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Occupier's Liability Risk: Reducing the Likelihood and Impact

As an occupier, you have an obligation to maintain your property at a reasonable standard of care so as to not be held liable in case of an accident involving a patron. An “occupier” may be broadly defined as someone in possession of premises, responsible for premises, in control of premises, responsible for activities on the premises, in control of activities on the premises, responsible for people allowed on the premises, or in control of people allowed on the premises.

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Risk Assessment Template Guide

There are no shortcuts where risk assessment is concerned. A risk assessment template  follows a one-to-one function. This implies that you need to have a different risk assessment template for each distinct section of your business. This is quite logical really. All areas of a business are not alike and there is a need for you to assess each area individually to identify the risks before you attempt to make your risk assessment template. However there should not be too much variation between one risk assessment template and the next. This makes your work a lot easier.
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Risk Assessment Example: What You Should Look For

A risk assessment example  is an essential step you must consider when devising protection and security policies for your business as well as your workers. The risk assessment example might also cover the to-do list to stay in compliance with laws and legislation. The need for the risk assessment example is simple enough. It helps you prioritize the risks that really pertain to your business, in other words, the vulnerabilities that can cause real harm to the continuity and success of your business
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