Level 2 Risk Assessment with Falls Prevention

Course Types: eLearning, Face to face (inc. video options)
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It is essential to ensure that a risk assessment has been prepared and carried out before care can be taken of a person. Health and social care workers need to understand how to carry out risk assessments in the workplace. There is a correct method to risk assessment; this course covers each step.

It is easy to overlook possible hazards that might contribute to injuries or someone falling over in your care if you haven’t been trained to look for them. These types of injuries can most often be prevented by a trained member of staff carrying out a proper risk assessment.

This course includes.

  • The step-by-step process of taking a risk assessment correctly
  • Why it is essential to be able to conduct a risk assessment that is specifically focused on the prevention of falls
  • The differences between hazard, risk, and control measures
  • What your key responsibilities as a risk assessor are as stipulated under the Health and Safety at Work Act
  • The five steps of risk assessment
  • The importance of record keeping and the correct way to do it
  • Client perception – why it matters and the effect it can have on the risk of falls in the workplace
  • Falls prevention assessment


This half-day course comprises an engaging mix of activities. After taking the course, you’ll be asked to complete a simple multiple-choice assessment. You will be given a certificate to acknowledge the passing of the course.

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