15th April 2021

Outdoor Risk Management

Written by Owen Senior

Outdoor Risk Management has been designed in partnership with Rescue 3 Europe to provide the industry standard in training for working in remote areas.

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Outdoor Risk Management | A New Course at Plas y Brenin 

If, as an organisation, you need staff to work in remote terrain it’s essential that you give those people the training, knowledge and confidence they need to manage risk and keep themselves safe.

Our Outdoor Risk Management, two day course, has been designed in partnership with Rescue 3 Europe to provide the industry standard in training for working in remote areas, coastal areas and upland terrain.

It is essential that you provide training for any staff that visit unfamiliar terrain or remote areas while at work.

Who’s it For?

Outdoor Risk Management is for anyone who works or studies outdoors in remote, coastal or upland terrain.

Workers 

  • Communications engineers
  • Water testing 
  • Caring for livestock
  • Film crews
  • Teachers

Students 

  • Field studies
  • Geography 
  • Archeology 
  • Anything Outdoors…

What the RSPCA say about Outdoor Risk Management

“This course is of great benefit to our staff. They are lone workers who are faced with working in difficult and challenging environments and sometimes working with challenging people”.

Risk assessment and situational awareness are key to our officer safety and working with PYB instructors who are constantly risk assessing by the very nature of their job helps our staff understand the safety culture of the team at PyB (which is inherent in the way they work).

Our staff have little control over their workplace so it’s vital they think and act safely and understand the hazards that working in challenging environments bring. This course helps build that understanding”.

– Tim Minty, Superintendent 

The Training

Courses can take place at our amazing base in North Wales: www.pyb.co.uk

If you have access to suitable terrain we can run courses at your location.

The Outdoor Risk Management course runs over 2 days (12 hours) and includes a mix of classroom and outdoor learning that will cover…

  • Weather
  • Navigation
  • Risk Assessment 
  • Hazard Recognition
  • Personal Equipment 
  • Emergency Situations  

Get it Booked 

If you have a staff team or a group of students that work/ study in remote terrain you must get this course booked as soon as possible.

Train your crew – give them the training, knowledge and confidence they need to manage risk and keep themselves safe.

Do not leave your organisation liable in the event of an accident.

Training costs from £160 per person, non residential.