With the help of a risk assessment:
- You can ensure the safety of machines and machine lines
- You get a clear picture of the possible risks in the machines
- You will receive guidelines for the machines’ safety integration measures
- You will be able to align safety measures correctly and save costs.
Risk assessment is the starting point for safety integration
Risk assessment makes safety more visible and enables the effective targeting of safety integration measures. Hazard identification and risk assessment is based on the Occupational Safety and Health Act and the Government Decree on the Safety of Machinery (400/2008) and Safe Use and Inspection of Work Equipment (403/2008).
The work is carried out in conjunction with your team to ensure that the results are meaningful and understandable. Measures to eliminate hazards and reduce risk must always be based on a risk assessment. Our service helps you to ensure the coverage and professional outcome of the risk assessment.
Risk assessment should be carried out:
- When building a new machine
- When connecting a machine to a machine line
- When modernising or changing a machine
- In connection with changes to production and working methods
- Regularly to ensure the safety of the machine used in the work.
The risk assessment may be carried out in several stages over time. This enables light resource allocation during your project and reduces the repair needs that will arise at the end of the project.
- A plan to eliminate or reduce risks
- Residual risk assessment