Environmental Risk Assessment

Streamline your environmental risk assessment reporting processes with a digital guide.

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Comprehensive Environmental Risk Assessment Template

Use this template to evaluate environmental risks caused by the production activity.

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Environmental Risk Assessment

Use this template to assess the four main environmental hazards in your workplace.

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Basic Environmental Risk Assessment

This basic environmental risk assessment template is fully customizable to suit your business needs.

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The environmental risks assessment with guidelines

An Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) uses scientific methods to identify and assess the potential threat to the environment. By law, the obligation to carry out environmental assessments is laid down in the Act on the Environmental Impact Assessment.

This article informs about the following topics:

1. The significance of an environmental risk assessment

2. 6 steps of an environmental risk analysis

3. A digital application for an environmental risk assessment

The importance of a constant pattern environmental impact assessment

However, the most important sources of water are the mining, manufacturing and construction industries, air and soil pollution. Among the most important aspects contributing to this are the improper disposal of chemicals, the intensive use of air-polluting equipment and machinery, the improper handling of asbestos, the contamination of soil by hazardous substances and industrial noise.

Employers should conduct thorough risk assessments and inspections to develop a good environmental management system (EMS) and ensure that their company operates in such a way that it causes as little damage to the environment as possible.

6 steps of an environmental risk analysis

An environmental risk assessment guide can be used by risk managers and policy makers to identify and document at an early stage all potential environmental dangers caused by a company and its employees.

The following 6 steps will help you to carry out an environmental impact assessment according to efficient patterns:

  1. Define the problem

    First of all risk managers define the scope of an environmental impact assessment by means of guidelines by determining what needs to be protected against damage. Here, a site-specific analysis is used to determine where the challenge lies in the environment.

  2. Risks characterization

    In this step, risk managers examine the potential environmental dangers at the workplace.

  3. Exposure characterization

    This step is concerned with deciding what and who is at risk

  4. Risk characterization
  5. Risk characterization combines the results of danger and exposure characterization to perform a risk assessment.

  6. Documentation
  7. In this step, the evaluation results are recorded and the precautionary measures are implemented.

  8. A digital application for an environmental risk assessment

    Carrying out an environmental risk assessment with guidance can be a cumbersome process, requiring extensive documentation and the collection of evidence on site. Digital technology and modern mobile applications can help here.

    Advantages of a digital solution:

    • Generate real-time data via internal processes. This makes quality and security measurable and you can use the data to continuously optimize processes.

    • Get an overview of everything that's going on on site.

    • Reports are created automatically - this saves the complete postprocessing.

    • Continuous improvement of quality and safety: With the flexible checklist construction kit you can constantly optimize internal tests and processes. Since Lumiform guides the examiner through the exam, no training is required.

    • The very simple operation offers no margin for error for inspectors on site. The app offers less complexity in documenting or filling out checklists than complicated paper or Excel lists.

    • Depending on the application, tests are carried out about 30%-50% faster or faster.

    • About the super intuitive mobile application