Risk assessment must be undertaken:
Risk assessments should be completed for any new procedures, processes or tasks, or for amendments to existing procedures, processes or tasks. The University's Risk Assessment and Control Form should be used when completing a Risk Assessment. When completing the Risk Assessment and Control Form, the University's ten step Risk Assessment and Control Process must be followed:
Five different groups have been identified in Building K17. All risk assessments are assigned to one of these groups. Each group carries it own specific risks. It is important that employees or students working in these areas are aware of any risks associated with the task or activity that is being carried out, and are also aware of the mechanisms identified and implemented to control the risk. Completed risk assessments can be found below. Note that these risk assessments are reviewed on an annual basis, or, as new risks are identified. This list will continually be updated as new activities are undertaken, or existing processes/activities are amended.
ALL completed risk assessments must be authorised by the area supervisor, and returned to the Yvonne Balakian.