• Under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999, employers must carry out a suitable and sufficient assessment of risks to the health and safety of employees at work and non-employees affected by their work. Risk Assessment Requirements

  • The main elements of an assessment are usually to: identify the hazards; decide who is at risk; determine the likely harm; and then evaluate the risk. Conducting a Risk Assessment

  • By law risk assessments must be “suitable and sufficient”. Meaning of “Suitable and Sufficient”

  • If five or more people are employed, the significant findings of the assessment must be recorded in writing. Practical Approaches to Risk Assessment

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