Risk Assessment

In more detail, this means

  1. Identify the risks-look at the tasks, environmental factors, relationships etc. in    the workplace to identify what may cause people problems.
  2. Decide who may be harmed and how-consult employees or do a questionnaire to see how people feel. Some people may be affected more than others.
  3. Evaluate the risks and decide on suitable controls-how can identified risks be controlled and are there adjustments workplace or task to make things better?
  4. Record the findings keep a written record of you assessment to refer back to and to show your compliance with health and safety law.
  5. Monitor and review the situation – check regularly to ensure that the controls are still suitable and make further adjustments should a worker need them.