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Unit D - Hazard Identification Table Layout

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Unit D - Hazard Identification Table Layout

Post by orkhan_b » Mon Oct 09, 2017 8:11 am

Hello there, Guys,

Happy to post. :D

Been using the form since 2013. Huge help. Many thanks, everyone. :wave:

Currently doing the Unit D.

Those who already done and who is doing right now,

Could you, please, post the headings of you hazard identification table? (if it's in tabular format of course)

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Re: Unit D - Hazard Identification Table Layout

Post by Alexis » Mon Oct 09, 2017 10:48 am

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Re: Unit D - Hazard Identification Table Layout

Post by orkhan_b » Mon Oct 09, 2017 11:55 am

Hello, Alex,

Thanks a lot for the warm welcome.

I did.

My intention was just to get a couple of ideas so can put together to improve mine. It always better to get ideas before submitting.

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Re: Unit D - Hazard Identification Table Layout

Post by Robborobbo » Mon Oct 09, 2017 12:02 pm

Hi.

I completed my Unit D to the old standard earlier this year, for the hazard identification stage I did not use a table format as I felt doing so would limit what I wanted to say. Instead I used each hazard as a heading then talked about how each hazardous event could occur, who was at risk and how, the severity and implications for the business and any legal aspects which were relevant. I then scored each hazard using a 5x5 matrix which allowed me to prioritise each hazard, high, medium or low. This allowed me to select the two high risk hazards for my risk assessment, ensuring one was selected from unit b and one from unit c.

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Re: Unit D - Hazard Identification Table Layout

Post by orkhan_b » Tue Oct 10, 2017 10:40 am

Hello, Robborobbo

Appreciate your input. :wave:

Could you share your mark for Hazard identification part?

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Re: Unit D - Hazard Identification Table Layout

Post by Thunderchild » Tue Oct 10, 2017 2:18 pm

I have used a table, I have Number, Rating and Detail.

Number - so I highlight I have more than 15
Rating - high, med and low
Detail - what the hazard is and how it is a risk to the business.

The top one from each is what I have then completed the 2 risk assessments on. Like you, still doing the old standard.

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Re: Unit D - Hazard Identification Table Layout

Post by orkhan_b » Thu Oct 12, 2017 4:48 pm

Many thanks, Thunderchild. Appreciate the input.

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