Risk Assessment / Security and Safety Plan
Emergency responders must be contacted as soon as possible; they are trained to take the best course of action to save lives. People must be evacuated from dangerous areas.
can identify every hazard we face; therefore, we must use many different methodologies for identifying and analyzing hazards in order to reduce, engineer out, or eliminate our risk. However, before we can effectively control the hazardous conditions or unsafe behaviors, we need to become familiar with their characteristics and develop steps to identify and analyze the risk associated with them (Oregon OSHA Public Education, 2005).
In addition, they may be a significant source of intelligence concerning an impending, or ongoing, threat. Good employee awareness and communication are the first steps in designing and implementing a risk-reduction program within an organization.
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Oregon OSHA Public Education, 2005
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