As we explained in our Compliance or Risk-Based Approaches to Occupational Safety Management article, there are different ways to manage or focus your occupational safety and health management programs.
One way is to use a risk-based approach to safety in the same way other fields use risk management tools, and that’s typically considered an improvement over a more managing safety with a primary focus on compliance or in a more reactive manner.
If you’re new to risk management and the use of risk-based safety management, you may find this free GUIDE TO RISK-BASED SAFETY MANAGEMENT helpful–just go to the bottom of this article.
Free Guide to Using Risk-Management Techniques for Occupational Safety and Health
The guide at the bottom walks you through the following basics of risk-based occupational safety management and includes helpful explanations and templates to help you practice risk management techniques in your safety department:
- Risk identification
- Risk evaluation/analysis
- Risk prioritization
- Risk treatment
- Risk treatment evaluation
Go ahead and download the free guide to using risk management for occupational safety and health management programs below. In addition, you might find some of these other articles about risk management and safety interesting, too:
- Risk and Compliance for Occupational Safety Management
- Risk and Safety
- What Is ANSI/ASSP Z690?
- Systems Thinking, Management Systems & Risk Management for Safety Management
- 5 Easy Steps to Implementing Risk-Based Safety Management
Let us know if you have any questions and stay tuned for more information on using risk-based approaches for safety management.
Free Download–Guide to Risk-Based Safety Management
Download this free guide to using risk management for your occupational safety and health management program.