Risk Assessments and Method Statements
A risk assessment is a methodical way of looking at your working practices and arrangements, identifying the hazards and who might be harmed, and systematically planning controls to eliminate or reduce risks.
Risk assessments are living documents, the outcome of your risk assessments should be integrated into everything you do and communicated clearly to anyone who needs to know. They should also be reviewed periodically to make sure they are still appropriate for the work being done.
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Method statements are a logical follow-on from your risk assessment. A method statement describes how a job will be carried out in a logical, step-by-step and safe manner with all the risk controls identified in your risk assessment in place.
I can write new or update your existing method statements to ensure that controls identified in your risk assessments are integrated into how work is done.
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