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Hi I'm Simon from HSE Doc's calm and today I'm going to show you how to create a risk assessment form the documents I'm using is in Word format and it's available for free download at HSE Doc's calm I'm allowed to fill in shows us the hazards involved while carrying out a specific task it shows us who's at risk it shows us what actions are in place to reduce risk it shows us what further action is required it tells us who should implement additional safety controls it tells us when additional safety control should be implemented and as well as showing us the physical risks that are involved in the task this document also shows us the substance risks substance risks substances or chemicals they use for the tasks that may pose a risk examples of this are expanding foam grip fill or simply dust so we have the physical risks from carrying out the task such as working off ladders and we have the substance risks that we may encounter whilst carrying out the task at the top of the form we put the company name and the name of the project we're working on for example it may be a school a local authority a building site or a swimming baths next we type in the date and the review date which should be six months into the future now we're ready to take a look at the first row of the form column 1 and 2 are linked together there are a list of potential hazards the people that may be at risk and how they're at risk this risk assessment is for hanging doors and the first hazard is falling from height in this case it's safe to presume that the only person that should suffer an injury from a fall would be the operative as he would need no more additional heights than to reach the top of a door however if this risk assessments have been about fitting soffits and fascia at high level the falling from height hazard could possibly affect the operative others on site and members of the public column three lists the control measures which are the actions already in place to limit or prevent risk this case the operative is only allowed to use a hop-up in good condition with a maximum working height of 500 millimeters in effect this means it should the operative not adhere to the correct working practices it is his own liability so if an operative balances on a tin of paint to gain some extra height and the tin tips over covering the carpet in paint and causing injury to the operative its own fault the next column is for additional control measures or actions that should be implemented to further reduce risk if we move down the page to the fourth row we're now looking at the hazards of slips trips and falls the further action required column.

FAQ

How long does it take to perform a health and safety audit?
What kind of place is being audited?  How thorough is the audit?  Is it a "general audit" or one in response to a particular complaint by an employee?  Who is performing the audit?I worked in a factory during college where the company had an internal and contracted audit process.  The company-hired auditors would come in once a month and spend an hour or so looking around.  Were there volatile chemicals being used in enclosed, unventilated workspaces?  Were appropriate electrical lock-out procedures followed by maintenance staff when they worked on machines?  Were MSDS folders available and properly updated?The internal process, however, was much more thorough.  A team of line employees and line supervisors would spend at least a full morning on the audit.  They would do all the things the contracted auditors did, plus interview line employees about health and safety issues that the employees may have encountered.  The company spent more time (and money) fixing problems the employees documented because the employees had a better sense of what actually happened day-to-day in the place.  It wasn"t just "give the employees whatever they want," either.  If it wasn't an obvious issue, the teams had to justify their recommendations before the company's management would consider spending the money.  So, a lot depends on details, details, details.  An OSHA  audit of a car factory will be longer and more detailed than a County Health Department audit of a Mom-and-Pop-owned restaurant.
How can I convince the CEO of municipality to develop a health and safety policy, program and emergency evacuation plan?
First you work with legal and accounting to determine the mumber and cost of expected liability lawsuits for failure to have a program, then you check with your OSHA info to see what expected fines and citations will cost for failure to comply, last you check your work comp insurance modifer to see what accidents currently cost you for not having a program. An actuary can help you calculate expected costs. Compare with cost of implementation and continued management. By the way, OSHA can cite you up to $70,000 per accident if caused due to no safety program. DO NOT TAKE IT TO YOUR BOSS NOW? First, have a plan for incremental implementation and how you will do it cost effectively (utilize municipal associations and your work comp loss control consultants who are free). Now you can go to your boss….good luck?
What should be in a operational procedure handbook for a cafe?
