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Risk Assessment in Care Level 2

The Risk Assessment in Care Level 2 webinar is designed to provide healthcare support workers and adult social care workers with an understanding of the importance of health and safety risk assessments and how they are applied within care settings.

The webinar typically lasts for 3 hours. It incorporates presentations, case studies, interactive discussions, and question-and-answer sessions to actively engage participants and enhance their understanding of the subject matter.

Upon successful completion of the webinar, participants will receive a certificate that is valid for 3 years. This certification demonstrates their competence in understanding and applying risk assessment principles in care settings, reinforcing their ability to contribute to a safe and healthy working environment.

Learning Objectives

  • Awareness of related health and safety legislation
  • List common causes of accidents
  • Know the meaning of ‘risk’ when it comes to health and safety
  • List the steps to a risk assessment
  • How to support the risk assessment process

Care Health and Safety Courses

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand what Coronavirus (COVID-19) is
  • List the signs and symptoms
  • List who is at risk of infection
  • General advice for COVID-19 / safe practice
  • Understand the chain of infection
  • Understand measures for preventing and limiting the spread
  • Demonstrate effective hand hygiene
  • Demonstrate effective use of disinfectant hand rubs
  • Understand appropriate PPE
  • Understand appropriate waste segregation

Classroom training
eLearning course

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand workplace violence and aggression
  • Know the laws that apply to both employers and employees regarding the subject
  • Consider how to resolve confrontational situations using effective communication
  • Understand factors regarding workplace safety
  • Understand the importance of personal safety
  • Understand reducing restrictive interventions by using a range of physical techniques to break away from aggressive situations

Classroom training

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain the causes of infection and the methods of control
  • Identify the legislation and guidance associated with infection prevention and control
  • Describe employer and employee responsibilities
  • Explain safe practice and the use of PPE and personal hygiene
  • Understand the principles of decontamination and waste management

Classroom or webinar training
eLearning course
Distance Learning

Learning Objectives:

  • List the legislation associated with lone-working
  • Produce a risk assessment for lone working
  • Describe the precautions that can be put into place
  • Explain supervision for alone worker
  • List methods of communication
  • Describe how to report an incident

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Know the importance of spinal health and wellbeing and the impact this has on any working activity
  • To identify the importance of taking a balanced risk assessment approach and what needs to be considered prior to undertaking the activity
  • To describe the legal framework and key guidance and how this influences safer  person centred moving, assisting and hoisting
  • To demonstrate safer principles of handling whilst completing practical aspects of your role

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Know the importance of spinal health and wellbeing and the impact this has on any working activity
  • To identify the importance of taking a balanced risk assessment approach and what needs to be considered before undertaking the activity
  • To describe the legal framework and key guidance and how this influences safer  person-centred moving, assisting and hoisting
  • To demonstrate safer principles of handling whilst completing practical aspects of your role
  • Manual Handling Theory
  • Inanimate Load Handling & Practical Application of Ergonomics
  • Chair Manoeuvres
  • Bed Manoeuvres
  • Hoisting
  • Lateral Transfers

Classroom training

Learning Objectives:

  • Know the importance of spinal health and wellbeing and the impact this has on any working activity
  • To identify the importance of taking a balanced risk assessment approach and what needs to be considered before undertaking the activity
  • To describe the legal framework and key guidance and how this influences safer  person-centred moving, assisting and hoisting
  • To demonstrate safer principles of handling whilst completing practical aspects of your role
  • Manual Handling Theory
  • Inanimate Load Handling & Practical Application of Ergonomics
  • Chair Manoeuvres
  • Bed Manoeuvres
  • Hoisting
  • Lateral Transfers

Classroom training

Learning Objectives:

  • Know the importance of spinal health and wellbeing and the impact this has on any working activity
  • To identify the importance of taking a balanced risk assessment approach and what needs to be considered prior to undertaking the activity
  • To describe the legal framework and key guidance and how this influences safer  person centred moving, assisting and hoisting
  • To demonstrate safer principles of handling whilst completing practical aspects of your role
  • Manual Handling Theory
  • Inanimate Load Handling & Practical Application of Ergonomics
  • Chair Manoeuvres
  • Bed Manoeuvres
  • Hoisting
  • Lateral Transfers

Classroom training

Learning Objectives:

  • Know the importance of spinal health and wellbeing and the impact this has on any working activity
  • To identify the importance of taking a balanced risk assessment approach and what needs to be considered prior to undertaking the activity
  • To describe the legal framework and key guidance and how this influences safer  person centred moving, assisting and hoisting
  • To demonstrate safer principles of handling whilst completing practical aspects of your role
  • Manual Handling Theory
  • Inanimate Load Handling & Practical Application of Ergonomics
  • Chair Manoeuvres
  • Bed Manoeuvres
  • Hoisting
  • Lateral Transfers

Classroom training

Learning Objectives:

  • To be able to suitably assess hoisting operations and reduce the risk where reasonably practicable
  • To know the main legislation relating to hoisting
  • To demonstrate, practically the principles of safer hoisting of people

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Awareness of related health and safety legislation
  • Understanding the basics of risk assessment
  • List the stages of one
  • Know the common causes of accidents

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand and demonstrate safer manual handling techniques when pushing/pulling wheelchairs
  • Be aware of safe techniques for assisting a wheelchair user with transfers
  • Understand how it feels to be an essential wheelchair user
  • Be aware of access issues and how to improve access for wheelchair users and those assisting them
  • Gain confidence to safely assist and manoeuvre wheelchairs in a range of situations

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • To understand the principles of Single Handed Care
  • To know the main legislation relating to moving and assisting
  • To demonstrate, practically, the principles of safe moving and assisting people
  • To be able to suitably assess moving and assisting operations

Classroom training

Learning Objectives:

  • Explain what a fall is and the implications associated with slips, trips and falls
  • Describe the hazard analysis and risk assessment process
  • Have an understanding of the prevention of falls and intervention methods

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Understand competency and assessment and manage both
  • Explain the role of the assessor and their development
  • To recap the legal framework and key guidance and how this influences safer  person-centred moving, assisting and hoisting
  • Know the importance of wellbeing and the impact this has on working activity
  • To identify the importance of taking a balanced risk assessment approach and what needs to be considered before undertaking the activity
  • Carry out assessments of staff competence and ensure that others are aware of their roles and responsibilities

Classroom or webinar training

Learning Objectives:

  • Legislation and responsibility
  • How does the law work?
  • What does the law require?
  • What are common hazards?
  • What is risk?
  • What is a risk assessment?
  • How can risk be reduced?

Classroom or webinar training