Office Equipment Risk Assessment Form – Servers
This Office Servers Risk Assessment Form can be used to manage the hazards you may find in your server room/cupboard. This is probably not an area that most people will have access to regularly. It is important though to carry out these simple checks just to be safe. Using this form can help you see the obvious hazards you simply may not have seen before.
This template has been filled in to illustrate the sort of issues that may need consideration when carrying out an office risk assessment on your office servers or server room.
Carrying out an Office Risk Assessment is an important part of managing risks around the workplace. The purpose of this worked example is to give the employer a helping hand in how to see the workplace when doing an Office Servers or Server Room Risk Assessment. For more general advice on completing risk assessments please look at our Guidance Notes on Completing Risk Assessments.
As this example draws on a variety of real life situations, some of the hazards identified may be relevant for the business, others may not. Likewise, with both the “existing controls” and the “further controls/actions” needed; some may apply and others will not. How the control measures differ will depend entirely on the relevant company’s current health and safety procedures, but those shown provide an idea of how they could work.
Please be aware that carrying out the Risk Assessment is not a stand-alone task. Rather it should be the first step in helping to ensure that the workforce (and anyone else who may be affected) is as safe as reasonably practicable.
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