Tuesday, January 24, 2012

Huge Risk Assessment Resources


 Risk Assessment Resources:

    Hazard Identification, Assessment and Control Procedures from UWS Download Document
    Risk Assessment
  • Tunnelling Risk Assessment Guidelines (1302)
  • Example Safety/Risk Assessment: Example Risk Assessment (9080)
  • Risk Assessments for High Schools. RiskAssess is online software that makes performing risk assessments for Science quick and easy for teachers and laboratory technicians. Visit Website

  • Blank Risk Assessment Form in Excel Format Down load here: Excel Risk Assessment Template (26232)
  • Use this form to describe, analyse, assess, rate and control hazards or risks. Includes a 1 to 25 risk matrix as commonly required by Govt departments.  Risk Assessment Form (7534)
  • Comprehensive Project Risk Assessment Questionnaire template used to identify, analyse and control  risks that will impact the project and the level of threat they pose to the project’s success.: Project Risk Assessment Questionnaire (3695)
  • Risk Assessment and SWMS Template from www.buildersnet.com.au: Risk Assessment and SWMS Template (26773)
  • Hazard and Risk Assessment Manual (3840)
  • Very Cute "Fish Bone" or Cause and Effect Diagram Template: Cause and Effect Diagram Fishbone Template (2390)
  • Example of a Hazard Register, Download here: Riskex Risk Register Template (9842)
  • Here is a really neat free template provided by Builders Net. The interactive form lets you choose hazards and appropriate safety control measures or insert your own from the extensive drop down boxes. This format complies with all requirements and relevant codes. Download Here:
  • One of our favourite sources of free Safety Photos and Safety Jokes – www.safetyphoto.co.uk – is also a great source for free risk  assessment forms and templates. These are all blank and mostly in word for so that you can adapt them to suit your own needs. Please note the message in their intro and disclaimer. VIEW THEM HERE>>>>>
  • Example Hazard Observation Form: Hazard Report Form (7078)
  • Free Work Method Statements
  • On Safe Lines have released their new TIRA free software. TIRA stands for Task Inventory and Risk Assessments and is a comprehensive risk management and analysis program, designed to be used by both the safety professional and those with part time safety  responsibilities. The screen shots and description look very impressive, particularly for a free program. I haven’t reviewed the program but will do a review when I get a chance. Thoughts of others who have tried it would be welcome  Download the program here
  • Basic Risk Register Template for recording site hazards and risks including planned controls and before and after risk ratings. Download Here:
  • JSA Template. Use this template to conduct job hazard analysis and risk assessments on individual tasks to assist in developing Job Safety Analysis (JSA) and Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS). Download Here:
  • Event Risk Management ChecklistEquestrian Federation of Australia
  • Hazard Report Form. One of the main complaints we get from employees and contractors during the interview phase of safety audits is that when they report something, like a hazard, it is either forgotten about, ignored or not actioned for a long time and they never receive recognition for reporting the issue or feedback about progress with resolution or control. Many companies have introduced a formal hazard reporting system to overcome this problem. The system incorporates a form similar to the one available below and a procedures whereby the form is recorded, commented on by those responsible and feedback given to the originator. You’ll see that ours has an important addition – adding the issue and controls to any site safety checklists that are regularly undertaken to ensure that the hazard has been controlled appropriately. Download Here:
  • National Emergency Risk Assessment Guidelines (more info from their website HERE)

National Emergency Risk Assessment Guidelines (NERAG)

This DRAFT is one of the simplest, yet all encompassing, guides to the principles of risk management and the risk management tools involved that I have come across. Produced for Emergency Services personnel as part of the the National Emergency Risk Assessment Guidelines (NERAG) Project is a key step in the Implementation Plan for the National Risk Assessment Framework that has been developed to meet the outcomes sought by Reform Commitment One (RC1) from the Council of Australian Governments’ (COAG) report on natural disaster mitigation, relief and recovery in Australia. Although is used to assess disasters and emergencies, the principals and tools are relevant to any situation or workplace hazard. It covers the use of tools such as ALARP, Risk Assessment Matrix, Bow Tie Diagram, Risk Curves, Risk Registers, Brainstorming and Risk Workshops with some simple examples. Download Here:

Useful Risk Assessment Tools from Workcover

  • Chemical Self Assessment Tool – Worksafe This tool is designed to help manage chemicals safely, meet legal requirements and protect people and the environment. Chemical safety requires a thorough, technical approach, especially to ensure the subtle and hidden hazards do not lead to catastrophic results. This self assessment tool is designed to assist in this task for sites that have a significant exposure to chemical hazards.
  • Safety Self Assessment Tool – Workcover This tool has been developed to give small and medium sized businesses an indication of how well they are handling their workplace health, safety and injury management and provide further guidance for improvement.

Some good examples of Risk Assessment Checklists

More Examples of Risk Assessment Forms:

  • RISK MANAGEMENT FOR COMMUNITY ORGANISATIONS By WA Dept of Sport and Recreations. Includes Community RiskBase User’s Guide. Download Here:

Event Risk Assessment and Management

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Newcastle University – Managing Health and Safety Risk

Hazard and Risk Assessment

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