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According to the relevant legislation, (L.3850/2010), the employer is required to conduct a written assessment of the occupational risks in health & safety, including the particular risks concerning specific employee groups. This document is known as an Occupational Health and Safety Risk Assessment (OHSRA) study.

The conduct of the OHSRA satisfies both the relevant legal requirement, as well as the essential need to identify and control the occupational hazards. It is also a valuable tool for internal auditing and control, allowing employees to participate actively in the qualitative and quantitative assessment of the risks, preventing measures and the promotion of occupational safety and health.

The Occupational Health and Safety Risk Assessment study has the following goals:

  • Record all acts and conditions that includes risk.
  • Identify all the potential workplace hazards.
  • Record workplace and the actual activity during which a specific risk is detected.
  • Identify personnel or any third party exposed to the risks.
  • Record the existing safety measures to reduce the risk.
  • Assess the severity of each hazardous condition or action.
  • Assess the frequency of exposure of the employees to each hazardous condition or action.
  • Assess the emergence probability of each hazardous condition or action.
  • Record the necessary control measures to eliminate or minimize the hazardous condition or action.
  • Calculate the risk after the application of the proposed corrective actions.

Process Engineering has considerable experience in the conduct of the OHSRA in organizations of any type of activity (industrial facilities, storage facilities, workshops and small businesses, office facilities, etc.). The company has developed a thorough risk assessment methodology, that ensures that all hazards are identified and recorded, risk is evaluated and the necessary control measures are identified. This process will help organizations to prevent and control workplace hazards.

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