What’s in the Risk Assessments TTT Course?
Our risk assessment training course is regulation compliant. Each class contains sections on identifying and assessing risks, controlling hazards, and evaluating the cost of hazard control. During this training, we will be taking a look at the different steps of risk assessment and hazard control. Throughout the training you will learn why risk assessments are vital for the safety of you and your employees. We will cover how to identify hazards on your worksite, how to perform a proper risk assessment, and how to control those hazards so you can lower or remove the risk to your employees. Finally, you will learn how to evaluate the cost of hazard control in relation to the cost of not controlling the hazards on your worksite.
This presentation includes intermittent practice quiz questions to prepare for the final written exam included with the course. In addition to the written exam, this course also includes a checklist for employers to use when administering a practical exam as required by OSHA.
Estimated Training Length: Because everyone learns and progresses at different speeds, the amount of time you spend taking this training will vary. However, the estimated time for this training is 30 – 60 min.
- Risk management team members
OSHA Standards: This course meets the following OSHA standards:
- General Duty Clause 5(a)(1)
The Best Train the Trainer Program—Risk Assessments Course
What is train the trainer? Simply put, a trainer takes the online course to become more familiar with the topic and learn how to teach the required topics. This offers a thorough, cost-effective way for trainers and employers to increase their knowledge and more effectively train and/or certify their crew. Our Train the Trainer courses are designed for companies with employees who have experience with the subject matter, but simply need or want a third-party trainer certificate.
Once you have completed the Trainer Certification course and passed the exam, you will have immediate electronic access to our DIY training kit, which gives you everything you need to conduct training classes on as often as needed. These materials are reusable and customizable. We have fine-tuned our kits to provide you with the best training experience possible. They include accident profiles, videos, and other tools to help learners retain information and apply it on the job site, preventing tragic accidents or costly fines.
Train the Trainer Course Contents: Of course, every training kit is a little different. But, generally speaking, they consist of (but are not limited to) the following materials:
- Pertinent standards and regulations
- The customizable PowerPoint presentation
- A quick-reference guide for learners
- Written exams with answer keys
- Practical evaluation checklist
- Pre-shift inspection booklets
- Classroom forms for proper recordkeeping
- Full-sized certificates and wallet card templates for learners
Do take not that, while the online “trainer” portion of this course never expires, standards dictate that safety certification be completed at least once every three years (unless otherwise stated). These courses will combine with your onsite practical training to fulfill regulation's requirements for up to three years.
Remember, safety training is an investment. We’ve been providing industry-specific safety training solutions for individuals, safety managers, and business owners for over 15 years. That is why hundreds of companies and individuals all over the world trust the Hard Hat Training Series for their online training needs.
Risk Assessments Online Train the Trainer Certification
Becoming a trainer is ultimately an employer designation. For those who are becoming trainers on their own, you simply have to be able to justify why you are competent enough to be a trainer. Regulating organizations typically want you to have experience and training. While we travel the country certifying trainers, the online training course is an easy and cost-effective way to help employers make the designation by offering the required training.
The Online Course For Risk Assessments Train the Trainer Includes: Introduction, Anatomy, Safe Operations, Hazards, and conclusion. Upon completion, gain access to and print off your test, certificate, and a checklist which you can use to observe employees. This course also includes a complete training kit. These kits come with everything you need to put on your own training in-house. Everything can be reused and customized as needed to make it fit your specific situation.
The kit contains all of the files we use when we go on-site to train operators and trainers (Main PowerPoint presentation, student manual files, exams and answer keys, safety poster files, standards, certificate and wallet card templates, hundreds of accident profiles which can be used for toolbox meetings, the classroom forms you need, etc.).
We send our trainers all over the country training both operators and trainers. And even though OSHA does not require a train-the-trainer certification (they are more interested in what topics are being trained on), many companies and individuals feel more comfortable going through the trainer program from a well-established, industry-recognized training company like us. But it doesn’t always make sense financially for companies. That is why we’ve created the option to get certified online. If you are comfortable training and comfortable with the equipment, you can simply purchase the online trainer course, get your certificate and training kit, and start training. It is a very cost-effective way to go.
Why buy our Risk Assessments Train the Trainer Certification Course?
Safety training is an investment. That is why hundreds of companies and individuals all over the world trust the Hard Hat Training Series for their online training needs. Our unique online training program has been fine tuned to provide you with the best training experience possible.
What’s in the Risk Assessments Train the Trainer Course?
The online course consists of several modules, but two main sections:
- How to Train
- OSHA standards
- Trainer Responsibilities
- Record Keeping
- Classroom set-up
- Using and Customizing Training Materials
- Risk Assessments Training Outline
- Identify & Assess
In a nutshell, the trainer will take the online training course to become more familiar with the equipment and learn how to teach the required topics. Once completed, they will gain access their certificate of completion, as well as the Risk Assessments training kit, which is a download file that contains all training material necessary to train your operators, including an in-depth PowerPoint presentation. See more details on the Risk Assessments training kit here.
Why Do I Need Risk Assessment Safety Training?
While OSHA doesn’t have a specific standards for risk assessment, under the General Duty Clause, Section 5(a)(1) of the Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970, employers are required to provide a workplace that “is free from recognizable hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious harm to employees.”
This means employers have a legal and ethical obligation to promote a work environment that is free from all serious and recognized hazards. You and your coworkers have the right to work in an atmosphere that promotes the safety, equality, and well-being of all.
Frequently Asked Questions
What is the main purpose of risk assessment?
The main purpose of risk assessment is to know which worksite hazards should be controlled first based on the danger they pose to employees. Controlling the most dangerous hazards first will help keep your employees safe.
Why is risk assessment important?
Risk assessment is important because it gives you more knowledge about the risks on your worksite. Not only does it encourage you to identify more hazards on the site, but it allows you to control those hazards more effectively.
Are there different types of risk assessment?
There are several different types of risk assessment including qualitative, quantitative, generic, site-specific, and dynamic risk assessments. The type of risk assessment found in the training is a robust quantitative risk assessment as it is the most effective and least biased type of risk assessment.
What is the difference between risk assessment and risk management?
A job hazard analysis deals primarily with identifying hazards while a risk assessment deals more with assessing the overall danger that those hazards pose to employees.
Who performs risk assessments?
Risk assessments are performed by the employer/supervisor, or a qualified employee chosen by the employer to carry out the assessment. Risk assessments can also be performed by a risk management team (required in Canada).
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