Hirarc

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Hirarc

  1. 1. HAZARD
  2. 2. HAZARD CONTROL
  3. 3. HIERARCHY OF CONTROL
  4. 4. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION
  5. 5. RISK
  6. 6. Classify work activitiesEmployer Consultationrepresentative Worker representative Identify hazard Review Risk assessment Risk control action plan (PRN) Implement
  7. 7. Likelihood(L) Example RatingMost likely The most likely result of the 5 hazard/event being realisedPossible Has a good chance of occuring and is 4 not unusual.Conceivable Might be occur at sometime in the 3 future.Remote Has not been known to occur after 2 many years.Inconceivable Is practically impossible and has 1 never occurred.
  8. 8. Severity(S) Example RatingCatastrophic Numerous fatalities,irrecoverable 5 property damage and productivity.Fatal Approximately 1 single fatality,major 4 property damage if hazard is realisedSerious Non-fatal injury, permanent 3 disability.Minor Disabling but not permanent injury. 2Neglible Minor abrasions,bruises,cuts,first aid 1 type injuries
  9. 9. SEVERITY (S)LIKELIHOOD 1 2 3 4 5 ( L) 5 5 10 15 20 25 4 4 8 12 16 20 3 3 6 9 12 15 2 2 4 6 8 10 1 1 2 3 4 5 High Medium low
  10. 10. RISK DESCRIPTION ACTION15-25 High Require IMMEDIATE action to control the hazard as detailed in the hierarchy of control.Action taken must be documented on the risk of assessment form including date for completion.5-12 Medium Requires a planned approach to controlling the hazard and applies temporary measures if required. Actions taken must be documented on the risk of assessment form including date for completion.1-4 Low May be considered as acceptable and further reduction may not be necessary.However,if the risk can be resolved quickly and efficiently, control measures should be implemented and recorded.
  11. 11. HIRARC FORMPREMISEHOSPITAL CHANGKAT MELINTANGCO

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