Dynamic Risk Assessment tailored to field situations
The dynamic risk assessment course use practical exercises to look at how to combine paperwork risk assessment with practical dynamic risk management in the field. In doing this we aim to give you the understanding and skills of applying outdoor and fieldwork risk assessment to real life situations.
Dynamic risk assessment is the practice of mentally observing, assessing and analysing an environment while we work, to identify and remove risk. The process allows individuals to identify a hazard on the spot and make quick decisions in regards to their own safety.
The Day is structured to enable you and your staff to conduct Dynamic Risk Assessments instinctively as part of their everyday daily work routine thereby committing to identifying the immediate risks associated to that specific workplace environment thus reducing the number of accidents through better personal awareness and individual personal responsibility.
Dynamic Risk Assessment covers:
- Threat assessment
- Risk assessment
- Dynamic risk assessment
- Principles of Incident Management
- Case study learning
- Risk Assessment and the law
- Completing documentation
The dynamic risk assessment training for workers operating in outdoor or remote environments. It comprises Threat Assessment (country or regional scale threats) and Risk Assessment (location and activity specific risks).
Crucially, training also includes reactive or Dynamic Risk Assessment, performed by the worker from moment to moment on the ground. Training is interactive and practical, and tailored specifically to the location and activities of the trainees. Fieldwork risk assessment training is beneficial both to those travelling and also their support teams back in the office.
The dynamic risk assessment course is run at the company premises for a duration of 6 hours, for up to 12 delgates.