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Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations 1995
The requirements for general risk assessments are maintained and it is made clear that where a review of a risk assessment shows that changes are required, these changes must be carried out. The ACOP defines the nature and purpose of risk assessments in greater detail than previously. It provides a clearer indication of what constitutes a suitable and sufficient assessment. Risk assessments should identify the period of time for which they will remain valid. They should take account of the views of employees and safety representatives. They should
-identify the hazards,
-identify who might be harmed and how,
-evaluate the risks from the identified hazards,
-record the significant findings in a retrievable form, and
-Provide for review and revision.
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