Health and Safety Risk Assessment

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Health and Safety Risk Assessment Service

Health and Safely Risk Assessments are a legal requirement under Section 19 of the 2005, Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act. A health and safety risk assessment can be defined as "identifying sensible measures to control the risks in your workplaceā€¯. The purpose of a Health and Safety Risk Assessment is to outline how to undertake work activities in a safe manner

As part of managing the health and safety of in any business, the senior team must control the risks in the workplace. This is where the Health and Safety Risk Assessment comes in. To do this one needs to think about what might cause harm to people -whether they be employees, contractors, customers or members of the general public and decide whether the company is taking all reasonable steps to reduce and or eliminate that risk or danger.

Andrew Doyle Safety Consultants Limited (ADSC) has developed its health and safety risk assessment tools that are a must for small, medium and large businesses and organisations, having been in the business of safety in the workplace for the past 10 years.

The in-depth health and safety risk assessment process which includes such elements as identifying hazards, associated risks and evaluating those risk, assessing who may be harmed and why. This is followed by examining and assessing the various current control measures and where appropriate developing new control measures. Review is a crucial health and safety risk assessment principle. By law all must be reviewed at the very least every 12 months or sooner should changes occur.

Our health and safety risk assessments will form a relevant working document in its own right or in tandem with your safety statement, which, when implemented, will make a real difference to the overall management of health and safety in the workplace.

We would welcome the opportunity to submit a proposal for the development of your organisation's risk assessments.

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