Risk Assessments & Method Statements – Feb 2024


Risk Assessments & Method Statements – Feb 2024


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Course Overview: 

This course offers a mix of the trainer’s presentation and group practical exercises. There will be plenty of opportunities to ask questions and share your own experiences. 


What you’ll learn in a half day (3.5 hours) –  

  • Health and Safety Law} a brief overview 
  • Sentencing Guidelines} 
  • What is a risk assessment and why have a method statement too? 
  • Common hazards including Covid-19 
  • Hierarchy of Control – what are the most useful and important mitigations 


What you’ll do in groups of 3 or 4 –  

  • Write a Method statement for your show/event 
  • Write a Risk Assessment for the same show/event 
  • Write a method statement and risk assessment for a different show/event in a different venue with different elements 
  • Share with the other groups 


Suitable For: 

Anyone who has responsibility for writing and/or reviewing risk assessments or who would like to get a better understanding of what’s involved and why 


Course feedback from the recent courses: 

100% feel more confident to write a Risk Assessment after the course  

also am more confident to pass it on to someone else for overall approval & provide a way to ensure the RA is fully acknowledged 


100% recommend the course 

especially to first timers 


100% recommend the trainer and style of training 

Very engaging and accessible. Good mix of activities. 

Thank you for bringing clarity to what can seem frightful. 


Really insightful information, enjoyed the tasks … because it got me thinking about what we learned in a practical sense.  

Found the real-life cases very interesting. 

It was lovely to work with colleagues in a fun and collaborative but also low-stakes situation. 

I liked that it was straight to the point with the correct amount of information. 




 Fiona Greenhill has been a Health and Safety Officer for ten years within roles at the Albany (Head of Operations), the Roundhouse (Head of Technical and Production) and the Almeida (Operations Director). 

She has written, reviewed and signed off Risk Assessments for theatre, opera, circus, live music, outdoor events and festivals and corporate events. 

Fiona is IOSH Managing Safely trained and now works as a Leadership Coach, Trainer and Consultant. 


Date and Time

Tuesday 13th February 2024, 10:30 – 14:00

Prices and How to Book

ITC members rate: £36 (£30+VAT) | EARLY BIRD: £30 (£25+VAT) – login to access

Non-members rate: £60 (£50+VAT) | EARLY BIRD: £54 (£45+VAT)


Book your place by selecting one ticket per attendee and filling in each person’s details. Tickets are limited.

The day before we will send you the Zoom joining instructions.


Bookings are registered on receipt of the course fee. As there are limited places on this course places are allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Outstanding payments may be cancelled in order for others to book and attend. Please find our full booking terms and conditions, including the cancellation policy here.