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|The SAFE-T-SCAN Mini Risk Assessment|
|Written by David G Broadbent|
The SAFE-T-SCAN Mini Risk Assessment is the next step in the behavioral chain of decision making. Whilst the SAFE-T-START Card introduces the employee to an elemental consideration of the general requirements that they may confront within their work task, the SAFE-T-SCAN takes that consideration to the next level.
The SAFE-T-SCAN Mini Risk Assessment takes employees through a four (4) step process which culminates in a decision to either proceed with the task, proceed with the task following further education/equipment/PPE provision etc, or abandon the task - and seek an alternate methodology.
The four steps of the SAFE-T-SCAN are:-
The SAFE-T-SCAN four (4) step process leverages the seminal influence of Operational Risk Management (ORM); a key hazard management tool of many military organizations around the World. Remember military operations are the one workplace where your competitor is out to kill/maim you. Therefore the hazard and risk management approaches, by definition, need to have the ability to function within toxic work environments. Whilst we would hope that other work environments do not confront that level of occupational toxicity, there is great advantage in using ORM tools as a mechanism to influence safer work behaviours within our workplaces.
The SAFE-T-SCAN is used in situations where an employee has referred/considered their SAFE-T-START Card and there remains some niggling doubt as to the safe operation of the task at hand. By applying the staged process within the SAFE-T-SCAN the employee more deeply embeds pre-behavioural thinking in the cognitive chain of decision making.