Risk Assessment For Risk Assessors

Do you have team members that are new to the world of risk assessment? Perhaps you’ve nominated them to complete one and they need bringing up to speed on what’s involved – or maybe you’d just like to refresh their knowledge?

We offer two Risk Assessment for Risk Assessors courses to suit your business’ individual needs. You can book an in-house course for up to 8 of your employees, offering a cost-effective day of training that will really benefit the safety of your business.

Neither has any entry requirements, so delegates don’t need any prior knowledge or experience to attend. Find out more about each below.

General Risk Assessment Training Day

Our popular risk assessor training days are the perfect introduction to risk assessment. Ideal for those who’ve never completed one before, our engaging and hands-on course will tell delegates all you need to know to get started.

They’ll learn about health and safety regulations and what’s expected of them, how to complete a risk assessment correctly and the dos and don’ts: consider it the perfect starter kit, explaining all they need to know to carry out their risk assessment responsibilities effectively.

Who is the course for?

We designed this course ourselves to train employees who have been nominated to complete general risk assessments (as required by the Management of Health and Safety Regulations 1999). It’s ideal for people who haven’t completed a risk assessment before.

What does the course cover?

The course sets the scene of the current legal requirements, before exploring hazard identification techniques and all the essential stages involved in completing a suitable and sufficient risk assessment. By the end of the day, delegates will have the knowledge to complete a risk assessment of their own.

HSE Nebosh Accredited Risk Assessment Course

Looking for an HSE Nebosh accredited risk assessment course to expand your team’s knowledge further? We are delighted to be one of the providers of the NEBOSH HSE Managing Risks and Risk Assessment at Work course.

Who is the course for?

The NEBOSH course is suitable for those new to risk assessment, and can also serve as a comprehensive refresher course for those who haven’t had risk assessment responsibilities for a while. It’s ideal for managers, supervisors, SHE champions and union representatives, and can help them work towards their CPD (Continuous Professional Development) programme.

What does the course cover?

This one-day programme explores the HSE’s expectations for employers when they complete their risk assessments. On completion of the course, delegates will have learnt:

  • How to identify hazards
  • How to assess risks using HSE tools
  • How to evaluate risks proportionately
  • How to identify control measures

The course concludes with a one-hour assessment, which we will prepare delegates for. If they pass this, each delegate will receive a NEBOSH certificate in the post.

Get a Quote Online

Complete our application form today to get a quote. We’re able to cater for a maximum of 8 delegates per course.

In-house Courses

Studying at(Required)
Company Address(Required)



An informative and interesting course, I have learned a lot and enjoyed the classroom activities. All trainers were great, helpful, enthusiastic, informative and friendly.


Richard was very informative amazing tutor for us to learn from, he was very inspiring!


Good and relevant information, Gary is an experienced and knowledgeable instructor.


An excellent course as always, I’m going to do the Environmental Diploma next


A brilliant course, Jackie is a great tutor able to gain attention and share her knowledge


Why choose us?

  • Friendly, family-run business since 1998
  • Highly qualified and experienced tutors
  • Proven track record, with pass rates for NEBOSH courses well above the national average
  • Recognised as NEBOSH Gold Learning Partners
  • Courses can be tailored to suit your company’s precise requirements
  • Fully kitted out, purpose-built training centre available for use

Need help? Call us direct on 01733 865 695

Alternatively, click here to fill in our contact form.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do your training days conclude with an assessment?

This is up to you – we can provide an optional written assessment at the end of the training day, ensuring that delegates have understood the course fully.

How much do your Risk Assessment for Risk Assessors courses cost?

To get a quote for one of our courses, please contact us today or complete the form above – we’ll get back to you as soon as possible.

Where do your in-house courses take place?

We can operate these courses either at our own purpose-built premises in Hampton, Peterborough, or at your own workplace, provided you have a suitable training/meeting room available.

Latest News

April 2024 | 17 min read

Human Factors in Health and Safety

The HSE model within HSG48 Human factors in safety gives three factors which may impact on human behaviour. These could contribute to mistakes, violations and accidents or equally reduce the likelihood of human failure resulting in an injury or accident. Organisational factors such as the quality of the H&S leadership, having a proactive H&S approach […]

Read More Read More

February 2024 | 6 min read

HSE Takes Action on Falsified ND Testing

To ensure welds and other materials are free from internal and external damage, a range of non destructive tests can be carried out. Some highlighting external imperfections others using Xray’s and Gamma Rays to look deep into the material structure. The HSE has flagged a few cases recently where the testing which has been undertaken […]

Read More Read More

February 2024 | 3 min read

Health Surveillance in Health and Safety

Health surveillance Essentially, a health surveillance programme is a series of ongoing checks on employees to establish a baseline and ensure that their work is not adversely affecting them. Health surveillance aims to provide early identification of potential ill health. The data collated enables employers to implement better controls to prevent the development or exacerbation […]

Read More Read More

Sign up for Cambridge Safety Newsletter

Sign up using your email below to stay up to date with the latest industry news & insights.

Get in touch
Call Us Direct On... 01733 865 695
© Cambridge Safety 2024 . All rights reserved. Website by Echo.
website uptime string