Safety Consultant
Raghuvaran Chakkaravarthy
Environmental, Health And Safety
Srinivasarao Manikyala
Ehs Professional

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dear seniors,& frz i am a new m , plz help me how to prepaid risk assment & risk leveal calculate,severity rate regard ashok
Dear Mr. Ashok

First of all let me welcome you into the forum... This is a great forum where people sharing their knowledge and experience with an open mind... Hope you will get benefit from this forum...

Now let me answer to your queries...

Hazard - Anything that has the potential to cause harm.

Risk: The likelihood (probability) that someone will be harmed.

Risk = Exposure X Severity X Probability

Risk Assessment - A systematic and structured process whereby hazards present in a workplace, or arising from workplace activity, are identified, risks assessed/ evaluated, and decisions prioritized in order to reduce risks to acceptable levels. Go through the attached file for more understanding on the topic...

While defining the control measures, the prevention hierarchy needs to be taken into account. Highest priority is to be given to elimination:
1. Elimination :Elimination of hazard
2. Substitution: Reduce risk at source or remove source
3. Engineering Control : Intervention of engineering solution
4. Administrative Control : As defined in JSA/ SWP, Work instructions & Training
5. PPE : Make people wear PPE

Hope this helps you somehow...

Attached Files
File Type: ppt Risk Assessment.ppt (165.5 KB, 3060 views)
File Type: doc hazard idendentification and risk assessment formula.doc (48.5 KB, 3614 views)

Dear Ashok, Already Mr.dipil explained well about your query.Please see attached what we use in our projects. Hope its helps. Mr.dipil, Thanks for your input keep on sharing.

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File Type: ppt aha-orm-09.ppt (658.0 KB, 995 views)

Dear Raghu
Nice contribution from yourside.... Keep on sharing...
"What are secondary measures in Risk assessment?" is something which is new to me... Is that you mean secondary means of protection to be consider while doing risk assessment or what?
Requesting to forum members if anyone have any idea about the question please reply...

Dear Prasad
Please go through the attachment...
I hope this will resolve your need...
Keep on sharing and keep up the pace... Good to see professionals like you actively participating into citehr... Let's join hands together in making this a great place of knowledge sharing/gaining...

Attached Files
File Type: pdf Hazop_Technique_MarvinRausand.pdf (396.7 KB, 708 views)

Dear All, Nice contributions from All, Here with am contributing a Presentation on Process Safety Management.

Attached Files
File Type: ppt PSM - ppt.ppt (4.70 MB, 964 views)

Dear All,
please help me to get a better risk assessment format for Garment for unit SA 8000:2014 for the below.
1. Risk assessment for embroidery
2. Risk assessment for fusing
3. Risk assessment for man made disaster
4. Risk assessment for stain removing
5. Risk assessment for fire wood boiler
6. Risk assessment for hydrant
7. Risk assessment for kitchen , dining , creche
8. Risk assessment for SAW machine , Lift
if anyone having the above please share through my mail .
thanks in advance.

Dear All,
please help me to get a better risk assessment adequately detailed for Personal protective gloves industry for SA 8000:2014 for the below.
1.OHS Risk Assessment
2. Social Compliance Risk Assessment
3. Risk assessment for Natural disaster
4. Risk assessment for Security
5. Risk assessment for sabotage
6. Risk assessment for Ergonomic
• Operations pertaining to contractors are to be further elaborated in the social risk assessment
• Furthers details related to the mode of communication, the importance for social compliance and frequency of communicating with stakeholders are to be documented
if anyone having the above please share through my mail.
thanks in advance.
Arfan Yaqoob
email address:arfanyaqoob@gmail.com

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