Having a HIRA (hazard identification and risk assessment) process at your company is one of the most important tools at your disposal to ensure your company's compliant with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).Here are the four types of risk assessments you must do...
Most incidents in the workplace happen because of insufficient management controls. One way of ensuring your compa... ››› more
As you may know, I'm coordinating a seminar on Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment. So when I was telling Marc a business owner, about this event, he said he doesn't worry about conducting risk assessments in his company. The reason - he says 'We outsource our health and safety, so I don't have to worry about it.'
Unfortunately, he couldn't be more wrong!
The OHS Act says the employer ... ››› more
Do you know how to identify all potential hazards in your workplace and evaluate associated risks? Or how to complete a risk assessment matrix and report? Read on to learn about how our Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment workshop can help you... Dear Reader
Do you know how to identify all potential hazards in your workplace and evaluate associated risks?
Do you know how to com... ››› more
There are a dozen things you must take into account when you do a Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA). Read on to find out what they are so you can do a thorough one.
The Health & Safety Club says one way of ensuring your company identifies hazards and assesses risks is to do a complete and proper risk assessment of your workplace.
The technical term for this process is 'Hazard... ››› more
You probably know that safety laws require you to conduct risk assessments. But, do you know the true benefit of conducting these assessments? Read on to find out...
You must conduct a Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment (HIRA) process in your company.
Conducting a hazard identification and risk assessment process will help you achieve the following:
Louise Harty of Risk ... ››› more
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