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Crafting a Comprehensive Workplace Risk Assessment: Unveiling Insights

1. Write an introduction describing your workplace (you can use the college/training kitchen for this purpose). The information needs to include:  
a) The nature of the business b) The activities typically carried out in the department where the risk assessment is carried out c) An overview of staff who perform the activities (employees qualified, unqualified etc.)  
2. Use the document “WHS Risk Assessment Template” provided by your trainer/assessor and document all typical activities performed in the workplace. (Step 1 Activity)  
3. Identify any potential hazards relevant for each activity and document these (Step 2 Hazards)  
4. Consult with each worker about hazards they have encountered or witnessed in the past. Attach a list outlining with whom you consulted about what, their job role, and attach this list to this project marked “Hazard Consultation”  
5. Consult with your supervisor or manager (your assessor in this case) and identify whether there have been any workplace incidents recorded during the past 12 months, as a result form hazards relevant to the area where you conduct this risk assessment. Attach a list with details of occurrences and dates and where you sourced this information (do not provide personal details of persons involved in incidents)  
6. Describe any existing controls to reduce each hazard you have identified (Step 4 Existing Controls)  
7. Enter any existing Risk Score if available (Existing Risk Score)  
8. Use the risk analysis matrix on page 4 “WHS Risk Assessment Template” to determine the Risk Score and Risk Level for each identified potential risk (Step 3 Potential Risk + Risk Score)  
9. Determine the required Actions for each hazard based on the Hierarchy of Controls (page 4) and enter the action(s) (Step 5 Action Required)  
10. Determine the implementation requirements for each action based on the Risk score determined (refer to Hierarchy of Control and legend on page 4)

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