Affordable small business manual handling risk assessment management software to download and trial
MRAM - Affordable Manual Handling Risk Assessment Management Software
MRAM is a comprehensive occupational health and safety risk management and risk analysis program, designed to be used by both the safety professional and those with part time safety responsibilities. FARM as a risk assessment tool has a primary objective to reduce the overall risk to employees and employers by making risk management simpler, less bureaucratic and more efficient
MRAM as a risk assessment software program provides guidance for the safety professional and risk assessors from the initial risk assessment planning stage, through to advice on undertaking the risk assessment, documenting the findings and producing reports. Manual handling risk assessments should guides the risk assessor through the manual handling risk assessment ensuring the risk assessment is undertaken in a plan and systematic way.
MRAM allows organisations to manage their risk assessments efficiently and effectively by easily guiding the assessor through the whole risk assessment process and then keeping track of who, where, when, and what has been achieved as well as actions and recommendations still outstanding. MRAM also allows instant access to performance and tracking information. All risk assessments can be quickly and easily located and where necessary, printed in a professionally designed and standard format.
Organisations need to produce “suitable and sufficient risk assessments”. MRAM helps to achieve this by;
Organisations have a responsibility to ensure that all staff under their control follow correct manual handling procedures. This duty should include proactive strategies to prevent manual handling injuries during normal duties.
The manual handling strategies should:
MRAM as a Manual Handling Risk Assessment covers the following area;
How far must I reduce the risk?
To the lowest level ‘reasonably practicable’. This means reducing the risk until the cost of any further precautions - time, effort or money - would be far too great in proportion to the benefits.