Doing a risk assessment will be much easier if you just do THIS first
Risk assessments can feel like time consuming missions sometimes. They can take hours, even days, to do and often you don't even know if your assessment was successful.
This is a problem thousands of employers have.
But there's good news. You can reduce the hassle and make your risk assessment much easier if you just do this one thing.
It'll speed up the time it takes, make it more effective and improve your risk management afterwards, all in one go.
If this sounds good to you, keep reading to find out what you should be doing...
This is the thing you should do to make your risk assessment much easier
To make your risk assessment
much easier, you must plan ahead. This includes getting all the documents ready, setting a date confirming when you'll do the assessment and ensuring your health and safety representative will be there to do it with you.
By doing all of this planning beforehand, it means you don't have to do anything other than meet up with your HSE rep and observe your employee.
But your planning can also ensure your assessment is clear and focused.
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Here's how preplanning for your risk assessment can make it clearer and more focussed
If you preplan and get all your documentation together, you can create a plan of what hazards to expect in each section or job.
This will ensure that when you do the risk assessment, you have a clear idea of what you need to look out for. Without this kind of plan, it's easy for you to get distracted and lose track of what you need to focus on for each area.
So fast track your risk assessments to simplicity just by planning all the details ahead of time.
PS: We strongly recommend you check out the Risk Assessment Guide.
It has everything you need to ensure your risk assessments are 100% legally compliant
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