INTRODUCTION: What is A Risk Assessment?
A Risk assessment is a careful examination of what, in your area, office or other workspace, could cause harm to people. A Risk Assessment Form is laid out in such a way that it helps you to weigh up whether you have taken enough precautions or should do more to prevent harm.
The aim of Risk Assessment is to minimize in a realistic way the chances of people getting hurt or falling ill.
The important thing you need to decide is whether a hazard is significant and whether you have covered it by satisfactory precautions so that the risk is small.
Please click the links below to access the UL Risk Assessment Forms listed.
General Health & Safety Risk Assessment Sheet.General Health & Safety Risk Assessment Sheet: Guidelines Document. Pregnant Employee Assessment Checklist. Chemical Risk Assessment Chemical Risk Assessment: Guidelines DocumentVDU Workstation Checklist. Manual Handling Assessment Checklist.
Manual Handling RA Lifting of Water Containers
Manual Handling RA Movement of Boxes from Ground Level to High Shelf
Manual Handling RA Lifting of Office Furniture
Manual Handling RA Lifting of loads from ground level to desk in offices
Manual Handling RA Lifting of Gas Cylinders
Manual Handling RA Transporting of Loads from One Room to Another
In order to fill out the form, please follow the 5 Steps to a Risk Assessment
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