Risks that range from 1 to 3 are low; they may be acceptable though it is important to consider low or no cost measures

Generic Risk Assessment

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Risks rated above 7 are unacceptable and require immediate action

Risks that range from 4-7 are moderate; they may or may not be acceptable and require efforts to control and reduce them

Risks that range from 1 to 3 are low; they may be acceptable though it is important to consider low or no cost measures

Risk avoidance

Levels of the risk without control actions

Existing controls

Levels of risks with control actions

Level of acceptance

Additional measures of controlling the risk

Risk level(Residual)

Responses of the Line Manager in line with monitoring and implementation

Likelihood (1– 4)

Severity (1 – 4)

Risk Level (1 – 16)

Likelihood (1– 4)

Severity (1 – 4)

Risk Level (1 – 16)

Likelihood (1– 4)

Severity (1 – 4)

Risk Level (1 – 16)

dusts, and vapoursInhalation of various chemicals and fumes such as aerosols,

Welders without PPEs appropriate for preventing the contact and inhalation; members of the public within the project environment

Utilizing hazardous materials in compliance with the MSDS; utilization of appropriate coolants; and extraction of fumes from the source

Accessibility to PPEs for all the workers; carrying out specific assessment for some metals like nickel and steel

Implementation of recommendations in 2 months

Ejection and injection from the compressed air

The welders undertaking the welding activities without appropriate PPEs

while cleaningdustsProvision and utilization of safety glasses in protecting the eye from

Ensuring that all welders wear appropriate PPEs majorly the protective clothing such as coveralls in protecting their skins from the injecting fluids that; adequate training of the technicians on methods of handling compressed gasses

month1Making adjustment on the control measures within

and Tripping Slipping,Fallings,

The welders and supervisors without appropriate PPEs

from obstruction; properly dealing with the leaks and spillswalkwaysCarrying out housekeeping of frequent basis with an aim of preventing the

; delineation of the walkways, workspaces, and storage areas through floor markingworkplace of non-slippery materials; separating the storage areas with are madeMaking all the floors

months2Implementing the recommended actions within

Unsafe practices and persons leading to injuries

The welders performing their welding activities due to poor practices

Allowing only the trained personnel within the working environment; proper supervision of the employees

Provision of appropriate PPEs and ensuring the employees know how to use them; training the workers frequently on the OHS requirements within the workplace to ensure compliance with the regulations; locking the workshop sites when not operational to prevent unauthorized access

Appropriate measures in place to ensure compliance with the required practices

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