What Does 'Suitable and Sufficient Mean, With Regards to Risk Assessments | NFPS Ltd

What Does ‘Suitable and Sufficient Mean, With Regards to Risk Assessments

What Does ‘Suitable and Sufficient Mean, with regards to risk assessments?

In my last video ‘Supervision in the Gym’ I spoke about risk assessments and the importance of a risk assessment being the ‘hub’ from where everything else – policy, procedure etc., comes from.

Since that video, I have been emailed and messaged with people asking me what the words ‘suitable and sufficient’ mean in relation to a risk assessment being done to a suitable and sufficient standard.

So in this video, I’m speaking about that and including an extract from one of the videos from our NFPS Level 3 Risk Assessment Course.

That course is just being updated because I have had a lot of enquiries about it and I may be launching it again in about a months time, but when I do I’ll only be taking 100 applications for it as we obviously have to mark and assess the paperwork for those who wish to gain an NFPS Level 3 certificate in it, but I’ll keep you posted about that.

Anyway, enjoy the video and I hope that I have explained what ‘suitable and sufficient’ means to you in a way that you can understand it.

Have a great day!

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