Risk Assessment Service
General Risk Assessment
A Risk Assessment forms part of your Safety Statement and is a legal requirement under Section 19 of the 2005, Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act.
The purpose of a Risk Assessment is to outline how to undertake work activities in a safe manner and is developed using the following process:
Identifying the hazards, associated risks and evaluating the risk,
e.g. low, medium or high.
Assessing who may be harmed and why.
Assessing current control measures and where appropriate developing new control measures.
Recording the findings.
Evaluating and reviewing as necessary.
We also undertake other specialised risk assessments:
Fire Risk Assessment
We have a dedicated team of Fire Safety Consultants who can undertake a Fire Risk Assessment of your premises. The Fire Risk Assessment would examine areas of compliance and non compliance as per the requirements of the Fire Services Acts 1981 and 2003.
Pregnant Employee Risk Assessment
Our team of Health and Safety Consultants can undertake Pregnant Employee Risk Assessments as The Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007, Part 6, Chapter 2, Protection of Pregnant, Post Natal and Breastfeeding Employees. The Pregnant Employee Risk Assessment would look at the risks to both mother and unborn child and advise regarding controls to manage the risk, or to undertake alternate lower risk work or failing that to be placed on health and safety leave.
VDU / DSE Ergonomic Risk Assessments
Our Health and Safety Consultants can conduct VDU / DSE Ergonomic Risk Assessments as per your requirements as laid out in the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work (General Application) Regulations 2007 Chapter 5 of Part 2. VDU / DSE Risk Assessments are a legal requirement for all habitual computer users. We undertake a thorough review of each individual's workstation and environment, bespokely assessing the individual's needs as per the requirement in the regulations.
We would welcome the opportunity to submit an appropriate Risk Assessment proposal for your organisation .