Risk Assessments

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  1. Gmeister

    Gmeister Grand Master
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    Now then, after going on that course yesterday, I am filling in a risk assessment form tor the church I clean so that everythings above bored!

    Going to do another form for this muslim moque I quoted for.

    But need some help.

    How do I do one for residential.

    I need a generic one like the guy on the course told me about.

    I cant fill in forms for every house! not possible!

    So instead of ticking boxs etc for every house on this risk assessment sheet.

    Can I instead write one out (probs about two pages long but should cover me right?If I carry that with me plus insurance details in the car?


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  2. Iain

    Iain Guru
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    You can use a generic risk assessment but it needs to cover every eventuality and every possible risk.
     
  3. rcproperty

    rcproperty Hero
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    you can use one for all type form, just fill out all the risks that you have on every house and just use that,

    you dont even have to use that tick system that they used on the training.

    this is my really basic one that i use as a starting point, then just add to it as and when there is a diffrent risk that comes up
     

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  4. laddergarder

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    here is a copy of mine, I could probably do with updating it, but it will give you a general idea and starting point.
     

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  5. Tom Kelly

    Tom Kelly Active Member
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    If you've been on the QCF course we are happy enough to provide you with some Risk Assessment and Method Statement templates!

    I know, I know, we're too kind! :)
     
  6. Smurf

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    Very good rc ;)

     
  7. rcproperty

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    thanks.
    it works as a starter one, then can add to it when you see diffrent risks
     
  8. Smurf

    Smurf Banned
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    So do you do a written risk assesment for every domestic job you do?.... To be honest I don't bother as i find a visual risk assesment each visit is good enough for me.
     
  9. rcproperty

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    as a lot of the houses are the same, i have a general one that covers about 90% of the houses, then there are a few diffrent ones that have diffrent work done too,

    commercials i always do them to each one.
     
  10. Smurf

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    So is it a legal requirment to do risk assesments for all tradesmen on domestic work?
     
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