Who should do them?

The Health and Safety Adviser to This Corporation has prepared principal risk assessments.

Essentially, individual who are familiar with the working area and working practices should be involved with the risk assessment process.

Supervisors are responsible for developing a risk assessment plan for their area of responsibility, and completing assessment in accordance with this plan.

The Directors of This Corporation have ultimate responsibility to ensure that risk assessments are done.


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This information is derived from the Health & Safety Manual and Kit
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