Risk Management Radial Chart
Core elements of the risk management process

Section 19 of the Safety, Health and Welfare at Work Act 2005 requires that employers, and those who control workplaces to any extent, must identify the hazards in the workplaces under their control and assess the risks to safety and health at work presented by these hazards, (HSA, 2017).

Hazard: Anything that has the potential to cause harm; this may have the potential to cause human injury or illness, damage to buildings or stock or harm the environment in some way. These include Physical, Ergonomic, Biological, Chemical and Psychosocial hazards.

Risk Assessment: Reviewing the likelihood of the hazard causing harm and the harmful consequences.

The identification of hazards and the assessment of risk must be documented – and as appropriate controls put in place to reduce the risk into an acceptable level.

Risk Management Services provided by LCE Workplace Safety include:

  • Development and Implementation of a Risk Management System
  • Gap analysis to include document review, physical workplace review, systems review
  • Analysis of the effectiveness of existing controls
  • Occupational Hygiene monitoring

Hazard specific site inspection e.g.

Who needs Risk Management?

Anybody who control the activities of the business e.g. the executive directors, boards of directors, other boards of management and senior management etc. need to ensure all risks in their workplace are managed effectively.

Why choose LCE Workplace Safety?

LCE are experts in risk management and can provide comprehensive risk assessments and effective assistance in risk analysis in your workplace.

Contact LCE Workplace SafetyContact LCE Workplace Safety on 051 364 344 or email info@LCE.ie