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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