Clinical safety training courses: DCB 0129 and DCB 0160
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Clinical Risk Management training with Safehand

Safehand provides onsite clinical safety training for your Clinical Safety Officer and entire project team. Learn the detailed techniques of proactive clinical risk management and DCB 0129 / DCB 0160 compliance.

Safehand’s two-day clinical safety training course will teach you how to ensure that patient safety is put first when you manufacture or implement health IT. Our clinical risk management training focuses not just on what needs to be achieved but on the practicalities of how this can be achieved with the resources you have available.

Courses are led by Dr Adrian Stavert-Dobson an experienced Clinical Safety Officer, trainer and author of the seminal book on clinical risk management.

Clinical Risk Management Course features

  • Clinical safety training courses are run over two consecutive days on your site so you don’t need to travel.
  • You can invite as many personnel from your organisation as you like. This helps to develop a culture of clinical safety rather than it be the domain of just your Clinical Safety Officer.
  • NHS Digital can validate that it is not necessary to attend their own Accredited Clinician Course. Our course can be used as an alternative to that provided by NHS Digital or as a masterclass to build on existing knowledge.
  • Our course is flexible so that the trainer can concentrate on areas which are particularly relevant to you. Whether that’s learning to talk to suppliers and customers about safety, implications of the Medical Device Regulation or gaining a better understanding the role of the Clinical Safety Officer, we will give you the help that is relevant to you and your organisation.
Clinical Risk Management Training

Course structure

Our Clinical Safety Course is structured into eight modules:

  1. Introduction to DCB 0129/0160
  2. Preparing for Clinical Risk Management
  3. The hazard log and clinical risk evaluation
  4. Populating the hazard log
  5. The safety case
  6. Developing controls strategies
  7. Clinical risk management in live service
  8. Documenting concerns and incidents