Machine Risk Assessment Reports
Achieve greater efficiencies and regulatory compliance with MinRisk’s mobile Machine Risk Assessment Reports.
Users of MinRisk no longer need to rely on Excel spreadsheets for managing risk registers and maintenance logs, or large Word documents that have no data or management information value. We have a faster, more accurate solution that will keep your teams safe.
Data entered into our machine risk assessment app is neatly compiled to produce an easy-to-read, and compliant Risk Assessment Report, that can be shared instantaneously through the app. Better yet, reports can be viewed by other MinRisk users, giving your team the ability to manage risk across sites in real-time.
When generating machine risk assessment reports, users export reports into PDF format.
Automated Risk Assessment Reports
Work onsite, in real-time
Compliant to ISO12100 and AS/NZS 4024.1201 and AS/NZS 4024.1503
Replicable across multiple machines/sites
Safer and more efficient workplaces
Machine Risk Assessment Reporting Features
Individual Machine Assessment
MinRisk uses a data input system for each machine that ensures that the resulting report provides compliant information.
MinRisk allows each user assessing a machine to enter information in each of the following areas:
Date, and time information, as well as information about the department, site, area, machine descriptions, and more. Labels can be applied to each machine for your teams to manage as you see fit.
At each stage of the machine risk assessment, the user can import and include ‘marked-up’ photos to relevant areas of the report. This is a phenomenal feature for those accessing the app across multiple locations.
Users are prompted to assess the physical limits of the machine,and identify the scope and limits of the risk assessment in pre-populated text fields.
While undertaking a risk assessment using the app, the user is prompted to file general equipment and process descriptions of the machine. Further, the user will provide information about the ‘start-up’, and ‘normal operation’ procedures involved. Finally, the user must provide information about the ‘end of run’, and the cleaning and maintenance process involved with the machine. There is also an opportunity to add general commentary around any known machine issues here.
In this section of the report-builder there is an analysis of the fixed guards, interlocks / safety functions, warning signs / indication, and any e-stops that are currently in place. Finally, there is an opportunity to add comments.
In addition to the assessment of the machine, there is a section within the risk assessment that focuses purely on the energy sources involved, relating to the machine undergoing assessment. Within this, using predefined fields for population, users assess the energy source, whether the source poses a hazard, the location of the isolator and locking systems (including descriptions and labelling), provided Lock Out Tag Out (LOTO) instructions, and any remedial works/comments required.
In addition to the assessment of the machine and energy sources, there is another section within the risk assessment that focuses purely on the hazards identified on the machine. Each identified hazard is managed separately.
Users have an opportunity to provide a description of the hazard, including information about the hazard source, the status of the hazard, and the reason for the hazard identification.
Users are then prompted to provide information about the phases of the machine life cycle, and the identification of the raw risk factors (including the ability to rate the risk factors, likelihood of occurrence, and possibility of avoiding hazards). A raw, current, and residual risk score is then applied, allowing your teams to prioritise and manage all machine hazards in your workplace.
Finally, the user can document the controls in place, in relation to the identified hazards.
*Marked up photo example – in app.
Take a look at our Sample Machine Risk Assessment Report to see how your team could benefit
Download our ‘Sample Machine Risk Assessment Report‘ that details an example of the automated report produced from the App.
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