How do I do a risk analysis of tasks involving manual handling?
1: During this phase, gather information on the task's execution and the task's essential steps. This should be a collaborative process that includes input from people who perform the work most frequently.
2: Collecting all technical data. Check measurements, weight, and the number of manual lifts. Gather general details regarding the observed postures and working conditions.
3: Determining the issue or risk factor
Decide what improvements you can put into practice. After determining the risk factors, you must look at potential remedies. If you add new activities, evaluate them. You need to ensure that they do not create new hazards.
Evaluate the controls' effectiveness. Effectiveness is the extent to which the control has reduced the risk of injury.