Develop A Risk Management Implementation Plan
(Bizsafe Level 2)

Candidates who are tasked to develop risk assessments for the workplace will learn how to:

  • Develop a workplace risk management plan to implement the hazard identification, risk  assessment, and risk control measures in accordance with organizational WSH policy

  • Establish hazard identification methodology for the workplace 

  • Establish risk assessment methodology for the workplace

  • Establish risk control measures methodology for the workplace

  • Verify the expectations of a risk management champion with relevant person in  accordance with organizational WSH polic

  • Form a risk management team based on organizational WSH policy and in compliance  with WSH (Risk Management) Regulation’s requirements

  • Present the risk management plan to relevant stakeholders

Competency in this course allows for candidates to be Risk Assessment champions for their companies, regardless of industry.

You will be able to create Risk Management teams and ensure your company is protected by mitigating risks.


This Bizsafe Level 2 course is for

  • WSH managers, WSH Officers, Risk Management Champions, Line Managers, Engineers, Supervisors, Risk Management Team Leaders and Risk Assessment Team Leaders and any Personnel responsible for Risk Management in their workplaces. 

  • Assumed Skills and Knowledge:

    • Recommended for the trainee to be competent to WSQ ESS Workplace Literacy and Numeracy (WPLN) Level 6 (Tertiary Levels )

Course Duration

  • 16 hours (online and in-person available)

Course Assessment

  • Written assessment

    • 10 MCQs & 5 Short Answer Questions

    • Written Assignment

Course Language

  • English

Course Fee(before GST)

  • $320 (before applicable funding)

Certificate Type and Validity

  • WSQ Statement of Attainment in Bizsafe Level 2 applicable to Bizsafe application journey

  • Certificate does not expire

Topics covered during the bizsafe level 2 course:

  • Organizational WSH policy

  • WSH (Risk Management Regulations) requirements

  • Expectations of a Risk Management (RM) Champion

  • Risk management process

  • Risk assessment plan

  • Hazard identification methodology

  • Classification of WSH hazards

  • Hazards associated with tools, equipment, materials and machines

  • Hazards associated with work processes/activities, workplace conditions and environment

  • At-risk behaviour

  • Concept of risk assessment

  • Risk assessment methodology

  • Risk control measures methodology

  • Concept of ALARP

  • Development of risk management plan

  • How to communicate the implemented risk control measures

Ensuring workplace safety and health (WSH) is paramount in any organization, and having a Risk Management Champion is crucial to meet these goals while adhering to organizational policies and WSH regulations. 

Let’s dive into the key responsibilities of this champion in establishing a robust risk management framework.

1. Defining Expectations: The Risk Management Champion plays a pivotal role in aligning organizational WSH expectations with key personnel. This involves a collaborative effort to establish clear guidelines and responsibilities for risk management.
This will be taught in the Bizsafe Level 2 course.

2. Forming a Risk Management Team: In accordance with organizational WSH policies and WSH (Risk Management) Regulations, the champion assembles a dedicated team. This team comprises individuals who are well-versed in risk assessment and control measures, ensuring compliance with regulatory requirements.

3. Hazard Identification Methodology: One of the initial steps is developing a structured methodology to identify WSH hazards within the workplace, covering all aspects of work activities and trades. This ensures that potential risks are thoroughly scrutinized.

4. Risk Control Measures Framework: Establishing a comprehensive framework for implementing risk control measures is essential. This framework is guided by the principles of the hierarchy of control, ensuring that risks are minimized to a reasonably practicable level.

5. Crafting a Risk Management Plan: A well-structured workplace risk management plan is then developed, incorporating hazard identification, risk assessment, and the application of control measures, all in strict accordance with organizational WSH policy.

6. Stakeholder Engagement: The Risk Management Champion must present the finalized risk management plan to relevant stakeholders for their consideration. This step ensures transparency and collaboration in implementing risk management strategies.

7. Effective Communication: Lastly, the champion is responsible for effectively communicating identified hazards, assessed risks, and implemented control measures to all concerned parties. This aligns with the risk management plan’s directives and ensures that everyone is well-informed and vigilant. These are some of the important topics you will learn in the Bizsafe Level 2 course.