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Workplace Risk Assessment


EVERY EMPLOYER HAS A STATUTORY DUTY TO ENSURE THAT "WORKPLACE" IS SAFE TO USE

 

Employers must afford their employees a safe and healthy workplace and working environment. Factors such as workspace, lighting, ventilation, temperature, cleanliness, traffic routes, falls, building structures (i.e. windows, doors, and gates etc.) and welfare facilities (i.e. toilets, wash- stations, changing accommodation) should all be taken into account.

 

A workplace risk assessment breaks a workplace down in to specific areas to be assessed;

 

Maintenance of workplace, and of equipment, devices and systems.

Ventilation.

Temperature in indoor workplaces.

Lighting.

Cleanliness and waste materials.

Room dimensions and space.

Workstations and seating.

Condition of floors and traffic routes.

Falls or falling objects.

Windows, and transparent or translucent doors, gates and walls.

Windows, skylights and ventilators.

Ability to clean windows etc. safely.

Organisation etc. of traffic routes.

Doors and gates.

Escalators and moving walkways.

Sanitary conveniences.

Washing facilities.

Drinking water.

Accommodation for clothing.

Facilities for changing clothing.

Facilities for rest and to eat meals.

 

Workplace risk assessments should guide the risk assessor through the workplace risk assessment ensuring the risk assessment is undertaken in a plan and systematic way.

 


TIRA Software Solution for Creating Risk Assessment Task Inventories. (try it free)

 

TIRA is your 'One Stop Shop' for your business occupational health and safety risk assessments requirements. Comprehensive yet simple to use and extremely competitively priced

 

Risk Rating: TIRA uses typical occupational health and safety quantitative assessment ratings as shown in the following guidelines.

 

5x5 Risk Assessment Matrix

Likelihood Severity (consequences)

 

5. Almost Certain

4. Probable

3. Possible

2. Possible (under unfortunate circumstances)

1. Rare

 

Severity (consequences)

 

5. Fatality

4. Major Injury, resulting in disability

3. Injury Requires, Doctor’s or Hospital attendance

2. Minor Injury, 1st Aid required

1. Minor Injury, 1st Aid not required

 

TIRA's task inventory risk assessment guides the risk assessor through the task inventory risk assessment ensuring the task inventory is produced in an efficient and systematic way.

 

Additional Risk Assessment in our TIRA software;

 

1.Task Inventory Risk Assessments

2.Tasked Based Risk Assessments

3.Work Equipment Risk Assessments

4.Manual Handling Risk Assessments

5.Workplace Risk Assessments

6.Hazardous Substances Risk Assessments

7.Fire Precautions Risk Assessments

8.First Aid Risk Assessments

9.Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Risk Assessments

10.Display Screen Equipment (DSE) Risk Assessments


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