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        Provide details about who is running this checklist, in the fields below, to provide transparency and let people within your organization know who to contact if they need additional information or have any questions.  

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        pg1测评Each risk you have identified should become an individual task in this process. To help get you started, we have included individual tasks for four risks. pg1测评pg1测评But, it's likely that your project will have more than four risks associated with it. 

        You, in fact, identified that there are {{form.How_many_risks_have_you_identified?}} risks associated with this project. 

        So, you need to create {{form.How_many_risks_have_you_identified?}} tasks - one for each risk.
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        1. Click the 'Task' button in the bottom left. This will create a new blank task, and allow you to manually copy the form fields into this new task.

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        pg1测评2. Click on the below task, task 7, and then click the 'Duplicate' button in the bottom right. This will duplicate this task and copy all the form fields across into your new risk task to save you having to do it manually.pg1测评

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        In the fields below, detail what this risk is, the impact it's likely to have, who it will affect, what triggers it, the likelihood of it occurring, the severity of it, and what your plans are to mitigate it. 

        To refresh your memory, this is the fill list of risks you identified in the previous task: 

        {{form.All_potential_risks}}pg1测评pg1测评

        In this next field, you need to explain how you plan to mitigate this risk.

        The following questions will jog your memory, and help you to think of ideas so you can provide a detailed account of how you plan to mitigate this risk. 

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          Can you eliminate or avoid the risk (eg. can you remove an unsafe piece of equipment etc...)?
        • 2
          Can you combat this risk at the source (eg. can you increase staffing levels, or amend a policy etc...)?
        • 3
          Can you adapt the work to the individual (eg. can you adjust the height of the workstation etc..)
        • 4
          Can you adapt the process using new technology?
        • 5
          Can you substitute the dangerous with a non-dangerous or less dangerous?
        • 6
          Can you use prevention policies that cover technology, organization of work, working conditions, social relationships, and the influence of factors relating to the working environment (eg. can you develop a safe system of work)?
        • 7
          Can you use controls that prevent group exposure to the risk rather than individual exposure?
        • 8
          Can you give appropriate information, instruction, and training to staff?
        • 9
          Can you provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)?

        It's always a good idea to have a contingency plan, in case your mitigation strategy doesn't as planned. Detail your contingency plan for this risk, in the field below. 

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        In the fields below, detail what this risk is, the impact it's likely to have, who it will affect, what triggers it, the likelihood of it occurring, the severity of it, and what your plans are to mitigate it. 

        To refresh your memory, this is the fill list of risks you identified in the previous task: 

        {{form.All_potential_risks}}pg1测评pg1测评

        In this next field, you need to explain how you plan to mitigate this risk.

        The following questions will jog your memory, and help you to think of ideas so you can provide a detailed account of how you plan to mitigate this risk. 

        • 1
          Can you eliminate or avoid the risk (eg. can you remove an unsafe piece of equipment etc...)?
        • 2
          Can you combat this risk at the source (eg. can you increase staffing levels, or amend a policy etc...)?
        • 3
          Can you adapt the work to the individual (eg. can you adjust the height of the workstation etc..)
        • 4
          Can you adapt the process using new technology?
        • 5
          Can you substitute the dangerous with a non-dangerous or less dangerous?
        • 6
          Can you use prevention policies that cover technology, organization of work, working conditions, social relationships, and the influence of factors relating to the working environment (eg. can you develop a safe system of work)?
        • 7
          Can you use controls that prevent group exposure to the risk rather than individual exposure?
        • 8
          Can you give appropriate information, instruction, and training to staff?
        • 9
          Can you provide Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)?

        It's always a good idea to have a contingency plan, in case your mitigation strategy doesn't as planned. Detail your contingency plan for this risk, in the field below. 

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        Now you've identified the risks and provided detail about each one, it's time to set the risk review dates, in the fields below.

        These review dates will allow you and your team to officially review each risk at regular intervals, to ensure new risks are being identified, existing risks are updated, and appropriate controls/action plans are in place.

        There is no legal time frame for when you should review your risk register. It is at your discretion to decide when a review is deemed necessary.

        pg1测评Top Tip: Risk registers are normally formally reviewed on a quarterly basis, as a minimum. 

        However, the risk register is a working document and, as your business or project changes, this information should be recorded and updated.

        It's, therefore, a good idea to give the risk register a quick overview during your weekly project meetings. 
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        pg1测评If you want to formally review your risk register more than once a quarter, then read this to find out how to add more date form fields to this task. pg1测评

        pg1测评Top Tip: If you'd like to receive a notification every time your risk register is due for a formal review, assign task due dates to each of your risk review tasks. pg1测评

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        Now it's time to review the following documented risks: 

        {{form.Title_of_risk_1}}

        {{form.Title_of_risk_2}}

        {{form.Title_of_risk_3}}

        {{form.Title_of_risk_4}}

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        Fill out the following fields to provide an overview of what you have reviewed for each risk, describe what action you need to take, and establish if the risks have changed since the last review.

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        Now you have reviewed each risk, identify if any new risks have arisen, due to changing circumstances, in the field below.

        Make sure to add these, as individual tasks, to the risk identification section, so they are accounted for and can be reviewed at a later date 

        Identify any risks that may have become obsolete, due to changing circumstances, in the field below.

        Make sure to remove these risk tasks from the risk identification section.

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        Now it's time to review the following documented risks: 

        {{form.Title_of_risk_1}}

        {{form.Title_of_risk_2}}

        {{form.Title_of_risk_3}}

        {{form.Title_of_risk_4}}

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        Fill out the following fields to provide an overview of what you have reviewed for each risk, describe what action you need to take, and establish if the risks have changed since the last review.

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        Now you have reviewed each risk, identify if any new risks have arisen, due to changing circumstances, in the field below.

        Make sure to add these, as individual tasks, to the risk identification section, so they are accounted for and can be reviewed at a later date 

        Identify any risks that may have become obsolete, due to changing circumstances, in the field below.

        Make sure to remove these risk tasks from the risk identification section.

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        Now you have completed your risk reviews, and the project has come to an end, it's time to reflect on what you've learned, so you can take these learnings and alleviate risks for future projects. 

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