HSE Hazards action plan with Hazard Examples


Below Planning of the HSE/Safety hazards to identify with examples. And following the general methods of identification and record the hazards including identification of a person at risk during the working. 
HSE Hazards action plan with Hazard Examples
Following the method statements from the previous or current record, i.e., accidents investigations, work accident statistics from the record, discussions, and meetings. 

Identify Hazards

A hazard is something with the potential to cause harm (substance or machine, methods of work and other aspects of work organization). After breaking down the task into its component elements, the next stage is to identify the hazards involved. It is important not to be sidetracked into identifying things as hazards that are in fact not hazards. This can waste time and results in failure to address the real issue and to consider proper control measures.

Hazard Examples

Safety Hazards

  • Electricity and portable tools
  • Hazardous chemicals
  • Machinery
  • Sharp edges
  • Lifting and handling

Health Hazards

  • High noise level
  • Hot/cold working conditions
  • Hazardous chemical

Methods of Hazards Identification

  • Accident investigations
  • Accident statistics
  • Safety audits
  • Workplace inspections
  • Discussions

Recording the Hazards

On the risk assessment, the list of possible hazards identified will be recorded. The hazards listed may be needed to be repeated if the next step determines that certain individuals are at a particularly increased risk from a particular hazard.

Identify Persons at Risk

Consider the people who are in danger, not only those directly involved but also those who may effect by the activity. The following can be used as examples of individuals who may be at risk:
  1. Employees at work including operators directly involved in the business.
  2. Other staff in the workplace such as; skilled workers, trainees and new workers, experienced workers, pregnant staff, workers with breathing difficulties, lone workers, and shift workers.
  3. Contractor’s employees (regular contractors or first-time contractors).
  4. Visitors (normal/first time).



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