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How to Perform a Health and Safety Risk Assessment

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Last Updated: July 7, 2020

How much is your team exposed to risk on the job? Not only does a safety risk assessment identify potential issues affecting the staff, but this assessment is important to help you see how safety risks impact your business. 

The goal of this systematic procedure is to identify any hazards that might result in danger to any people involved, including employees, contractors, visitors, customers, or the general public. Safety risks may result in an otherwise undesirable outcome, with examples including bodily harm, legal or regulatory liability, or loss of property or productivity.


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