RA101 – Introduction to Risk Assessment

Last updated on August 24th, 2022 at 12:13 pm

Learn Machinery Risk Assessment anytime and anywhere. 

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Introduction to Risk Assessment is our self-directed machinery risk assessment course, based on ISO 12100:2010 and ISO/TR 14121-2:2012 standards. Delivered online, this course features a widely accepted methodology that can be used without modification in Canada, the EU, and the USA.

Course Pacing

Course materials and video lectures are released weekly and should take you 1-3 hours per week to complete.

Extra help

In addition to video lectures, online open office hours and live online private coaching is included.

Owning a copy of ISO 12100:2010 and ISO/TR 14121-2:2012 is recommended before you start the course, but you can get by without them.

More Information

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Need more information? No problem! Head to our Course Page to find out more or sign up for the course.

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2 thoughts on “RA101 – Introduction to Risk Assessment

  1. Can you please send me comments to the following questions regarding your online course:

    – After you buy it, does it have a set schedule, or can you do it at your own pace?
    – Is there a dateline when you have to finish all modules by?
    – Do you provide any course material?

    1. Hi Jose,

      The courses are set up with a drip-feed schedule, with a new chapter available each week. If you get behind it’s not a problem, as you can catch up as you have time available. There is no deadline for completion of the course.

      The courses have many downloadable documents. Additionally, you do not lose access to the course once you complete it, so you can always come back to review any topic in the course whenever you like. If the course is updated, you have access to the updated version.

      Some courses make use of commercially available textbooks, like the one used in the functional safety course.

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