Personal Risk Assessment Score Sheet

Monitoring the risks and development needs of your workforce is an important  factor to continuously learn and improve on site.

Risk assessments help to identify any areas of potential concern and focus on particular areas that need development and attention.

Workforce consultation and feedback can lead to an overall better safety performance and reduce the number of incidents and accidents on site.

Below is an example in which every operative was given a personal risk assessment score sheet:

  • It’s Your Life is a program for exploring the behavioural health and safety aspects of personnel on site;
  • Each employee is given the task of scoring 10 questions on the scale of 1 to 6 on how they perceive risk during the course of their everyday life;
  • This was completed and then assessed regularly in an effort to raise awareness of an associated risk;
  • These risks were reduced by lowering the initial score through training and extensive toolbox talks.

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Monitor report. Brookfield Multiplex Construction Europe Ltd. London. March 2016

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