1 Risk assessment using RiskNET A step-by-step guide to creating risk assessments using RiskNET.
2 Contents 1. Accessing RiskNET slide 3,4 2. Options for risk assessment slide 5,6 3. Creating a new risk assessment slide 7 a) General details slide 8-12 b) Activities, Hazards and Controls i) Adding activities slide ii) Hazards and Controls slide iii) Assessing the risk slide Submitting for approval/authorisation slide Menu Options a) Printing slide 32 b) Copying an assessment slide 33
3 Accessing RiskNET Step 1 From the Safety Services home page click on Use RiskNET tools Step 2 Enter your UCL username/password at the sign on screen (this is the same username/password that you use for MyView)
4 From the RiskNET home page click on the Risk Assessment icon
5 Risk assessment options (1) The first screen within the module provides a set of options dependent upon what you want to do in the system. Option 1 My Assessments This provides you with quick access to assessments that you are already working on or that have been sent to you for sign off. Option 2 Search For Assessments This option allows you to search the entire module to view all (non-confidential) risk assessments.
6 Risk assessment options (2) Option 3 Create New Assessment If you know that a new Risk Assessment is required AND there are no existing assessments on the system that you wish to copy and adapt, select this option. Option 4 Copy An Assessment If you wish to base your Risk Assessment on an existing one selected the Copy An Assessment option.
7 Creating a risk assessment General Details Creating a risk assessment opens up the page to the right. This page provides the general details and scope of the risk assessment. (Note - you will need to use the scrollbars to view the whole page). ALL FIELDS MARKED WITH A RED ASTERISK MUST BE COMPLETED. A new system generated reference number as well as the sign off status are shown at the top right of the page. Various button options, Save, Print, Copy, Add Actions and Sign Off appear at the top of the page too. The three tabs General Details, Activities, Hazards, Controls and Actions link you through to the relevant section of the Risk Assessment record.
8 General details (1) Title and outline Complete the fields as accurately as possible. Give the risk assessment a short, clear and memorable title. Use the Assessment Outline field to give a brief background to the work to be carried out. All assessments will be valid for a year from the time they are approved this will be set at the time of final sign off by the
9 General details (2) - organisation & location Make sure you associate the assessment with the correct part of UCL using the drop down menus. Use the location dropdowns to identify the physical location of the risks to which the assessment relates. If you are doing an assessment covering more than 1 building or buildings not owned by UCL then select the Yes option and use the Further Location Information field Use the Further Location Information field to give more information about organisational and location information record room number(s) here and if you are working in more than one department and/or building, record this information here.
10 General details (3) - Attachments and sign-off Add any supporting documentation here eg supporting scientific literature or data, local codes of practice etc. Your name will appear here as the Assessor but if there is more than one assessor, eg a joint project, add additional names here. You will need to agree who will take the lead eg on dealing with any queries or comments The Approver for risk assessments should be your manager but may different in your department/area. You can look up their name by clicking the lookup button (this opens an all staff list).
11 General details (4) - distribution Add names of all those who you think should get a copy of the risk assessment You can look up the name of UCL staff, but you can add external staff/students here provided you have a valid address for them. Use the icon to add more. All those on the list will be sent a copy of the assessment once it has been approved Alternatively you may want to generate a pdf version of the completed assessment and store in a shared location.
12 General details (5)-people at risk and comments Identify the people likely to be affected by the risks being assessed. Options can include employees, contractors, members of the public etc. Use the icon to add more, and the to remove anyone added in error. The Assessments Comments Log provides an area for all those participating in the risk assessment to record notes and comments throughout the process of creating the assessment and during any subsequent review.
13 Activities, Hazards, Controls (1)- adding activities Once you have filled in all the general information, you can then move on to carry out the risk assessment by clicking the Activities, Hazards, Controls tab. The page provides you with a record (index) of the activities you want to include in your assessment. For example you may wish to have a generic office or laboratory assessment as well as specific assessments for particular projects or activities all sitting under the same general details as one overarching assessment. Click on the Add New Activity button
14 Activities, etc (2)- defining activities & selecting templates The new activity button opens a page where you can either:- 1. Define your own activity, or 2. Select one or more existing templates from the Model Activity tab or the Specialist Assessments tab.
