Day-to-Day Risk Management
Day-to-day work tasks generally involve either repetitive or one off activities. Examples include:
- A repetitive production task such as operating a machine or taking a sample etc.
- A unique, maintenance or cleaning task to a machine or building.
Repetitive tasks, if not performed in a safe manner, can expose personnel to high risk which may lead to injury or harm to health and also an inconsistent quality.
Safety Resources Australia can assist your organisation by developing Safe Operating Procedures (SOP) or Safe Work Instructions (SWI) along with any training and assessment package for them.
One off Task
One off maintenance, cleaning or other tasks can be successfully managed by any form of Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or Task Hazard Analysis (THA) or Safe Work Method Statement (SWMS) or any combination of those names.
Safety Resources Australia can assist your organisation in coaching your personnel in how to prepare these documents so that they have meaningful content and effective controls.
Please Contact Us and let us help you with your day-to-day risk management.