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Equipment Risk Assessment p3


Work Equipment Risk Assessment - Restrictions, Guards and Effects of Temperature

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Please allow a few seconds for the check sheet to load.  Once completed you have the options to e-mail or print the assessment.


List of typical risk assessment questions around the Restrictions, Guards and Effects of Temperature.


Risk Assessment Questions Cover:




Is the use of the equipment to be restricted to nominated staff whose duties require them to use it?

Is training available for staff that will use this equipment and their supervisors in working methods, risks, precautions and other safety requirements?

Can the equipment be secured from in-appropriate use by untrained staff?




Are all dangerous parts of the equipment guarded or interlocked?

Where equipment cannot be guarded as in above are other protective devices provided?

Where protection cannot be provided in accordance with the above are risks adequately controlled by provision of information, instruction, training and supervision?


Effects of high or very low temperatures


Are all hot/cold parts of the equipment, which are likely to cause injury protect

Are all hot/cold substances or articles associated with the equipment protected?


Note: We do not store your risk assessment, once you close the form the data is removed.  If, you wish to keep a record of your data input, please print (WYSIWYG) or e-mail (data) the completed form.


Page 1 - Section 1 - Suitability

Page 2 - Section 2 - Maintenance

Page 4 - Section 6 - Specific Hazards

Page 5 - Section 7 - Controls (page 1 of 2)

Page 6 - Section 7 - Controls (page 2 of 2)

Page 7 - Section 8 - Miscellaneous

Page 3 - Section 3 - Restrictions, Section 4 - Guards and Section 5 - Effects of Temperature



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