

Module Three – Seeking Out Problems before they Happen (Part 1)

Risk management is performed to identify problems before they happen. This is done to prevent accidents and emergencies, or at least prepare you for an emergency when it occurs.

Unique to Your Business

Each business has its own unique set of problems. A manufacturing company, for example, will have a different set of risks from a pharmaceutical company.

Walk Around

To identify potential risks and hazards requires close inspection of the target area. In order not to miss out on any potential risks, you must conduct a physical inspection by walking around and making a note of everything.

Long Term and Short Term

When identifying potential problems, be sure to keep in mind the long and short term implications. Short term problems require immediate attention. But this should not overshadow long term problems. For example, noise pollution may not cause immediate health problems but can be a concern when employees are exposed to it long term.

Common Issues

While every organization has its own unique risks and hazards, there are common issues that most organizations share. Many of these common issues include:

  • Slip and fall areas
  • Clutter
  • Extension cords
  • Falling objects
  • Indoor pollutant

Module Four - Seeking Out Problems before They Happen (Part 2)

Problems can occur at any time, and risk management is designed to prepare you before it happens. You must also be on the lookout for risks posed by external events and preparing for the worst.

Levels of Impact

This refers to the priority of how risks and hazards should be addressed. It is divided into three categories: Low impact, Medium impact, and High impact.

External Events

Predicting problems is always difficult, no matter how prepared you are. This is especially true for problems that are attributed to external events.

Worst Case Scenarios

Risk management includes preparing for worst-case scenarios. To determine a worst-case scenario, all you need to do is ask, "What is the worst that could happen?"

Consequence Scale

The next step is to understand the severity of the consequences. The consequence scale is used to categorize the severity and outcome of each risk.

Module Five – Everyone’s Responsibility

Managing risks is a shared responsibility. Everybody is responsible for the safety of the business environment. Everybody in the organization must be aware of all the risks and potential problems.

See it, Report it!

When everyone shares responsibility for keeping the workplace safe, it makes it easier for everybody to report any potential problems. A system should be in place to make reporting problems simple. Reporting should also be encouraged to report any potential risks and problems.

If it’s Not Safe, Don’t Do It

Safety is a primary concern for the organization. Even the most effective safety standards and risk management programs are only as good as the people who practice them.

Take Appropriate Precautions

After identifying the risks and problems, it is now time to take the appropriate precautions. It will be largely based on the organization. Precautions will be based on the risks and problems unique to the organization.

Communicating to the Organization

To keep the workplace safe, the organization must communicate all safety guidelines to all employees. When developing a communication strategy, follow these tips:

  • Identify the information you need to communicate
  • Consider the audience
  • Create the communication
  • Choose communication methods

Module Six – Tracking and Updating Control Measures

Control measures are essential to risk management. By tracking control measures, you can update them as necessary. Constantly updating your control measures ensures that your work environment remains safe for everyone.

What is a Control Measure?

Most organizations have control measures in place. These safety protocols place to regulate activities to prevent risks.

Your Business Procedures

Every business has different needs. The nature of your business basically dictates how you go about developing your business procedures and control measures.

Are They Adequate?

Control measures and procedures change as the organization does. Safety policies must constantly be updated regularly. This is to ensure that control measures and procedures are adequate to the current working environment.

Updating and Maintaining

It is important to update control measures as necessary and maintain these once it is established. Evaluating makes it possible for you to make the necessary changes. If control measures and procedures are not maintained, it would not be possible to determine if these are effective.

Module Seven – Risk Management Techniques

Once risks have been assessed, these must be managed carefully. Organizations use four basic risk management techniques. The type of risk management technique used is based on the severity of the risk and the current stability of the organization.

Reduce the Risk

Risk reduction is a common practice in business. Eliminating risk in the workplace can be impossible, and by using risk reduction, you are able to minimize the severity of the risk.

