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Risk Assessment Awareness E-Learning Module

Risks are apparent in all types of employment, but what is risk? How do we identify and, more importantly, avoid the dangers related to that risk? This course will help you be more aware of the risks involved in the task performed by you, your employees or colleagues and how they can affect other contractors and members of the public. It will highlight the relevant legislation and how to risk assess and decide upon controls those risks.

The course has a multiple-choice test at the end and successful delegates will get a downloadable certificate to show they have completed and understood the contents of this course.

  • What is Risk?
  • Hazards
  • Risks
  • What Is Risk Assessment?
  • Accidents
  • Who Should Carry Out Risk Assessments?
  • Legislation
  • The Stages Of Risk Assessment
  • Task Identification
  • Identifying Hazards
  • Persons At Risk
  • Estimate The Level Of Risk
  • Risk Evaluation
  • Risk Control Measures
  • Recording A Risk Assessment
  • Review Your Findings

I don't have Microsoft Office or Microsoft Word, what should I do?

If you don't have Microsoft Office, or Microsoft Word installed on your PC or Mac, don't worry - you can still use our products. You can get a free alternative from Open Office.

Open Office Org is open-source developed alternative to Microsoft Office, developed by a large software company called Oracle. Open Source means the company who build the software, allow 100% use of it, 100% free.

Since Open Office is specifically developed to be exactly the same as Microsoft Office, with all the same programs in the suite (Eg: Word, Excel, Access and Power Point) - it will freely open any Microsoft Office file-format. Meaning, just because a document was written in Microsoft Word, doesn't mean it can't be opened in another program. Open Office will do that, and vise versa.

To download and install Open Office;

  1. Go to
  2. On the left hand side, click 'I want to download Open Office'. In the green box, click the main link which starts with 'Start downloading'
    • Windows Only:When the program has downloaded, click Install and wait for the program to install.
    • MAC OSX Only:When the program has downloaded, a notification box will pop up with an arrow from the Open Office Icon to the Applications Folder in Finder, drag the icon to the Applications folder to install the program.
  3. You are now ready to use Open Office, and the documents you have purchased from us.