Eduard SMIDU, Oana Roxana CHIVU, Oana SUCIU, Silviu DUMITRESCU


Risk assessment is an activity that identifies existing risks in the workplace and quantifies the size of the risks based on the combination of the severity and the probability of the maximum predictable consequence on the human body. The evaluation systematically examines the risks related to all elements of the work process. Assessing the risk is starting point and at the same time the scientific basis for the stability of priorities in prevention actions. The paper presents occupational health and safety risk assessment by EVA-RISK method. This new method can be easily mastered and used because it contains working tools known to users of other assessment methods. The methodology used is in accordance with European standards and Romanian legislation. The method is a result of the need to update the professional risks. The assessment sheet contains: the identified risks, the quantification of the level of risk, the mitigation-elimination system that contains measures for each identified risk, the deadline for carrying out the measures and the persons responsible for carrying out the measures. An important tool in the assessment is the checklist of risks, which also contains ergonomic risks. The new EVA-RISK assessment method has been successfully applied in the field of green technologies, banking, medical field and can be used by as many companies in different branches of the economy to significantly improve their health and safety management system. The assessment is done with the participation and consultation of employees and their representatives, as these are key factors in occupational health and safety management. For a quick use of EVA-RISK, a highly accessible computer program will be developed

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