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Occupational Hazard Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control


Organizations that adhere to an established Occupational Health and Safety Management System Standard, are required to identify occupational risks and assess the health implications of their processes and workplaces. This assessment aims to identify any risks that may be deemed intolerable to the parties involved.

Furthermore, under the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1994 (Act 514), employers and self-employed individuals are legally obligated to ensure the safety, health, and welfare of their employees at work, to the extent that it is practical. To comply with the Occupational Safety & Health (OSH) Act, organizations must establish and maintain procedures for continuously identifying workplace hazards, assessing risks, and implementing necessary control measures.

Course Objective 

  • Participants able to explain the concepts of risk analysis and loss control.

  • Gain a comprehensive understanding of hazard identification principles and techniques.

  • Recognize the organizational factors that impact the effectiveness of risk analysis.

  • Apply specific methodologies to analyze risk.

  • Apply risk control methodologies and assess their effectiveness.

  • Evaluate the requirements and sources of support for risk analysis.

  • Participants to acquire the knowledge and skills necessary to describe risk analysis and loss control concepts, apply hazard identification techniques, understand organizational factors that influence risk analysis success, analyze risks using specific methodologies, assess requirements and support sources for risk analysis, and implement risk control methodologies.

Target Participants

Managers, Executive Level , Frontline staff, Supervisory staff, Technicians.

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