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Risk assessment template for building and infrastructure works

Use this template to assist in deciding whether:
 an existing building or infrastructure asset should be brought into total or partial
conformity with relevant standards when undergoing alterations and additions
 infrastructure works with a capital value less than $200,000 warrant certification
using the Construction Assessment Procedures.
Project title

Location

Project manager

Risk assessment

Step 1: Identify the risks
Hazards

Events

Consequences

Causes

Controls

When will risk occur?

Briefly summarise the risk. For example: the {hazard} could lead to an {event}
resulting in {consequences}.

but must still be undertaken in accordance with the BCA and Australian Standards. High and extreme rated projects will require certification in accordance with the Construction Assessment Procedures.au OEH 2011/0937 November 2011 . Risk assessment completed by: Name: Position: Signature: Date: Published by: Office of Environment and Heritage. Sydney PO Box A290.gov.Step 2: Determine the likely probability of risk probable possible unlikely rare Step 3: Determine the insignificant consequence of risk minor moderate major catastrophic Step 4: Rate the overall Match the probability (step 2) with the consequence project risk (step 3) and refer to the risk matrix in Table 7.au Website: www.gov. Sydney South 1232 Phone: (02) 9995 5000 (switchboard) 131 555 (environment information and publications requests) 1300 361 967 (national parks.nsw. climate change and energy efficiency information and publications requests) Fax: (02) 9995 5999 TTY: (02) 9211 4723 Report pollution and environmental incidents: Environment Line: 131 555 (NSW only) or email info@environment.and medium-rated projects will not require certification in accordance with the Construction Assessment Procedures. Department of Premier and Cabinet 59–61 Goulburn Street. low medium high extreme Result Low.environment.nsw.