Safety Ebook–Drilling Down Into Hazards and Risk

Safety Ebook–Drilling Down Into Hazards and Risk – Low Probability/High Consequence (LPHC)

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Many safety people believe that they have identified all hazards and associated risk in their workplaces. But have they really? What you most likely have done is identified everything that you can see, what about all the things that you cannot see? Hidden things, some tangible, and some intangible, things that can still present hazards, and carry their own associated risks. In this eBook we shall drill down to assist you to find those hidden hazards that have a low probability and high consequence of injury.  Unfortunately these areas are rarely mentioned when formulating a risk assessment or creating a hazard analysis, but they are as important to identify as any other hazard or risk.

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Peter Ribbe

WHS Manager at National Hide Processors

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Progressive and hands on, able to find solutions to problems relative to safety. Knowledgeable in a vast area within the safety field, my career path has changed many times bringing with it a lot of accumulated knowledge from various industries which I am able to use to assist in formulating change, identifying problem areas and finding solutions. Consistent in being actively engaged in the pursuit of knowledge to enhance my career. I have the ability to hit the ground running in whatever industry or surrounding I am placed. Qualified in many areas of WHS, Hazard and risk management, pre & post injury management, accident and incident investigation, contractor management,and internal auditing.Training of Emergency Response and Rescue Teams, writing training material and training workers in safety, training WHSQ PErforM manual handling and ergonomics. I have a metal/mechanical engineering background; this knowledge enables me to be proficient in engineering solutions to safety problems in a variety of safety roles. My safety knowledge extends into chemicals, Hazmat/Hazchem and Hydrocarbons, Industrial Hygiene, Ergonomics/Manual Handling. Establishment and training of quality systems, environmental management and sustainability. Broad ranging experiences in a variety of industries and responsibilities. Business, OHS, Management, Manufacturing, Quality, Construction, Waste/Sustainability/Environmental Management, Retail, Information Technology, Engineering, Emergency Services, Fire Engineering, Human Resource, Training safety and mobile plant operations and competence, Environmental Audits and Injury Management.

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