Report: APP CMHS Project 4

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5.3. Stage 2

At Stage 2, a site would be applying occasional formal risk assessment methods to meet regulatory requirements to address the need for improvement after an unwanted event or to plan for an obvious significant change such as a new mining method or piece of equipment. It is likely that basic risk assessment methods such as Job Safety Analysis (JSA) or WRAC (Workplace Risk Assessment and Control), would be used at this early stage in formal risk assessment.

Stage 2 will likely involve the establishment of accident investigation forms and the accountability for supervisors to fill out and submit the forms after an accident has occurred. However, it is likely that a formal accident investigation procedure outlining responsibilities for analysis, action planning and follow up, will not exist.

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