Risk Assessments Questions and Answers: A Practical Approach

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Thomas Telford, Jan 1, 2003 - Business & Economics - 270 pages
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The term 'risk assessment' is all too familiar in business and applies not only to health and safety but also other business processes. The Turnball Report focused the minds of many businesses on risk management, but while we may know that we must undertake risk assessments in health and safety, there is oftern a lack of Knowledge and understanding on how to do it and what is ""suitable and sufficient"". Each chapter covers a key health and safety area and the approach to risk assessment is outlined in a series of questions - how, what , why, when? - and solutions and approaches given to understanding the legal requirements and how to implement them. References are made throughout to HSE approved codes of practice, best practice guidance and industry specific guides. The book is aimed at everyone from company directors through to someone who needs to assume the competent person's role in undertaking health and safety responsibilities.

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