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Question 1. Using the risk table provided, calculate the rating or degree of risk for a hazard thatis likely to occur with minor injury. Likelihood Consequences Negligible injury First aid injury Minor injury Major injury Fatality Very likely H H E E E Likely M H H E E Possible L M H E E Unlikely L L M H E Highly unlikely L L M H H Question 2. After rating the degree of risk in the previous question, what action would you take based on the rating? Discuss in 50–80 words. QUestion3. Draw the following hazardous scenario on a cause and effect diagram: A plant maintenance worker, John, was using an aluminium ladder to reach the gutters of the two-storey office administration building. He was working alone and attempting to install a gutter guard device. It had been raining that morning and wooden decking surrounding the section of the office building he was working on was slippery. He had almost completed the task when he leant to his right to see around the corner of the roof and the ladder slipped to the left causing him to fall off it and break his arm as he landed.
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Project 1 ABC Chemicals is a medium-sized chemical distributor located at the rear of a large metropolitan shopping precinct. ABC Chemicals purchase large quantities of cleaning chemicals. These are delivered in 205 litre drums and include solvents, acids and other
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