Risk assessment

According to the requirements of the Health and Safety at Work Act, risk assessment is the main obligation of the employer and is part of the overall activity to ensure health and safety at work.

    The risk assessment process is performed by analysis and assessment of the following:

  • Work premises
  • Work processes
  • Work equipment
  • Workplace
  • The organization of labor
  • Types of raw materials used in the workspaces
  • Other side factors that may pose a risk

The main task in the assessment of occupational risk is to identify the hazards associated with work, the work process and work environment, followed by a plan to limit or eliminate the risk in question. The risk assessment is prepared in accordance with the requirements of Ordinance № 5 of 11 May 1999 on means, procedure and periodicity of risk evaluation and its main purpose is to reduce occupational injuries and occupational diseases at the workplace.The risk assessment is performed by the specialists of the company with the assistance of the persons involved in the labor process - managers, workers or their representatives, committees and groups on working conditions. Additionally, the specialists can be assisted by external specialists or the occupational health service.

In addition to risk assessment and preparation of the mandatory program for ensuring healthy and safe working conditions in accordance with the activities and potential hazards for each company, we can be of assistance to you by providing you with the following:

1. Analysis of the state of the working environment and the impact it has on the health of workers;

2. Development of measures improving the condition of the working environment and occupational safety and to optimize the labor process;

3. Conducting surveys among employees and analyzing the obtained data;

4. Participation in the introduction of new technological equipment and new work processes, methods, raw materials and materials in order to determine the potential health risk;

5. Recommendations regarding the choice of means for collective and personal protection;

6. Introduction of physiological regimes of work and rest during working hours;

7. Statement for determining the positions subject to compulsory insurance - written consultation and preparation of documentation in this regard;

8. Determining the types of work for which the company needs to establish reduced working hours and the right to additional annual leave, as well as rights, obligations and responsibilities of participants in the labor process in question;

9. Organization of the activity in the application of Ordinance № 11 of 2005 for the determination of conditions and rules for providing free food and/or additives to it;

10. Assistance in organizing the conduction of the necessary measurements by an accredited Type “C” Control Body - "Factors of the working environment"

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