Dangerous Substances and Explosive Risk Assessment
The purpose of risk assessment is essentially to take cognizance of the hazards inherent in a work process, not the precautions already in place, and guide the decision-making process as to whether more needs to be done to assure continued safety.
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DSEAR makes no distinction as to the scale of the hazard, but many users of flammable liquids may use quite small quantities – a few millilitres in a sample, say. Equally a large flammable liquid store may contain hundreds of litres. Risk assessment under DSEAR has to take a specific form: this is specified in the Regulations themselves. Please use the Dangerous Substances and Explosive Risk Assessment mobile app to complete your risk assessment.
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