Risk Assessment

riskThere are various pieces of legislation that require employers to carry out risk assessments. Regulation 3 of the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 is the primary Regulation that places a duty on employers to assess the risks related to hazards within the workplace.

Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 


  • Carry out a workplace risk assessment to identify the hazards present 
  • Generation of hazard identification lists, enabling a practical approach to be adopted by prioritising the assessments required 
  • Undertake detailed risk assessments related to the hazards identified 
  • Managing specialist companies to undertake risk assessments in accordance with specific statutory requirements, e.g. Asbestos, Legionella, Noise 
  • Development of short and long term action plans and maintenance procedures for the implementation and maintenance of control measures

Following completion of your company's risk assessments, we can assist in reviewing policies and procedures to ensure that the health and safety integrity is maintained - using your risk assessments as a working tool. 

We can undertake risk assessments in the following areas:

  • Fire safety
  • Workplace health, safety and welfare
  • Competent person (construction and project work) 
  • Display screen equipment (DSE)
  • New or expectant mothers at work
  • Manual handling 
  • Food safety (HACCPS) 
  • DSEAR Risk Assessment
  • Event management (public and commercial) 
  • Young persons (work placement programs)
  • Residential property management 


Available Free Online Information
HSE - Five Steps to Risk Assessment

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