By R Gilbert
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It is better, however, to consider the particular compliance issue yourself, work out a plan of action that you believe will meet the requirements and then (if you are not sure) ask the enforcing authority for comment. This does not mean that you will ‘get away’ with not complying properly, but it should help you to arrive at a solution that you find practical and achievable in your situation. 4 Proportionality (action proportional to the risk) Some H&S legislation is precise and prescriptive, but much of it is not and requires the exercise of judgement and common sense.
Until the risk becomes acceptable. Make sure you have considered all the relevant H&S regulations. 4. Record your findings (if you have five or more employees this is mandatory, if you have less than five it is optional). 5. g. after significant changes, or a significant period of time). While doing a risk assessment is important and, as mentioned before, is a mandatory requirement in most of the H&S WPNL0206 40 Risks and Risk Assessments – What are They? 2 Risk reduction hierarchy legislation, if you are in general industry or business you should aim to avoid making it overcomplicated.
In a generally non-hazardous workplace, such as a typical office, a risk assessment should be quite straightforward and short. In a dangerous chemical plant it will be necessarily long and quite complex. 2 Some other requirements Some of the other key requirements spelled out in these regulations are: . g. a release of dangerous chemicals, gases, fumes, etc. Provide clear information and any necessary training on H&S: . ; . the same applies to contractors who visit your workplace to carry out work – you must instruct them similarly; .