What is the third step of risk assessment?

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  • Alvin Tay
    Welcome to the third step of our risk assessment series – Evaluate and control… Now you have identified the hazards and determined who might be harmed you need to access, or evaluate, the risk.
  • What are the phases and steps in safety inspection?

    Safety inspections:
    • Observe workplace practices and determine whether there is any aspect to operations that is unsafe.
    • Identify existing and potential hazards.
    • Establish the procedures to eliminate these hazards, or otherwise guard/protect against them.
    • Examine equipment and determine whether safeguards are sufficient.
  • Who is responsible for taking every precaution reasonable under the circumstances for the protection of the workers?

    The only duty of a supervisor that's included in the Occupational Health and Safety Act is the duty to “take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances” to protect workers. The OHSA requires the employer to appoint a "competent person" as a supervisor.29 Mar 2022
  • What is the risk formula?

    A common formula used to describe risk is: Risk = Threat x Vulnerability x Consequence. This should not be taken literally as a mathematical formula, but rather a model to demonstrate a concept.28 Mar 2017
  • What are the 2 stages of risk assessment?

    2. Steps needed to manage risk
    • Identify hazards.
    • Assess the risks.
    • Control the risks.
    • Record your findings.
    • Review the controls.
  • What are the 4 main stages of a risk assessment?

    The four stages of risk assessment are as follows.
    • 1: Hazard and risk identification.
    • 2: Identify those at risk.
    • 3: Complete risk assessment plan.
    • 4: Risk assessment review and update.
    18 Apr 2017