Steps for Process-related Risk Assessment Understand the process flow on how to manufacture the product
Identify the hazards from its process step (task)
Decide who might be harmed and how
Evaluate the risks and decide on precaution
Record your findings and implement them
Review your assessment and update if necessary
Cosmetic Flow Production Process Flow Cosmetic Flow Production Process Flow
Cosmetic Production Process Flow Common EHS Hazards Receiving raw material from W/H
The simplest building system consists of only two components. One component is a floor, a flat, horizontal surface on which human activities can take place. The other component is an enclosure that extends over the floor and generally also around it to provide shelter from the weather for human activities.
The ground may serve as the floor in primitive buildings. In better buildings, however, the floor may be a structural deck laid on the ground or supported above ground on structural members, such as the joist and walls in Fig.
Method to be adopted and choice of equipment for a materials handling system primarily depends on the type of material/s to be handled. It is, therefore, very important to know about different types of materials and their characteristics which are related to methods and equipment used for their handling.
As innumerable different materials are used and need to be handled in industries, they are classified
based on specific characteristics relevant to their handling.