Step 2 - Workplace
Is it now important to determine if your workplace is HIGH risk or LOW risk.
Low Risk - low risk workplaces have minimal to no hazards. Meaning staff are not exposed to risks that could cause injury/illness.
Additionally, the workplace is located within close proximity of a hospital or medical facility.
High Risk - high risk workplaces contain hazards that could result in serious harm. Meaning staff are exposed to hazards such as chemicals, fire, serious falls, amputations etc.
Some examples of high risk workplaces are kitchens, body panel workshops, construction sites.