Managing Risks

2018-02-02T04:53:35Z (GMT) by Amanda Capes-Davis Darryn Capes-Davis
<h2><i>Managing Risks at Work</i></h2> <p>1. What are the aims of risk control/management?</p> <p>a. Eliminate the risk ‘so far as is reasonably practicable’</p> <p>b. If this is not possible, minimise the risk ‘so far as is reasonably practicable’</p> <p>2. List the three levels in the risk control hierarchy</p> <p>a. Level 1 Risk Control: Eliminate the hazards</p> <p>b. Level 2 Risk Control: Substitute the hazard with something safer, isolate the hazard from people, use engineering controls</p> <p>c. Level 3 Risk Control: Use administrative controls, personal protective equipment (PPE)</p> <p>3. Give examples of risk controls in each category</p> <p>a. Level 1 </p> <p>b. Level 2 </p> <p>c. Level 3 </p>