Risk Assessment Awareness


This will provide an introduction to the risk assessing process and can be added to the mandatory Health and Safety training course to provide staff with an ability to recognise hazards and act to prevent accidents.

“This course was excellent. It was so interesting, through practical exercises and group work it helped me to become more aware of hazards in my workplace and what I can do to prevent or reduce the risks”

Risk Assessment Awareness Training Course Summary

  • What is a risk assessment?
  • Why do we need them?
  • Accident reduction
  • Reasonably Practicable
  • What causes Accidents
  • Specific risk, lone workers, sharps, DSE etc.
  • Identifying Hazards and Risks
  • Evaluating risks processes
  • Overview of 5 stages of risk assessing
  • How risk assessments are used after accidents

How Many can Attend Training?

We will run this course for a maximum of 15 participants. 

Who will Conduct the Training?

This course will be conducted by managers experienced in health care management, who have the NEBOSH Health and Safety and Fire certification. They have utilised their extensive experience in staff and patient safety and have helped a number of care facilities reach an outstanding rating by educating and mentoring staff in these important aspects of care and management.

Course Duration

This 1- hr course can be taken combined with other safety subjects to make up a 3,4- or 6-hour package for any induction. Contact Safe-Sure Care to arrange a package to suit your needs.


Participants will be issued with a certificate of attendance from Safe-Sure Care ltd which is valid for a period of one year.


Risk Assessing in Healthcare

On completion participants will be able to demonstrate improved awareness of male, female and suprapubic catheterisation and will be able to confidently care for, handle and change male, female and suprapubic catheters.

Participants will understand how to reduce the risk of infections and perform the catheterisation procedure using aseptic technique.

Participants will gain the knowledge to solve problems with catheters and catheterisation procedures and will learn when to seek medical advice.