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Risk Assessment

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The new guidance makes clear that only significant findings need to be recorded and emphasises the importance of controlling the risks identified. However, the guidance still suggests that you should identify the hazards, think about who might be harmed, evaluate the risks, record your significant findings and review your risk assessment.
If you have previously used Five steps to carry out your own risk assessment there is no need to repeat it. You should review your risk assessment if you think it is no longer valid or if there are any significant changes.

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Basic Training 1 Day/Refresher Training 0.50 Day
Legal requirements/ Relevant Legislation
Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations
General Principles of Risk Assessment
Principles of Control
Risk surveys
Purpose of risk assessment
The five steps of risk assessment
Definitions used in risk assessment
Risk assessment criteria
Typical hazards, Risks and Consequences
Prioritising assessments
Advantages of recording all risks
Risk assessment in practice
Record the findings of the assessments
Practical Exercise 1 - Hazard Spotting
Practical Exercise 2 - Risk Analysis
Theory Test

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