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    Managing health-and-safety-related risk

    Available format(s):  Hardcopy, PDF 1 User, PDF 3 Users, PDF 5 Users, PDF 9 Users

    Language(s):  English

    Published date:  06-30-2017

    Publisher:  Standards Australia

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    Provides guidance on the application of AS/NZSISO31000:2009 (‘the Standard’) for the effective management of health-and-safety-related risk.

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    This Handbook provides guidance on the application of AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 (‘the Standard’) for the effective management of health-and-safety-related risk. It is intended to assist organizations in tailoring their risk management processes to ensure the health and safety of employees and others in the context of contemporary work health and safety (WHS) legislation.This Handbook—(a) explains the distinctive characteristics of health-and-safety-related risk;(b) outlines the general construct and implication of relevant legislation in Australia and New Zealand (without purporting to provide legal advice);(c) describes some techniques that can be useful for assessment and treatment of health-and-safety-related risk; and(d) describes some approaches that can contribute to ascertaining and demonstrating regulatory compliance.In this Handbook ‘health-and-safety-related risk’ means any risk that is capable of causing death, injury or illness to people. For simplicity it is hereafter referred to as ‘safety-related risk’.

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    Committee OB-007
    Document Type Handbook
    Publisher Standards Australia
    Status Current
    Supersedes

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    Originated as HB 205—2004.Second edition SA/SNZ HB 205:2017. Originated as HB 205-2004. Second edition SA/SNZ HB 205:2017.

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    HB 295.3.28-2008 Product Safety Framework Climbing hazards footholds
    HB 295.3.20-2008 Product Safety Framework Snagging traps - Protrusions and gaps (Reconfirmed 2016)
    HB 295.3.14-2008 Product Safety Framework Melting and dissolving of materials - Dishwasher safety
    SA HB 295.3.31:2016 Product Safety Framework Efficacy of Barriers
    HB 295.3.2-2008 Product Safety Framework Hazardous sharp points
    SA/SNZ HB 89:2013 Risk management - Guidelines on risk assessment techniques
    AS/NZS IEC 62740:2016 Root cause analysis (RCA)
    HB 295.3.6-2008 Product Safety Framework Scissoring, shearing and pinching
    SA HB 295.4.3:2016 Product Safety Framework Informative Guides - Chemical Toxicity hazard for apparel
    SA HB 295.3.32:2016 Product Safety Framework Breathable Zones for Infant Sleeping Products
    AS 3745-2010 Planning for emergencies in facilities
    HB 295.3.24-2008 Product Safety Framework Informative and instructive material
    HB 295.3.10-2008 Product Safety Framework Release of Bisphenol A
    HB 295.3.19-2008 Product Safety Framework Traps - Cords and elastics
    HB 327:2010 Communicating and consulting about risk
    SA HB 295.1:2016 Product Safety Framework Hazard Assessment for Product Safety
    HB 295.3.22-2008 Product Safety Framework Gaps and openings - Limb entrapment
    HB 295.3.16-2008 Product Safety Framework Melting and dissolving of materials - Washing by hand
    HB 295.3.27-2008 Product Safety Framework Requirements for toys
    HB 295.3.11-2008 Product Safety Framework Release of chemicals - Migration of certain elements
    HB 295.3.21-2008 Product Safety Framework Gaps and openings - Finger entrapment
    HB 295.3.5-2008 Product Safety Framework Product safety warning labels and markings
    HB 295.3.17-2008 Product Safety Framework Phthalate content
    HB 295.3.26-2008 Product Safety Framework Latching and locking mechanisms (Reconfirmed 2016)
    HB 295.3.12-2008 Product Safety Framework Release of -Nitrosamines and -Nitrosatables
    AS/NZS ISO 31000:2009 Risk management - Principles and guidelines
    HB 295.3.13-2008 Product Safety Framework Release of nickel
    HB 295.3.25-2008 Product Safety Framework Choking from small parts
    HB 295.3.18-2008 Product Safety Framework Packaging hazards
    AS IEC 61882:2017 Hazard and operability studies (HAZOP studies) - Application guide
    HB 295.3.7-2008 Product Safety Framework Small objects - Removal of graspable components
    HB 295.3.3-2008 Product Safety Framework Hazardous sharp edges
    HB 295.3.29-2008 Product Safety Framework Accessibility of a pt or component
    HB 295.3.23-2008 Product Safety Framework Gaps and openings - Head entrapment and fall through hazard
    SA HB 295.4.2:2016 Product Safety Framework Informative Guides - Flammability
    HB 295.3.1-2008 Product Safety Framework Visual and tactile examination of components
    SA HB 295.4.1:2016 Product Safety Framework Informative Guides - Traceability
    HB 295.3.15-2008 Product Safety Framework Melting and dissolving of materials - Microwave oven resistance
    AS IEC 60812-2008 Analysis techniques for system reliability - Procedure for failure mode and effects analysis (FMEA)
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