The first thing to add to your standard operations principles/handbook is why you started your cafe business. Describe your dream…share your primary aim and strategic objective. This way every employee that you hire can resonate with your mission and vision for your company and offer the exact same service you are envisioning for your company. Here’s a post I recently wrote about that topic: Why you need to systemize your business | Methodologee.Next, you’ll need to document the following:General Operating Principles. Learn how to design them to control decision making (so your input won’t be necessary each time someone needs to reference it or encounters a problem).Organizational strategyDecision making guidelinesCommunication guidelinesManagement strategyPeople strategyPosition agreements / Org chart (List Title and job description, List names of people working on that task now)Marketing strategyMaster list of approved systemsToolsVendorsMaster list of services + toolsStandard Operating Procedures (SOP’s)System Template (creating + modifying procedures, procedure for writing procedures)Guidance to identify which business systems need to be createdProcedure Identification Guide (Table Of Content)Create categories for all departments OperationsFinance/accountingHRMarketingSalesBest of luck and congrats on starting your cafe?Naz
How much time and money does it take for a new startup (50 employees) to fill out the paperwork to become a group for the purpose of negotiating for health insurance for their founders and employees?
I'm not sure if this is a purely exploratory question or if you're inferring that you're planning on navigating the group health insurance market without the assistance of a broker. If the latter, I'd caution against it for several reasons (which I'll omit for now for the sake of brevity).To get a group quote, generally all that's needed is an employee census. Some states apply a modifier to the rate depending on the overall health of the group members (for a very accurate quote, employees may need to fill out general health statements).Obtaining rates themselves can take a few minutes (for states like CA which don't have a significant health modifier) to several days.I suspect your cor question is the time/effort required once you've determined the most appropriate plan design for your company. This is variable depending on how cohesive your employee base is.Best case scenario - if all employees are in one location and available at the same time, I could bring an enrollment team and get all the paperwork done in the course of 1-3 hours depending on the size of your group. In the vast majority of cases, the employer's paperwork is typically around 6 pages of information, and the employee applications about 4-8 pages. Individually none of them take more than several minutes to complete.Feel free to contact me directly if you have specific questions or concerns.
Does anyone work out a health diet plan for keeping fit? And how to detail one for yourself?
There are around a dozen diets which should work. Here are some recommendations which are IMHO essential for any diet.TO DO- chose a diet which includes food you really like (but no processed foods (pizza) or junk foods (McD e.g.) or diet foods (low fat yoghurts e.g.). - chose a diet which keeps your stomach filled. Which means a lot of veggies and salad and foods with fiber.- chose a diet which is based on self cooked meals consisting on fresh, unprocessed foods. Preferably look for organic foods.- chose a diet which includes a multitude of different foods.- Don't ignore healthy fats (flaxseed oil, olive oil extra vergine, fish oil, e.g.). Fats seem to be more important than carbs.- Essential: chose a diet which has a proper amount of protein from lean meat, fish, eggs e.g. Arrange carbs and fat around it.- This means: Depending on your preferences chose a low carb, a low fat or equal ratio of protein, carbs, fat diet.AVOID- Avoid ANY diet which recommends supplements like protein powder, protein bars, diet pills or any other stuff. This stuff is absolutely not necessary.- Avoid ANY diet recommends any prefabricated meals (=processed foods). This stuff is absolutely not necessary.- Avoid ANY diet which concentrates on recently hyped super foods or any other currently fashionable foods or on a single source of foods or certain meals (soup diet, potato diet, whatever).- Avoid any high sugar foods as much as possible.- Avoid any kind of soda including diet coke e.g.Personally I just started a Low Carb diet last week, in combination with exercise 4-5 times a week. And I am really looking forward to get really fit and lean in the upcoming months.Here are some recommendations: 4 Meal Plans For Diets That Are Supported by Science -------The fitness and diet market is a billion USD market. Companies, magazines, diet- and fitness gurus and the on- and offline media will do anything to convince you to invest huge amounts of money every months in diet and fitness. In the end you just need:- access to fresh and healthy raw foods for cooking, a small kitchen and the will to cook (or have someone cook for you)- a good (free) meal tracker like Free Calorie Counter, Diet & Exercise Journal | MyFitnessPal.com . IMHO essential if you start a diet for to learn about your eating habits.- a pair of running shoes for cardio and strength training.  There are plenty of free or really cheap running/fitness programs available like a free beginners running program: Couch to 5K - Live Well - NHS Choices plan or for doing bodyweight (strength) training like Bodyweight Exercises | Body Weight Training | Mark Lauren a cheap smartphone app.Disclaimer: The information is based on my personal experience in diet and exercise. I am not affiliated in any way with any of the programs/plans I recommend in the links.