Risk Assessment and Management in Care Level 3 Online Training


This risk assessment training online covers the basic principles and legal aspects of risk assessment in health and social care.

It teaches how to play a part in controlling and managing risk effectively by performing risk assessments. Interested in hands-on learning? Choose the face to face risk assessment training.



Risk Assessment Online Training

This online training will teach you about risk assessment – figuring out what could go wrong and how to make sure things stay safe and under control. Online risk assessment courses should ideally support face-to-face training and hands-on demonstrations, especially for tasks like manual handling, where practical experience is essential.

We’ll also talk about the laws related to risk assessment and how you can help manage risks by doing assessments in health care environments.

Learning about risk assessment is super important for healthcare groups that want to keep patients safe, make sure their staff are doing well, and create a safe and healthy place to work.

It’s like making a smart and caring investment for everyone’s well-being.

About Risk Assessment and Management in Care

In this course, we will look at risk assessment in the health and social care setting and study why health and safety and in particular risk assessment is so important.

You will learn how to make sure the place where you work is safe by doing something called a risk assessment.

  • Developed by professionals
  • Accredited by The CPD Accreditation Group
  • 100% online, learn at your own time and pace
  • Translates into over 100 different languages
  • Instant certificate downloaded


When will I get my certificate?

Once you have successfully passed our course you will be able to download and print your certificate immediately.

As this course has been accredited by the CPD Group your certificate will contain the CPD logo and unique reference number.

As I have told others… It is the best, most informative training I have ever attended

Key points of the training:

Understanding Risk Assessment 

  • Explain the concepts and legality of Safety, Hazard, Risk and Accident
  • Describe the process and stages of effective Risk Assessments

Carrying Out Risk Assessment 

  • Be able to conduct risk assessments and make judgements on risk control measures
  • Identify a range of risk assessment related issues


What will you learn?

  • Laws for health and safety: Know the rules that cover risk assessment in your area.
  • Ways to control risks: Use elimination, substitution, engineering controls, administrative controls, and PPE to lower risks.
  • Spotting hazards: Master different ways to find possible dangers depending on where you work.
  • How to assess risks: Learn a clear method to judge how likely and how bad harm from hazards might be.
  • Strategies for control: Find effective ways to get rid of, reduce, or soften the impact of risks you find.
  • Dealing with incidents: Learn the right steps for reporting and looking into accidents at work.
  • Keeping records for risk assessment: Understand the best ways to note down what you find and keep good records.


Risk Assessment Course Benefits:

  • Learn at your own pace: Flexible online format allows you to complete the course on your schedule.
  • Gain valuable knowledge: Understand the fundamentals of risk assessment and its importance.
  • Develop practical skills: Apply a step-by-step approach to identify, assess, and control risks effectively.
  • Increase workplace safety: Reduce the potential for accidents and injuries.
  • Comply with regulations: Stay compliant with relevant safety regulations and legal requirements.

Who should take this online risk assessment course?

This training is suitable to all staff working within Adult Health and Social Care. So the course will benefit:

People: Anyone looking after safety at work or in their area, such as managers, supervisors, safety officers, and property owners.

Companies: Businesses of all sizes wanting to make safety better and cut risks.

Groups: Charities, government bodies, and schools making sure their people and visitors are safe.

Why do Online Risk Assessment Training?

  • Make fewer accidents and injuries at work: Keep your workers safe and make work a safer place.
  • Make your workers feel good: Build a good safety culture that cares about your workers’ health.
  • Make work run better: Stop problems from accidents and incidents that could mess up how work goes.
  • Do what the rules say: Follow health and safety rules so you don’t get in trouble.
  • Make your organisation look good: Show you’re serious about safety and get good people to join your team.
  • Flexibility: With the online training, you can plan your study time and change it to meet other deadlines.
  • Certificate: This Online risk assessment training is CPD approved. So you earn a certificate that is accepted by most organisations. For our Face to Face Risk Assessment Training, check our course search page.

What is Risk Assessment Training in Health Care?

In healthcare, risk assessment training helps people find and understand things that might be dangerous in their work. It teaches them how to figure out how likely and how bad these dangers might be.

Then, it shows them ways to make these dangers less likely or not as bad.

This training talks about important things to keep patients safe and make sure the workplace is safe in healthcare.

Here are some of the things the risk assessment training is about:

  • Knowing the rules and laws about finding and fixing dangers in healthcare.
  • Finding different kinds of dangers in healthcare places, like:
    • Things that can make you sick (infectious diseases, fluids, and things in blood).
    • Chemicals that can be harmful (medicines, cleaning stuff).
    • Things that can hurt you physically (falling, broken equipment, sharp objects).
    • Doing things with your body that might hurt it (lifting the wrong way, doing the same motion over and over).
    • Things that can hurt your mind (violence at work, stress, feeling really tired of your job).
  • Using a way of thinking to make dangers less likely:
    • Getting rid of the danger completely.
    • Changing the dangerous thing with something safer.
    • Using physical things to make sure the danger doesn’t happen, like safety tools or changing how the workplace is set up.
    • Making rules and ways of working that keep dangers lower.
    • Giving people things to wear or use to keep them safe if the other ways aren’t enough.
  • Doing checks to find dangers using a set way of doing it.
  • Writing down and keeping records of what dangers they found and what they did to make them less likely.
  • Always looking to see if what they did to make things safer is working and changing it if things are different.


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