Risk Assessment Training in 2021

Whether you’re working in physically demanding industries like construction, manufacturing, and healthcare or office jobs like marketing, business, and tech, safety risks are unavoidable without proper control measures in place.

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, there were an estimated 2.8 million workplace injuries and illnesses reported in 2019 alone. And since the spread of Covid-19 all over the world, this number has only increased. Although these estimates are frightening to think about, they also highlight the importance of proper risk assessment and workplace safety training. 

You might be thinking that risk assessment seems like a straightforward and simple concept to grasp but not all employees have the needed skills to put theory into practice, which is why proper risk assessment training is needed. In this article, we’ll talk about what risk assessment means, why it is implemented by companies, some examples of risk assessments, the importance of risk assessment training, and learning tools and methods you can use to conduct proper training for your employees.

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