We look at the variables of the project risk assessment
If you are planning to oversee a project such as construction, landscaping, festival or any event that would require that safety precautions be taken in order to protect staff members as well as the general public; then you will want to look into running a proper project risk assessment. A risk assessment is formed by taking in as many know vulnerabilities and variables as possible and placing them on a risk assessment template so you can inform all of those that need to be in the know of what possible risks need to be brought to attention. Certain government and insurance offices require that the risk assessment is completed before a project is to take place. When building your project risk assessment will more than likely be asked to have a third-party individual or company come in to review what risks are apparent and need to be brought to the attention of staff members. And depending on the size of your project will determine the overall size your project assessment and in this article we are going to take a look at a hypothetical project and what needs to be addressed in order to form a proper risk assessment.