Risk Assessments

ABH Safety Services assists your business with implementing compliant, thorough risk assessment procedures.
Online Training - Introduction to Risk Assessment


Introduction to Risk Assessment

This course provides an understanding of risk assessments and how to complete one. Topics include legislation, employers’ and employees’ responsibility, and practical advice on how to identify hazards and analyse risk.

Health and Safety Risk Assessments

The Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 require employers to identify hazards and levels of risk to their employees’ health and safety at work.

A risk assessment aims to identify, evaluate, and control or eliminate hazards that will occur during routine daily tasks and activities.

Additionally, control measures must be in place to ensure the safety of your employees and visitors to your facility. To prevent harm to people, you must evaluate what could cause harm and take reasonable steps to avoid it.

If you employ five or more people, you must maintain a written record of all your risk assessments. Risk assessments in the workplace are required by law in the UK, but it should also be remembered that you have a moral duty to ensure suitable and sufficient risk assessments are in place to help ensure no one at work is injured.

Risk Assessments Services

ABH Safety Services has provided employers comprehensive workplace risk assessment support for over 25 years. We have helped businesses with workplace risk assessments, health and safety documents, SMAS, CHAS, Construction Line, ISO accreditation, and training.

You’ll receive customised health and safety support from our team of experts, and we ensure you’ll receive the most accurate advice possible, no matter your industry of business.

Risk Assessment FAQs

Health and safety regulations apply to anyone who owns, manages, or operates a building or business. The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 governs almost every non-domestic building. You must ensure that the workplace complies with the required standards.

You do not have to use an outside company to complete the assessment, but you will need qualified staff if you want to handle it yourself.

We are based in South Yorkshire, but our assessors work nationwide. Most of our work is along the M1 corridor, including Birmingham and London. However, we have clients all over the UK.

Yes. We offer complete online training courses.

A balance must be struck between the level of risk and the measures to control the actual risk, whether money, time, or trouble. If, however, taking action would be grossly disproportionate to the level of risk, you should refrain from doing so.

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