Risk management eBulletin: watch our managing risk webinar

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Risk Management eBulletin

Watch our 'Managing Risk' webinar

Thank you to those who joined us at our recent free webinar - 'Managing Risk  From Assessment to Control. Bringing your Risk Assessment to Life'.

A recording of the webinar is now available on demand for those who may have missed it.

 

Whatever stage of your risk management journey you are at, and regardless of the size of your organisation or the industry sector you work in, HSE aim to help you control the risks in your workplace.

 

The core guidance you need is on our risk assessment webpages.

 

You can also download The Official HSE Health and Safety app for SMEs to get a better understanding of health and safety law and what is required to protect employees.

 

In addition, we offer the following training courses:


Frequently asked questions from the webinar

Thank you for all your questions and comments on the day which are invaluable to us in informing our work. Here are some of the most frequently asked ones:

 

Can you tell us more about the scoring matrix?

Scoring can be useful as an effective way to assess and prioritise risk, or assess risk and prioritise controls, but don’t spend too much time getting bogged down in the process. You can get more details on effective risk profiling.

 

Where can I find the risk management templates that were talked about?

 

View our risk assessment template and examples.

 

Remember that assessing risk is just one part of the overall process used to control risks in your workplace.

 

How do I report an issue?

 

If you have a concern about something that is likely to cause harm, please use our Concerns and reporting web pages.

 

Where can I read more about issues relating to COVID-19?

 

Visit the coronavirus pages of the HSE website.

 

Who should I consider when drafting a risk assessment?

 

As you take steps to assess the risks, consider who might be harmed and how. This may extend beyond your employees, for example to those visiting your workplace. 

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