Health and safety risk management is a process where we do what we can to minimise the risks associated with health and safety hazards at our workplace. The aim is to ensure that no one is injured or hurt by a hazard at work.

Risk management is a systematic process that involves the following four steps:

  1. Identify the hazards
  2. Assess the risk
  3. Control the risks
  4. Monitor and review the safety measures.

There are many instances when a risk assessment should be done. For example, whenever:

  • A new hazard has been introduced (e.g. commissioning new equipment item).
  • An incident (including a near miss) has occurred.
  • When a new activity involving significant risk is planned.

At Civil Safety, we offer services to come do the health and safety risk management for you.