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Question 452 June 2006

Risk assessments for engineering maintenance. Looking for a new approach.

We wish to make our risk assessment process for engineering activities more efficient and less wasteful of resource.

Currently we have a high number of very specific, detailed risk assessments that take up a lot of time to write, develop, change and administer. The process of generating the risk assessments appears to be overly complex and wasteful, when compared to other similar companies processes.

We would value any feedback from companies who have made similar improvements to their risk assessment process. Of particular interest are:
The consolidation of specific risk assessments into generic ones
How the findings of the risk assessment are communicated to the interested parties/affected workers.


The following 4 companies answered this question and 2 documents were supplied:

  • Galiform Plc
  • Pilkington UK Limited
  • Rio Tinto plc
  • VT Group Plc
  • "Stop & Think Pocket Card"
  • "Think Safety! Slide Presentation"

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