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Workplace risk assessment

Audit

Can be entangled due to:
Can anyone be cut, stabbed or punctured due to?
Can anyone’s body parts be:
Can anyone be struck by moving objects due to:
Can anyone come into contact with?
Can anyone be injured by electrical shock due to:
Can anyone’s health be affected by exposure to:
1. Elimination. 2. Substitution. 3. Engineering Controls. 4. Isolation. 5. Administrative Controls. 6. PPE
Can anyone using the plant, or in the vicinity of the plant, slip, trip or fall due to:
Can anyone be suffocated due to:
Can anyone’s health be affected by extreme temperatures by:
Is lighting acceptable in this area?
Is noise acceptable in this area?
Could the plant create hazardous conditions other than above mentioned categories including:
CLASSIFICATION1. FACTOR
a. Catastrophe; numerous fatalities; major disruption of activities 100
b. Disaster; multiple fatalities; 50
c. Very serious; Fatality; 25
d. Serious; serious injury (amputation, permanent disability) 15
e. Important; disabling injury; 5
f. Noticeable; minor cuts, bruises, bumps; minor damage. 1
a. Continuously (or many times daily) 10
b. Frequently (approximately once daily). 6
c. Occasionally (from once per week to once per month) 3
d. Infrequent (from once per month to once per year). 2
e. Rarely (it has been known to occur) 1
f. Very rarely (not known to have occurred) 0.5
a. Almost certain likely or expected result; 1 in 10 chance. 10
b. Quite possible/not unusual; 1 in 10 to 1 in 100 chance 6
c. Would be an unusual sequence or coincidence; 1 in 100 to 1 in 1000 chance 3
d. Would be a remotely possible coincidence 1 in 1000 to 1 in 10,000 chance. 1
e. Has never happened after many years of exposure, but is conceivably possible; 1 in 10 000 to 1 in 100,0000 0.5
f. Practically impossible sequence (has never happened) 1 in 100,000 chance or lower 0.1
500 Very high risk Immediate action required. HIGH PRIORITY.
300- 499 High risk Management attention needed. Hazards NOT adequately controlled.
150- 299 Substantial risk Management attention needed. Hazards NOT adequately controlled.
60- 149 Moderate risk Hazard must be examined against current standards
0- 59 Low risk Manage by routine procedures.
- Is it possible to eliminate the risk?
- Is it possible to reduce the level of risk posed by the hazard by (priority order.
· Substitution (using less hazardous alternatives)
· Isolation (separating the operator from the risk)
· Engineering controls (re-designing plant or equipment).
- Is it possible to reduce the level of risk posed by the hazard by changing operating procedures, training, supervision, providing information etc
- Is it possible to reduce the level or risk posed by the hazard by wearing personal protective equipment and clothing?
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