Risk is the likelihood of something happening. Risk refers to the probability of injury, illness or damage resulting from exposure to a hazard. Generally, risks are categorised as either low, medium or high. Examples of low, medium and high risks are shown below:
You need to identify hazards and assess the risk on a regular basis:
In other words, you should be constantly looking for hazards, assessing the risk (low, medium, high) and doing something to remove or reduce the risk created by the hazard.
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