Risk Assessment Method
Table 1. Probability and Intensity definitions for risk assessment.
|Probability||1. too small |
|3. Middle |
|5. very high
|Intensity||1. very slight||2. slight||3. middle||4. serious||5. very serious|
Equality 1. Risk score
R = Probability x Intensity
Table 2. Risk matrix assessment chart.
Table 3.Risk value action and timing chart
1-6 Acceptable Risk: Existing controls should be constantly monitored to keep the risk at this level.
8-15 Remarkable Risk: These risks should be intervened as quickly as possible.
16-25 Unacceptable Risk: Necessary measures should be taken immediately. Work should not be started or continued until at least Considerable Risk (8-15 points).
Risk Analysis and Evaluation
Risk analysis and assessment of protective garment and measures to be taken for these risks are given in the table below.
Warning and Limitations
Make sure that the product is suitable for the application and fitted correctly. Product must never be altered or modified. Final determination as to the suitability of these products for a particular situation is the employer’s responsibility.If you have questions you may contact Ongan technical experts.
Storage and Disposal
- Store in dry, clean conditions in original packaging, away from direct sunlight, sources of high temperature, and solventvapours.
- Expected shelf life is three years from the date of manufacture when stored as stated.
- Replace garment if damaged, heavily contaminated or in accordance with local work practice or regulations.
- Handle and dispose of contaminated garments with care in accordance with applicable local regulations.