Risk Assessment

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  • Risk Assessments
    • The aim is to make sure no on is hurt or injured
    • Stage 1: Look for the hazards
      • Work out how people may be harmed
    • Stage 2: Assess who may be harmed
      • Identify groups of people e.g employees
    • Stage 3: Consider the risk and decide what should be done
      • Do everything possible
      • Remove?
      • Control?
    • Stage 4: Document the findings
      • can be written simply
      • Useful for any type of review needed
    • Stage 5: Review the assessment and revise if necessary
      • review about once every year
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Sam Morran

Good resource - well laid out and good use of colour to support learning.

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