What if you had ignored this hazard in your office? “Fire!” What if there was an emergency? What if you were controlling risks instead of dealing with the consequences? It may surprise you to learn that last year in Australia and New Zealand over 11.1 million working days were lost due to accidents arising from office-based work.
Risk management is about vital practical steps to protect you and your co-workers from real harm and suffering. It’s also good business sense. Recent estimates suggest that every one dollar invested in controlling risk can save as much as 12 dollars in costs associated with ill-health and injury.
Fire, poor housekeeping, slips, trips and falls, manual handling and ergonomics are just some of the risks that you need to identify, assess and control in your office.
This Risk Management Training Covers:
- What is Risk Management?
- Understanding Hazards and Risks
- Five Steps to Risk Assessment
- Identify the Hazards
- Decide Who Might Be Harmed and How
- Evaluate the Risks and Decide on Precautions
- Record Your Findings and Implement Them
- Review Your Assessment and Update if Necessary
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Quality and Safety – Giving you the Edge (22 minutes + quizzes)
This unique video focuses on the important role which workers have to play in the pursuit of quality. This video clearly demonstrates the benefits of a quality approach to both work and safety for all personnel, from the shop floor to top management.
Risk Assessment for Industry (16 minutes + quizzes)
Risk Management Safety Essentials for the Office (16 minutes + quizzes)
It may surprise you to learn that last year over 11.1 million working days where lost in Australia & New Zealand due to accidents arising from office based work. Risk management is about vital practical steps to protect you and your co-workers from real harm and suffering. It helps you focus on the risks that really matter in your workplace – the ones with the potential to cause real harm. It’s also good business sense.
Safety Awareness (20 minutes + quizzes)