Good risk management practices involve identifying, assessing and controlling risk followed by a regular review of the controls that have been implemented.
Hazards and risks in the workplace can be managed by good risk management practices which should be incorporated into your safety systems. Good risk management practices involve identifying, assessing and controlling risk followed by a regular review of the controls that have been implemented.
Identifying hazards in the workplace and managing risk is an essential part of creating a safe work environment. Everyone has an obligation to identify and report potential Hazards & Risks and adopt safe work practices in everything they do.
Job / Task Hazard Assessment or Critical Task Analysis provides opportunity and value, by being a foundation piece for justification and direction for health & safety program components and activities. These processes provide increased understanding of potential hazards, identification of tasks that are safety critical, the identification of unknown hazards, facilitates training content, identifies true root causes of risk, identifies potential preventative or control measures, and reduces on the job injuries.
Our experienced safety consultants will work with your organisation through the full risk management process or can be commissioned to conduct a risk assessment on a specific area of your workplace.
Once the workplace hazards have been identified, then your organisation can adopt a risk management approach to address priority hazards to ensure the safety of workers.
These services include:
Risk Management Programs (Identify, Assess, Control & Review)
Review of current risk assessment process & protocols
Review of your business operations, structure, existing safety systems, safe work practices
Review safety training of employee
For more information on our risk management services please contact us.
Contact Brian Griffiths on :
Mobile : +64 (0) 21 475 481
Auckland, New Zealand