Workplace Risk Assessment

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RISK ASSESSMENT is a systematic approach to manage workplace hazards. It is a key component in any organizational management that identifies, evaluates and determines the means of reducing risks to an acceptable level to protect employees, visitors, third party contractors, casual laborers, people who remain physically present at workplace and the environment.
Risk assessment also protects assets and considers how to avoid losses.
At Safety Max Solutions we employee Three stages of risk assessment process:

Supply of (PPE) Personal Protective Equipment

This refers to any clothing or equipment used to shield individuals from various workplace hazards mainly physical, chemical and biological hazards
It is considered as the last resort for employee protection for when other controls fail (Hierarchy of hazard controls). They are designed to protect employees eyes, face, head ears, feet (whole body) .It includes things like helmets, goggles, respirators, gloves, vest, earplugs, earmuffs and safety footwear.

At Safety Max Solutions we assist in the selection of the appropriate P.P.E with the type and degree of protection.

  • Working at Height
  • Working in Confined Spaces
  • Hot Works
  • Working with Hazardous Substance

Supply of Fire Fighting Appliances

These are equipment used to control fire by trained fire marshals, or a user at the scene of a fire. There are a number of different kinds of firefighting equipment available depending on the type of fire, methods used, purpose, user and location. E,g fire extinguishers, fire hydrant system, fire detection & alarm system, fire blanket, fire fighter’s gear etc

At Safety Max Solutions we Offer
– Fire Equipment Services.
– Fire Alarm Services.
– Fire Training Services.
– Fire Demonstrations.
– Fire Safety Signs.

Supply of Safety Signs

Workplace safety programs have many parts, all of which are important to keeping people safe on the job. Safety signs play a key role, though, in many aspects of safety from notifying people of tripping hazards and PPE requirements to explaining arc flash and chemical hazards. These signs must be noticeable, easy to read, and in many cases, comply with OSHA standards for safety signs
Safety signs are used to:

  • Draw attention to health and safety hazards
  • Point out hazards that may not be obvious
  • Provide general information and directions
  • Remind employees where personal protective equipment must be worn
  • Show where emergency equipment is located
  • Indicate where certain actions are prohibited

A well designed safety signage will instantly and effectively communicate professionalism and overall commitment in safety awareness. Such signage include

  • Caution signs
  • Warning Signs
  • Mandatory Signs
  • Prohibition Signs
  • Information Signs