There is nothing quite like a difference around a particular risk assessment technique to ruffle feathers. Working as a Certification Auditor in various industries and as a Clients Agent in the Construction Industry I have seen some interesting risk assessment techniques to say the least. To some people a risk assessment technique is like an algebra equation
HIRA Part 4 Breakdown: To recap: A hazard is a source, situation or act with the potential to cause harm. In order to achieve our Management system outcomes, we need to ensure that we are out of harm’s way. Intended outcomes include: 1. Prevention of injury and ill health 2. Prevention of pollution and environmental degradation 3. Ensuring
The Discovery Process Clause 4 Context of the Organisation forms part of any of the new ISO Standards, and requires you to identify the Organisation and its Context, i.e. issues internally and externally that could affect the Organisation and its SHEQ Management Systems ability to achieve its intended outcomes. The Intended outcomes of a SHEQ
Overview of HIRA and key definitions Welcome to Part 2 of Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA). In this Series we will provide an overview of the why, what, and how of (HIRA), including some key definitions. 1. Why HIRA - If we are to achieve the intended outcome of your Management System i.e.
Welcome to this new vlog series on Hazard Identification & Risk Assessment. Risk assessment approaches can be as varied as choices of breakfasts, however common amongst all recognised approaches as: 1. A Process of Discovery (identifying your Areas, Occupations and Equipment/ Substances) 2. Hazard Identification - Tools to use (Job Hazard Analysis, MSDS, Plant & Equipment Manuals)