In order to eliminate or minimize the risk of injury and illness in the work place, Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Act is one of the primary objectives. Delegates will learn how to create a healthy and safe working environment and how to achieve this.


One of the core challenges faced by emergency managers is how to prevent, mitigate,
prepare, respond and recover from different types of hazards.
Several questions must be asked when faced with this challenge:
• What hazards exist in or near my community?
• How frequently do these hazards occur?
• How much damage can they cause?
• Which hazards pose the greatest threat


Risk involves occurrence or potential occurrence of some accidents due to an event or sequence of
events. The risk assessment study covers the following:
– Identification of potential hazard areas
– Identification of representative failure cases
– Visualization of the resulting scenarios in terms of fire (thermal radiation) and explosion
– Assess the overall damage potential of the identified hazardous events and the impact
zones from the accidental scenarios
– Assess the overall suitability of the site from hazard minimization and disaster
mitigation point of view
– Furnish specific recommendations on the minimization of the worst accident
– Preparation of On-site and Off-site Emergency Plan, which includes occupational and health
safety plan
There is always possibility of occurrence of incidents in an industry which requires proper risk
assessment and proper safety preparedness. Activities requiring assessment of risk due to
occurrence of most probable instances of hazard and accident are both onsite and off-site.

Materials Provided:
A workbook and supplementary handouts are provided as reference material for the written test. 
A theoretical Examination and Practical Test will follow each Module. To ensure understanding you must maintain a 75% Pass mark for each module. 
Participants are able to repeat the course twice if the pass mark is not achieved. Supplemental materials necessary to complete this course can be accessed online.
 This Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment training is an in-class program that can be completed in 2 Days. Upon completion, operators are awarded a Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment Certification.
What is a course with limited availability?
In addition to our published and online courses, there are several other courses that we can run with flexible options. Select the course of your choice and register your interest to attend when dates become available.


In terms of the law, all Operators who apply for Re-certifications need to be in possession of a Novice course certificate. Please be aware that certificates need to be renewed within three months after date expiry.

Accredited Training believes that training should yield benefits, far more substantial than just “a Certificate”. We offer a free service that will remind all Companies or private Operators that their certificates need to be renewed.

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