Risk Management in Engine Anatomy is conducted as introductory education for freshmen in the mechanical engineering course. Spurred by a rupture accident that occurred in 2011, risk management for the prediction and avoidance of risks in work has been added to a safety education class. Risk management has been effective both in getting students to remain vigilant about safety and in raising awareness of improvements in the work environment. Daily implementation of risk management by student leaders in practical training successfully promoted a cultivation of self-awareness and responsibility. It also fostered the implementation of safety education that enabled students to create a safe work environment. Risk extraction and evaluation by analysis of risk trends was also performed, leading to the creation of a Plan-Do-Check-Action cycle that enabled anti-risk measures in work and the reduction of risk, even when the person in charge changes.