WSQ Develop a Risk Management Implementation Plan
On completion of this WSQ (Workforce Skills Qualification) course, learners will acquire the knowledge and skills to be a Risk Management Champion for the organisation in reducing risks at source by managing the risk management process at workplace and to enable the organisation to gain recognition of bizSAFE level 2 by Workplace Safety and Health Council (WSHC). It involves developing a practical risk management implementation plan for the organisation which identify specific actions to be taken, by whom and time for their completion. It also entails formation of risk management team, risk assessment, controlling and monitoring the risks, communicating these risks to all persons involved and in compliance with the Risk Management Code of Practice (RMCP).
The course is relevant and intended for:
- Risk Management / Risk Assessment Team Members/Leaders; Risk Management Champions
- Engineers / Executives
- Line Supervisors who are supervising the work on ground.
Participant Size: <=20 per trainer
This course will cover the essentials on Risk management, assessment, control concepts and methodology and communication.
- Risk Management Concepts
- Regulations and Code of Practice for Risk Management
- Hazard Identification Process
- Risk Evaluation Methods and Procedures
- Risk Control Measures
- ALARP Concept
- Implementation of Control Measures
- Effectiveness of Control Measures
- Risk Communication
- Developing Workplace Risk Management Plan
Case Studies related to hazardous construction activities
Course duration: 15 hours training (2 days) with 1 hour of assessment/exam
Delivery Method: Lectures, Group discussions, Case Studies.
Venue: We have training centres conveniently located in the Central, North, South and West.
Upon successful completion of this course with the learner passed the assessment, a Statement of Attainment (SOA) will be awarded by WSHC and the Enterprise will be upgraded to level 2 status.
Price – Only S$340/person (subject to GST), before SDF subsidy
Note: Participant must attend at least 75% of each module of the course to be eligible for the funding.