Definition of a risk assessment:
A risk assessment is a fundamental element of health and safety management. The main objective is to determine the various measures to comply with statutory duty which comes under the act 1974 of health and safety at work and the regulations are to reduce the level of incidents and accidents at workplace.
Why do a risk assessment?
The risk assessment will protect the workers as well as the business from in complying with the law.
An individual should attend risk assessment training from an organization because it will give the assurance of that individual is much competent within the industry and will gain abilities like identification of hazard, ability to categorize and evaluate the risks. These abilities allow suitable and sufficient risk assessment which is conducted within the organization.
How to do a risk assessment
For conducting risk assessment there are no fixed rules but there exist a few general principles which are to be followed.
The five steps to risk assessment should be followed to ensure that the risk assessment is carried out properly
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