Record the significant findings (Transcript)

Make a record of the significant findings – the hazards, how people might be harmed by them and what you have in place to control the risks. Any record produced should be simple and easy to understand.

Any paperwork you produce should help you to communicate and manage the risks in your business. This does not need to be a big exercise – just note the main points down about the significant risks. When writing down your results keep it simple.

Here’s an example of how to record part of a risk assessment relating to the use of an unguarded table saw.

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