Transfer the Risk

The act of transferring risk is also referred to as risk-sharing. Organizations who have a business arrangement with other companies for manufacturing pieces or entire products are transferring their risks. The most common strategy used when transferring risk is insurance.

Avoid the Risk

Avoiding risk can be difficult. However, the purpose of avoiding risk is to eliminate it or simply not engage. Before deciding, it is important to consider the risks and rewards a new situation brings.

Accept the Risk

There will be times when the rewards are worth the risks. Another form of risk acceptance is refusing insurance to reduce overhead costs. When this happens, an organization must be ready to accept the consequences of their action.

Module Eight – General Office Safety and Reporting

It is often easy to overlook the importance of safety in the workplace. Surprisingly, a large number of accidents occur in a seemingly safe office environment. In this module, we will discuss how to prevent accidents in the office and how to prepare for accidents. Planning and reporting are essential to risk management, and preparation helps in creating a safe working environment.

Accident Reports

Accidents need to be reported immediately. All accidents must be reported within 24 hours, even of the person involved does not believe they are injured. Accident reports must follow local guidelines to ensure that important information about the incident is collected.

Accident Response Plans

Accident Response Plans

Accident response plans are designed to prevent accidents from happening again. The information contained in the accident report is used to improve safety in the working environment.

Emergency Acton Plan

Emergency action plans are a must for any office building. These plans provide guidance in cases of emergencies such as a fire or major machine malfunction. An emergency action plan includes:

  • Procedures to report an emergency
  • Evacuation procedures
  • Critical employee procedures
  • Accounting for employees after evacuation
  • Rescue and medical procedures
  • Title of the employee who informs others of their duties in the plan

Training and Education

Every person in the organization must be informed about all possible risks and hazards in the workplace. Safety guidelines should also include training employees to avoid these hazards. Typical safety topics include:

  • Electrical safety
  • Housekeeping
  • Falls
  • Awareness
  • Ergonomics
  • Fire Safety

Module Nine – Business Impact Analysis

In this part of the Risk Assessment and Management Online course, we will calculate the impact of potential disruptions and determine what is required for a company to recover. Risk assessment is involved with identifying potential losses and severe risks an organization can encounter. By combining the information on the risk assessment and business analysis, it will enable you to prepare for any risk and overcome its impact on the organization.

  • Gather information
  • Identify vulnerabilities
  • Analyze information
  • Implement recommendations

Module Ten - Disaster Recovery Plan

All organizations require a disaster recovery plan. Disaster recovery plans outline all the procedures that need to be followed in case of a disaster to mitigate damages. These plans can be designed to answer different disasters, from natural to man-made disasters.

 

  • Make it before you need it
  • Test, update and repeat
  • Hot, warm and cold sites
  • Keep documentation simple and clear

Module Eleven - Summary of Risk Assessment

  • What are the hazards?
  • Who might be harmed?
  • Are current control measures sufficient?
  • If not, change control measures

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Recognition & Accreditation

The courses offered by Courses For Success are unique as they are taught in a step by step process enabling students to complete them quickly and easily, so that you can obtain your qualification sooner. All students who complete the course receive a certificate of completion. Courses For Success is committed to high completion rates and therefore 100% student satisfaction.

Other Workplace Soft Skills Courses

If you’d like to help your workplace flourish, take a look at the range of workplace essentials soft skills courses available at Courses For Success.

Please Note: We have included reviews from our Personal Success Program as we provide this free program with every course.

