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Risk control by topic

Risk Management content and guidance for business

Risk management guidance for organisations

No one likes to think about the possibility of a fire on their premises or an employee getting injured. But when you practice strong risk management, you pave the way for your business to operate smoothly, regardless of the circumstances. Our team of dedicated risk control professionals have experience in workplace health and safety, product safety, property protection, occupational road risk and business continuity.

They can conduct a comprehensive risk assessment of your business and develop safety management strategies and programmes tailored to your needs. As you implement your risk management plan, our team will continue to partner with you, offering new training tools to educate employees and providing on-demand support to help you assess potential risks. Our goal is to help you keep employees and customers safe, reduce losses and keep your operations running with minimal interruption – so you can focus on business.

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Business Continuity Planning

Business Continuity Planning video

Is your business prepared for a crisis? A robust business continuity plan will help protect it. Beyond including emergency responses, insurance policies and data recovery, your plan should make sure employees know how to get the business back up and running. It should identify key personnel and processes to restore the business, and outline steps for preventing and mitigating risks to it. Test your plan to make sure it works and adapt it as your business grows and changes.

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Preventing slips, trips and falls

Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls

Slips, trips and falls can cause significant injury to your employees and visitors to your premises. You can prevent accidents through routine inspections and maintenance. Design entrances and walkways to accommodate expected foot traffic, illuminate them properly, and secure all mats. If someone does slip, trip or fall, investigate the situation promptly and document your findings.

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Preventing electrical fires

Preventing Electrical Fires

Faulty electrical systems are among the leading causes of workplace fires – but you can prevent them by taking precautions. Repair or replace damaged cables and exposed wiring. Use extension cords only temporarily, and don’t overload sockets with multi-adapters. Clear dust and dirt from electrical motors. Expert advice is important too. Hire a specialist to inspect and maintain your electrical installation and equipment.

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Control of Hot works

Control of Hot work

Risk control for cutting, welding and other hot work

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