Correct risk management within an organisation will ensure that employees / workers are not exposed to insufficiently controlled hazards and thus are unlikely to suffer injury or long term health effects.
For any organisation the effective risk management needs to focus on five key areas which are the identification, assessment and control of:
- Potential catastrophic failures and high hazard activities which can cause injuries to multiple parties or significantly impact operations. See Catastrophic Risk Management.
- Hazards associated with the design, operation and maintenance of plant and equipment.
- Hazards associated with specific routine and non-routine tasks and jobs undertaken by your employees / workers.
- Hazards encountered continuously by your employees / workers in the conduct of their day to day activities.
- Hazards arising from changes in the workplace, including changes to plant, equipment, processes, procedures and responsibilities and changes arising from projects.
Risk Assessment - Catastrophic to Day-to-Day
To effectively manage the above organisations need to undertake various processes which is where Safety Resources Australia can assist you. We can help by:
- Managing your Catastrophic Risk. See our Catastrophic Risk Management section for further details.
- Managing your day to day work activity risks. See our Day-to-Day Risk Management section.
- Managing your routine or non routine work tasks. See our Risk Assessment section.
- Managing your project risks. See our Project Design Review section.
- Managing your workplace changes. See our Management of Change section.
Contact Us now to help youwith your Risk Management.