15 Activities, etc (3)- selecting templates Select the assessment template(s) you want to use, by ticking the box and then clicking create
16 Activities, etc (4)- using the templates Once you have defined and/or selected the templates you need your index will look like this You can then select the activity you wish to complete by clicking on the title. If you have selected an activity that you defined then a blank template will open up. If you selected a model template eg. Office working then the template will have hazards and controls pre-populated. You can delete an activity by using the delete function.
17 Activities etc (5)- Hazards and Controls If you are creating your own activity risk assessment and not using one of the prepopulated model templates you will see the page as shown. Your activity title will be displayed here. The full description should be entered in this field.
18 Activities etc (6)- Hazards and Controls You can add your hazards by populating the Hazard field. The controls are entered here. You can delete hazards or controls by clicking on the bin. You can add more hazards and controls using these buttons.
19 Activities etc (7)- Hazards and Controls When you have added your hazards and your controls for each hazard you need to enter what you think the risk level is with the controls in place from the drop down. This is based on the matrix shown where green is very low risk and red is very high.
20 Activities etc (8)- Hazards and Controls The templates are all formatted with the activity title and description at the top followed by each Hazard and the controls for that hazard.
21 Activities, etc (9)- Hazards and Controls You can delete hazards and controls by clicking on the waste bin icon. You can edit the controls using the edit icon You can add new hazards and controls using these buttons.
22 Activities, etc (10)- assessing the risk When you have identified the significant hazards and the controls then you have to identify the Risk Level using the drop down menu.
23 Setting the Approver As previously shown you set the Approver in the Background tab. If your departmental arrangements permit then you can set yourself as the approver for your own risk assessment using the Lookup button.
24 Submitting for approval (1) Once you are happy that the risk assessment you have created (copied or edited) is ready for use, you must submit it for approval. On the top right of each page there is a Submit for Sign Off button. Note at this stage the risk assessment is still shown as Planning. When you click on the button, the system checks to make sure that you have completed the minimum requirements for a valid risk assessment. If you haven t completed all necessary areas the system will indicate what you still need to do. Go back to the relevant page and complete as appropriate. When the checklist displays only green ticks, click Next at the foot of the window
25 Submitting for approval (2) When the checklist shows only green ticks, and you have clicked Next from the first page, you will then need to confirm your decision to submit for sign off choosing one of the three tick box options (see opposite). The Submit for Approval button at the foot of the screen will now be activated. When you click on this button you will again be asked to confirm your decision once again and at this point a request to sign off will be sent to the approver. They will receive a notification by (see opposite) informing them that the risk assessment is ready and available for Approval
26 Submitting for approval (3) final stages Although you do not get an from the system indicating your assessment has been submitted, you will note that when after submitting the assessment, the current status of your assessment has changed to Awaiting Approval If you want to confirm an has been sent, make a note of the assessment number and then go back to the home screen and use the Search Assessments option
27 Checking on submission (if required) When you have found your assessment, click the History link at the end of the record Then open up the history tab and you will see who the has been sent to and when.
28 Approving an assessment (1) From the search results click the RA number you have been asked to approve. Then click the Approve, Refer or Reject button.
29 Approving an assessment (2) Select the option required by placing a tick in the appropriate box and clicking Next Then select the start date and end date for the time you want the risk assessment to be valid for. Click Next and then click the Approve, Refer or Reject button.
30 Approving an assessment (3) The front page status now changes to Authorised. The assessor now receives an (see opposite). A pdf of the assessment summary is also attached.
31 Dealing with rejected assessments If your assessment is rejected, you will receive an from the system which lets you know it has been rejected and the reasons why. When you go back into RiskNET, you will see your assessment has gone back into Planning You can also see the comments made by the Approver and/or the Specialist Authoriser. Make the changes needed to the assessment and summarise these in the comments log so that it is clear what changes have been made, and then re-submit the assessment as before.
32 Menu Options Printing your Assessment Click on the Menu Options button at the top of the page. A new window will open. Select what you want to print by ticking the appropriate print option boxes.
33 Menu Options Making a copy of an assessment From the new window click on the copy button.
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