Risk Assessment Training from OHSS Safety Consultants

24 Oct 2018

Risk Assessment Training from OHSS Safety Consultants

In the modern workplace, there are many potential threats to employee safety and knowing how to manage them all effectively is an absolute necessity. The good news is that at OHSS, we have courses to help educate you and your employees in all manner of occupational health related subjects.

At OHSS, we are primarily known for the work we do in the field of asbestos removal, asbestos disposal and asbestos surveys, but the risk assessment training courses that we provide are just as important, as they enable your employees to not only identify potential hazards and risks, but also to take measures to mitigate any risks present.

So, what’s involved in our Risk Assessment Training?

Well, when you enroll yourself or your employees onto one our risk assessment training courses, there’s a wide array of subjects including education on:


  • Risk assessment safety

  • Health and Safety

  • Correct use of risk assessment forms

  • Risk assessment procedures for the construction industry

  • Health and Safety risk assessments

The course, which can be taken either individually or in a group, satisfies all current legal requirements and is tailored to suit your own specific training needs. Also, after completing the training, your employees will have knowledge of Risk Assessment processes and policies.

The safety of your employees whilst in your workplace should be a top priority and this kind of training is invaluable to ensuring it. A happy and healthy workforce is key to a successful, profitable business, which is one of the many reasons why education of this kind should not be missed.

If you would like find out more about everything we do at OHSS, including asbestos management and disposal , you can find lots of information on our website www.ohss.ie. Alternatively, you can call us on 01 6905907 for advice or to book your place on one of our upcoming training courses.

Thanks for reading our blog and we’ll back soon, with more from the world of occupational hygiene and safety.






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