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Assessing Site Hazards
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Assessing Site Hazards

Site managers are required to protect the health of their workers, ensuring that any hazards on their sites are effectively controlled.

Each site is different, and so is the nature of its hazards, so an accurate assessment must take account of the specific conditions prevailing. This is a complex process, but can be broken down into three broad areas:

  • The nature of the hazards themselves
  • How they sit within the local environment
  • Practical factors that will affect any controls implemented

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