Report: APP CMHS Project 4

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2.2.3. Risk Analysis

Risk ranking is conducted with consideration given to consequence, probability and frequency of occurrence.

As required under the Alberta OH&S Code (2009), mines must establish an Emergency Response Plan that identifies potential emergencies, procedures for dealing with such emergencies; location and operation of emergency equipment; emergency response training; location and use of emergency facilities; fire protection requirements; emergency communication requirements; first aid services; rescue and evacuation procedures and rescue workers.

Risk plays no part in the Alberta OHS Act, Regulations or Code. Identified hazards must be eliminated, by firstly engineering means, or if not achievable, by administrative means, or if not achievable, by PPE.

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