Type#1: Baseline assessments
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This is an initial assessment of risks in the workplace.
It's a broad assessment covering all activities which take place on site.
The point of this type of risk assessment is to establish a risk profile or a series of risk profiles.
Type#2: Generic assessments
This type of risk assessment is used for where the same type of task is carried out at different workplaces in the same way.
In order to do this, you must perform a baseline risk assessment, and then use it for similar work tasks which pose comparable risks.
REMEMBER: Generic risk assessments should only be used for activities that are clearly similar to one another. In other words, they must have comparable risks and must involve similar precautionary measures to control them.
Type#3: Continuous assessment
This is an informal risk assessment that is carried out on a regular basis in the workplace.
Here, the supervisor will monitor the employees carrying out their tasks.
If he suspects that a particular task is posing too high a risk, he'll stop the employee from continuing to perform it.
Type#4: Specialised assessments
There are several risk assessment models with specialised applications, and which aim to achieve very specific objectives.
And you have to apply the correct model depending on the exact result you're looking for in your workplace.
*So to see what those models are, simply page over to Chapter R 01
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