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Noel Haynes said...

I have been in situations where risk assessments have been done and safety has fallen down because risk assessments have not properly included all of the risks that were really present.
Too often a checklist for risks is available and people have just ticked off the list and then gone ahead to carry out the task. EG work in confined spaces. All the safety equipment is available. Tick, tick, tick. Whoops the person was not trained and qualified to work in confined spaces.

All of the people are on track to provide the protection for people carrying out the work. Whoops one gets distracted from his duties as a lookout and does not see the train coming.

Unless everything is checked and re-checked, things go wrong.

February 13, 2013 20:44
Luxury Builders Melbourne said...

It is paramount for all managers and bosses to ensure all of their employees strictly follow all risk assessments and follow safety procedures. If there is evidence of this not being the case these people need to be held accountable.

February 28, 2013 16:19
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