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When conducting a risk assessment, not industry specific, one needs to identify possible hazards within the workplace.
Once identified, staff, managers/directors and business owners need to be made aware of what the consequences result in, if no action is taken and what the risk level of these consequences would be. Who would likely to suffer any injuries or what damage would there be to the business if no risk controls are put in place?
In order to make sure business owners provide a safe working environment, all identified shortcomings must be reported and rectified within a given time and maybe budgets need to be set aside for further action required, in order to reduce the risk as far as reasonably possible.
The main aim for a risk assessment is to first and foremost eliminate a risk.