Explosive Learning Org

How to Write a Risk Assessment

10 Students enrolled
0 reviews
  • Description
  • Curriculum
  • FAQ
  • Reviews

In this 16-Class course, students will learn how to write a risk assessment for any event. The course will be divided into the following topics:

Class 1: Introduction to Event Risk Management
Overview of course and importance of event risk management.

Class 2: Understanding Hazards and Risks
Types of hazards and risks, how to identify and assess them, and techniques for prioritizing.

Class 3: Risk Assessment Methodology
Approaches to risk assessment, including qualitative and quantitative methods, and how to choose the appropriate methodology.

Class 4: Event Planning and Preparation
Developing a risk assessment plan that includes an event profile, stakeholder analysis, and risk assessment criteria.

Class 5: Risk Mitigation and Control Measures
Different types of risk controls, including avoidance, transfer, and acceptance, and strategies for selecting and implementing effective controls.

Class 6: Emergency Planning and Response
Emergency planning and response procedures, including communication plans, evacuation plans, and emergency drills.

Class 7: Contingency Planning
Contingency planning for potential risks and hazards, including backup plans and alternative scenarios.

Class 8: Documentation and Communication
Documentation and communication strategies for risk assessment plans and procedures.

Class 9: Testing and Evaluation
Testing and evaluation of risk assessment plans and procedures.

Class 10: Legal and Ethical Considerations
Legal and ethical considerations in event risk management, including liability, confidentiality, and privacy.

Class 11: Stakeholder Management
Stakeholder management strategies, including identification, engagement, and communication.

Class 12: Venue and Infrastructure Risk Assessment
Risk assessment for event venues and infrastructure, including site inspections and hazard identification.

Class 13: Incident and Accident Investigation
Incident and accident investigation procedures, including root cause analysis and corrective action.

Class 14: Crisis Management
Crisis management strategies, including crisis communication and response procedures.

Class 15: Recovery and Resilience
Recovery and resilience strategies for events, including post-incident analysis and planning.

Class 16: Best Practices and Lessons Learned
Best practices and lessons learned from event risk management experiences.

By the end of this course, students will have a comprehensive understanding of event risk management and will be able to create a risk assessment plan for any event.

The flexible schedule (Recorded Flex Class) allows your learners to watch the pre-recorded videos and do them at a time that is FUN for them!

What is the class structure?
Our dynamic class structure combines insightful lectures, interactive discussions, and practical activities, ensuring that students gain both the theoretical knowledge and practical skills necessary to excel in their academic journey. By exploring various learning styles and memorization strategies, we aim to personalize the learning experience, enabling each student to discover the most effective study methods that resonate with their unique learning preferences.