So what goes into a dynamic risk assessment? There are three main factors: the work process, the environment, and the workers themselves. Let's take a closer look at each one.
The work process is obviously important - after all, it's what we're doing when we're working! It's important to make sure that everyone understands the steps involved in each task and how those tasks interact with one another. This way, we can identify any potential hazards and mitigate them before they cause an accident.
The environment is also key; after all, it's where we do our work! We need to make sure that the area is safe and free of hazards like spills or tripping hazards. And don't forget about ventilation - it's important to make sure that the air quality is good enough for us to breathe!
Finally, let's talk about the workers themselves. Every individual brings their own unique set of skills and knowledge to the job site. It's important for us to understand these differences and use them to our advantage. For example, if someone knows how to operate a machine safely, we want them working on that machine - not standing next to it! By understanding our workers' capabilities, we can create a safer work environment for everyone.