Case Study Templete For Work Health And Safety Mit Case Study

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SAMPLE FORM FOR THE RISK MANAGEMENT PROCESS
This form can help set out your risk management process for managing cash-in-transit security risks.
Using this form is not mandatory—you can use whatever means are most useful and practical to manage risks at your workplace.
Customer Name
Branch of Business
Date of Assessment
Assessor’s
Name
Client Code
Servicing Branch/es
Customer Address
Post Code
Name of Contact
Telephone
Fax No
T:
F:
Days of Service
M T W T F S S
When Required
Maximum Daily Value
$ Collection:
$ Delivery
Service Provided
Armoured
Non-Armoured
ATM
Time
2 Key Safe
Banking Service
Banking Service
Replenishment
Travel Time
Cash Collection
Re-Carry
Re-Carry
Break Down Service
Survey Time
Bulk Deliver
Receipt for Cash
Receipt for Cash
Admin Time
Payroll
Cheque for Cash
Cheque for Cash
Km Travel
Other
Armoured Service
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Special Client Instructions:
Recommended Parking (see work site map)
All security providers should vary parking within designated guidelines
On Site
Parking Meter
Loading Zone
Street
Off Street
Parking Station
Loading Dock
Designated (as per map)
Notes:
Street Directory
MAP NUMBER
MAP REFERENCE
SPECIAL SECURITY INSTRUCTIONS
PAVEMENT HAZARDS (as per map)
Offender Concealment
Public Access
Obstacles
Access to Client Premises
Lighting
Approach Route
Car Parks
Poorly Visible Route
Comments:
CLIENT WORK SITE (Internal) HAZARDS
Access
Obstacle
Areas of Concealment
Public Access
Fire Doors
Stairwells
Doorways
Passageways
Lifts
Escalators
Comments:
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CLIENT WORK SITE SECURITY FEATURES
Cash Office
Hold-up Alarm
On Site Security
On Site Security Armed
Access Control
Closed Circuit Television
Coverage
Other
Comments:
COMMUNICATIONS
INITIAL WORK SITE
RE-CARRY WORK SITE
Vehicle to Control
Satisfactory
Satisfactory
Unsatisfactory—Counter Measure (See Comments)
Unsatisfactory—Counter Measure (See Comments)
Portable to Vehicle
Satisfactory
Satisfactory
Unsatisfactory—Counter Measure (See Comments)
Unsatisfactory—Counter Measure (See Comments)
Mobile Phone
Satisfactory
Satisfactory
Unsatisfactory—Counter Measure (See Comments)
Unsatisfactory—Counter Measure (See Comments)
TRANSPAC Mobile Data
Not Applicable
Comments:
WORK SITE MAP / PHOTOGRAPH
CLIENT WORK SITE HAZARD IDENTIFICATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT
Client Name and Address
Assessed by
Date
Signatures
1.
2.
To be completed by Security or Safety Officer for new client work sites for the delivery, collection and processing of cash.
Identify hazard, assess risk level (High, Med and Low), detail risks and suggest controls.
POTENTIAL HAZARD
PRELIMINARY RISK ASSESSMENT
(Tick one box in each row)
RISKS IDENTIFIED
EXTERNAL TO CLIENT’S PREMISES
HIGH
MED
LOW
N/A
1. Client entrance identification
2. Vehicle park position
3. Vehicle to entrance walking route
4. Environmental (e.g. lighting, extreme temperatures)
5. Hazardous manual tasks
6. Entrance access
7. Transit route and time
8. Other external hazards
POTENTIAL HAZARD
PRELIMINARY RISK ASSESSMENT
(Tick one box in each row)
RISKS IDENTIFIED
INTERNAL TO CLIENT’S PREMISES
HIGH
MED
LOW
N/A
9. Route to service point
10. Emergency exits
11. Service point hazards
12. Hazardous manual tasks
13. Environment
14. Other internal hazards
RISK CONTROL ACTION PLAN
Enter controls for the risks identified into the appropriate section of the Risk Control Action Plan, for example:
· Altering a door lock or using a trolley is an engineering control.
· Fencing off access to a piece of plant is an isolation control.
· Changing a security procedure or implementing correct handling for hazardous manual tasks is an administrative control.
RISK CONTROL ACTION PLAN
TYPE OF RISK CONTROL
RISK CONTROLS
TIMEFRAME
DATE DONE
SIGN OFF
Elimination and substitution
Isolation
Engineering solutions
Administration and training
Personal Protective Equipment
Manager Name
Date
Health and Safety Rep. Name
Date
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