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Whether you are a CEO or team leader, this free toolkit will help you identify potential risks to your organisation. Based on your answers to the self-assessment questions, the toolkit will identify where you may have some weaknesses while also providing practical advice about getting to grips with the problem.
Here you will find everything you need to identify areas where you and your organisation can improve. From the fire risk assessment to safeguarding vulnerable persons - the toolkit is made up of 11 videos, delivered by Bob Johnson and Claire Attenborough from Ecclesiastical.
|How to carry out a risk assessment||Fire safety and risk assessment|
|Disaster recovery plan||Sale of second-hand goods|
|Planning an event||Volunteers and lone working|
|Manual handling, slips and trips, accidents||Selection and training|
|Visits and outings||Safeguarding vulnerable persons|
Each video comes with a selection of useful downloads and links to help you build upon the knowledge gained from each part of the course.
Bob is the Technical Survey Manager at Ecclesiastical Insurance and has been undertaking risk management surveys and building valuations for the specialist insurer for over 25 years, particularly for charities, educational establishments, care, heritage and faith organisations. Bob is a Fellow of the Chartered Insurance Institute, holds the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health, and has represented Ecclesiastical on several technical committees. For many years he has been actively involved with charities operating in both care and youth work sectors in his spare time.
Claire has been a Specialist Surveyor at Ecclesiastical Insurance for over 20 years, with responsibility for training and research as well as undertaking risk management surveys and building valuations in the specialist areas of charity, care, faith, heritage and education. Claire is an Associate of the Chartered Insurance Institute, a Chartered Insurer, and also holds the NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health.