Chemical Risk Assessments
One of the key regulatory requirements is to ensure that each company has documented risk assessments in place for the chemicals they use on site – updated every 5 years minimum.
The aim of the risk assessment process is to ensure that we clearly understand the hazards of the chemicals being used and we have the appropriate safety controls in place.
This must be done in a systematic manner with consultation and effective communication.
We have a well developed process and system that we have used with many of Australia’s leading companies in this specialist field.
Central to this process is the use of the “hierarchy of control” to ensure we manage the risk management of chemicals in a systematic manner at all times.
This is one of the most important elements of effective risk assessment.
Alternatively, we can deliver training on your site to your team so they can manage those effectively.
Our four hour course is practically based where case studies and real-life examples are used to complete actual risk assessment forms to ensure a clear understanding of the process.
In all areas we can ensure you meet your regulatory requirements in this key area of chemical safety management.
Where we identify potential issues we will suggest improved controls that could be implemented to ensure risk is reduced to as low as reasonably practical.
Please call General Manager Craig Watt on 0434 928178 for further information on how we can help you in this key area of chemical safety management.