Risk injury is a part of projects of heavy industry and most construction. It is difficult to reduce risk completely, but risks can be controlled and reduced using normal processes and observing safe work practices. Further, we can accept the risk as a standard part of doing a job. On a daily basis and on every job risk is with us. The outcome severity and the possibility of an incident occurring can help us to analyze the risk going by the number of times we are exposed to the risk. We on a daily basis decided to accept risk. Accepting risk begins on the management levels and moves down to the local level. How much risk is a contractor and the employees willing to accept?
One function of management is risk control further there are tools which can aid in keeping the risk at levels that are accepted and understanding the risk. One tool that is commonly used is job safety tool. Controlling risk should be done at the lowest management level by employees and supervisors on the job. Spotting hazards are best done by workers although not many of them will mention them. Results of investigations of incidents have proved that workers knew about the existence of the hazard.
The process of establishing an ordinary risk level tolerance can be difficult to do if the team members are not involved. In several jobs, decisions and judgment of the supervisors and employees are the vital aspects of a work areas local hazards, communication and assessing risk. To better understand the nature of work, the environment, the safety and health hazards the input of the people who make decisions on the best methods for hazards control is required.
Job safety analysis is a vital part of managing risks in heavy industries.
Job safety analysis is a tool used in reducing risk level to the level that is accepted by allowing members to design normal task understanding, procedures and hazards linked to task completion. The apathetic notion, bad and good safety tools as planning tools by people completing the job has its special effects on the data quality and levels of input by members involved.
There are other elements that can influence risk management which include the work area environment, work safety procedures, resources and tools available to reduce hazards. Risk management requires communicating with stakeholders when working to complete projects. It contains relaying data from one contractor to another which is needed for communication among employees and risk assessment. The goal is the same, to finish the job timely, on the predicted budget with nobody sustaining injuries.