Trainer’s Guidelines


In the majority of practical work situations managers are often required to reduce the risk to a level that the organisation considers acceptable. There are always different options to consider — in this exercise, trainees are encouraged to think widely and identify different options for control of a familiar risk.


  1. Split trainees into groups of three and ask all the groups to consider a simple maintenance job. For example, they could consider the hazards and control measures required when stripping and repainting a door. The process calls for:

    • using a corrosive caustic paint stripper

    • scraping off the residues

    • sanding the door

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