Module One - Getting Started

Module Two - Identifying Hazards and Risks

  • What is a hazard?
  • What is a risk?
  • Consult with employees
  • Likelihood scale

Module Three - Seeking Out Problems before They Happen (Part 1)

  • Unique to your business
  • Walk around
  • Long term and short term
  • Common issues

Module Four - Seeking Out Problems before They Happen (Part 2)

  • Ask "What would happen if....?"
  • External events
  • Worst case scenarios
  • Consequence scale

Module Five - Everyone's Responsibility

  • See it, report it
  • If it's not safe, don't do it
  • Take appropriate precautions
  • Communicating to the organisation

Module Six - Tracking and Updating Control Measures

  • What is a Control Measure?
  • Your business procedures
  • Are they adequate?
  • Updating and maintaining

Module Seven - Risk Management Techniques

  • Reduce the risk
  • Transfer the risk
  • Avoid the risk
  • Accept the risk

Module Eight - General Office Safety and Reporting

  • Accident reports
  • Accident response plans
  • Emergency action plan
  • Training and education

Module Nine - Business Impact Analysis

  • Gather information
  • Identify vulnerabilities
  • Analyse information
  • Implement recommendations

Module Ten - Disaster Recvoery Plan

  • Make it before you need it
  • Test, update and repeat
  • Hot, warm and cold sites
  • Keep documentation simple and clear

Module Eleven - Summary of Risk Assessment

  • What are the hazards?
  • Who might be harmed?
  • Are current control measures sufficient?
  • If not, change control measures

Module Twelve - Wrapping Up

Entry requirements

Students must have basic literacy and numeracy skills.

Minimum education

Open entry. Previous schooling and academic achievements are not required for entry into this course.

Computer requirements

Students will need access to a computer and the internet.

Minimum specifications for the computer are:

Windows:

  • Microsoft Windows XP, or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Internet Explorer 8 or later, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

MAC/iOS

  • OSX/iOS 6 or later
  • Modern and up to date Browser (Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

All systems

  • Internet bandwidth of 1Mb or faster
  • Flash player or a browser with HTML5 video capabilities(Currently Internet Explorer 9, Firefox, Chrome, Safari)

Students will also need access the following applications:

Adobe Acrobat Reader

(1139)
Average rating 4 out of 5 stars
5 star
52%
4 star
29%
3 star
11%
2 star
6%
1 star
2%

25 February 2020 03:36:19 AM

I learned a lot

22 February 2020 11:11:52 AM

Amazing !

20 February 2020 03:53:34 AM

Great course

19 February 2020 11:12:14 PM

very useful training, I absolutely loved it. thank you

17 February 2020 10:16:40 PM

Good course

9 February 2020 01:00:53 AM

Great framework to help one create his/her personal success

5 February 2020 07:13:25 PM

Very interesting clear points. Works on changing cognitive behavior thought patterns.

1 February 2020 02:44:39 AM

By learning how to use our imagination we will be able to reach our goals and have success in our progress. this study opens up new way for me to obtain my goals.

31 January 2020 08:54:23 AM

This course was simple to do. I enjoyed reading the contents. I look forward to the rest of the course and working on the work book. Thanks

30 January 2020 08:39:12 PM

This course is helpful.

30 January 2020 03:15:17 PM

amazing course !

30 January 2020 12:07:20 AM

Nice, video needs better sound

28 January 2020 10:56:17 AM

EXCELLENT! GOD BLESS! ALL THE BEST!

26 January 2020 07:49:07 AM

Excellent course

26 January 2020 07:13:37 AM

Good information.

25 January 2020 12:37:41 AM

This course have been very instrumental in helping me to understand what is require to be a successful manager and team leader both for work and home

23 January 2020 02:18:28 AM

This course is awesome. I am blessed to have been given this course freely. Well detailed.

22 January 2020 08:10:01 AM

Amazing!

19 January 2020 11:12:01 AM

The course was educational and inspiring.

19 January 2020 11:12:01 AM

The course was educational and inspiring.

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  • How to unclutter your mind to succeed.
  • Achieve your dreams using your imagination.
  • How to have faith in yourself.
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Course Summary

Course ID: 020RAAM
Delivery Mode: Online
Access: Unlimited lifetime
Time: Study at your own pace
Duration: 6-8 Hours
Assessments: Yes (multiple choice)
Qualification: Certificate

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