If the activity Options for Control is used, an extra 30 minutes will be required.
By the end of the session, trainees should understand:
the meaning of the terms “hazard” and “risk”
their role in hazard identification and avoidance and the risk assessment process as a whole
the process of risk assessment and risk control, and the implementation and maintenance of control measures
that the risk assessment process is part of the wider health and safety monitoring and review process.
A hazard is something with the potential to cause harm. It can be a substance, part of a machine, a form of energy, method of work or a situation.
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