Hazard Management – Identification
The next 3 chapters (Hazard ID or identification, Hazard Assessment and Hazard Controls) form the core of your H&S system because these processes will identify what things could hurt your employees or damage your equipment and how to mitigate them. If you didn’t have anything could harm anyone, then you don’t need a H&S system; you don’t need to make your staff aware with an induction program, you don’t need to train them on how to safely use equipment, and so on.
Of course, there is always something that can be hazardous. Which means we need a systematic approach to identify these ‘things’. And then build out your System around these identified hazards.
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