This short 'BiteSIZE CPD' course has been developed by myself, Andrew Protheroe, Director and Head of Risk and Resilience at PCR Global.
Why has the session been provided?
This micro-session was built by using the video from the 'PCR Global A - Z of Risk Management: Hazard identification YouTube Video'.
As a member of a number of professional institutions, I recognise that CPD (Continuing Professional Development) is crucial to our personal and professional development.
As finding suitable content can often be time consuming, I simply took the time to:
1) Upload the A - Z video to our eLearning Academy ⬆️ 2) Add some relevant content ✏️ 3) Create some questions❓❓, and 4) Ask Andrew Collins to draft a PCR BiteSIZE CPD Certificate 🎖
We hope you find the content useful and it goes some way to help you evidencing some CPD.
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Note: This BiteSIZE micro-session does not teach you how to undertake hazard identification, it provides general information.
Although the course makes reference to UK regulations, the information provided would be useful to anyone aiming to improve their knowledge of hazard identification.
Myself and the PCR Team recognise that undertaking an online course does not ensure competence in any risk management discipline.
The information we provide is not intended to be 'stand alone'. It is designed to form part of any training identified as required by a robust and specific risk assessment.
What to expect from this micro-session?
The PCR 'A to Z of Risk Management: H is for Hazard Identification' from the PCR Global YouTube Channel
Information regarding hazard / threat terminology from recognised sources such as ASIS and BS 16000:2015 the British Standard for Security management
References and and discussions surrounding information used in other PCR Global courses
Jeff Cooper - Threat Assessment Colour Code
Lt Col. Jeff Cooper was a United States Marine who fought in World War II in the Pacific Theater as well as in the Korean War.
Col. Cooper is very well known throughout the Self-Defence community for his work on combat applications of both the pistol and the rifle as well as his development of the “Colour Code of Situational Awareness” as it pertains to having a combat mindset.
Assessment questions at the end of the CPD course
There are many methods of evaluating CPD activities - these could be as simple as registering for a webinar.
For our CPD we have ensured we provide a set of questions at the end of the session - this best enables us to verify as best as possible a degree of knowledge attainment or retention.
Will I get a certificate?
Yes. A CPD certificate will be provided if you score 100% in the end of CPD questions.
Who would it benefit?
The course would be of use to:
1 - Those new to Health and Safety.
2 - Security operatives.
2 - Anyone aiming to add to their CPD!
4 - Organisations that have to evidence competence / training as part of their:
ISO, CHAS, SMAS, SafeContractor or Achilles etc.
A personal recommendation
Being a member of relevant risk management institutions has many bonuses.
There are many professional membership bodies. I am a current member of the following, and highly recommend you visit their websites to review if membership would be right for you too:
Institution of Occupational Safety and Health
"The Institution of Occupational Safety and Health is a global organisation for health and safety professionals, based in UK.
With over 46,000 members worldwide, IOSH is a focal point for health and safety professionals working in a diverse range of organisations."
International Institute of Risk & Safety Management
"IIRSM is a charity for those responsible for managing risks in all their forms. We have a community of 8000+ globally, representing all risk disciplines from compliance, environmental management, health and safety, insurance, internal audit, quality management, security, project management and more.
IIRSM provides practical education, training, advice, resources and networking to help people and organisations manage the challenges they face and appreciate the vital role risk management plays - from protecting profits and reputation, to more importantly lives."
The Security Institute
"The Security Institute is a United Kingdom based professional body for security professionals. Membership of the Institute is open to security professionals, with other individuals with an interest in security being able to become affiliated.
We are the UK’s largest professional membership body for security professionals, with over 3,000 members to date. Since 2000 we have been working to promote the highest possible standards of integrity and professional competence in the business of security."
The Chartered Quality Institute - CQI
"The CQI is the professional body for experts in improving product, project and service quality. For more than 100 years, we've been championing organisational excellence by setting professional standards for quality management in the UK and globally.
With 19,000 members in 100 countries, we are the partner of choice for quality management practitioners and, through our International Register of Certificated Auditors (IRCA) certification, for systems audit professionals. We’re the only body that can award Chartered Quality Professional status."
The Institute of Environmental Management and Assessment
"IEMA is the professional body for everyone working, studying or interested in environment and sustainability. We provide resources, tools, research and knowledge sharing to meet the real world needs of our members. We believe that together we’re positively changing attitudes to sustainability as a progressive force for good."
I really hope you find this BiteSIZE CPD course beneficial to your risk management journey.
The ability to understand and when needed undertake hazard identification is fundamental for robust health and safety and security risk management.
If you have any questions or suggestions please drop me a message.
Thanks for reading and taking this short course if you do - Andy.
- Heads in the books and boots on the ground
- Never trusting it, always testing it
- Staying safe, staying healthy, and staying productive.
PCR | Hazard Identification video
BS EN IEC 31010:2019 Risk management – Risk assessment techniques
Ishikawa Diagram (Fish bone diagram)
Situational awareness - Jeff Cooper - Colour Code
Hazard identification - HSE Guidance and Manufacturers Guidance
End of BiteSIZE CPD
Questions regarding Hazard Identification
Course completion time will vary on skill level and whether you search for wider content - most will complete the course within 60mins.
The certificate issued will expire 1 year from the date of successful completion.
For technical support and guidance
Please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Andrew on +44 (0)7962 180459