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Hi silly question but working through the OBE mocks at the minute. are the principles of a risk assessment the same as the 5 steps of a risk assessment?
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Hi cholly. :wave: "There is no such thing as a "stupid" or "daft" (including silly) Health and Safety question!" ;)

Welcome aboard.

I suppose you could argue it would depend upon the context of the question, however, the General Principles best applied to a good and effective Risk Assessment are the Five Steps.

Hope this helps and if others who have completed their Open Book Examination come in with any thoughts, thank you in advance. .salut

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Hi, just out of curiosity where did you get your OBE mock papers from?
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from Phoenix, my online course provider, i have 4. thanks for the replies guys
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