Yes, even when screening new staff members as potential new recruits in your business or industrial organization, it is a component of good risk management. Because it is still possible that unstable staff members can pose risks to the daily operations of industrial processes and endanger the lives of fellow staff members and customers who visit industrial premises. On the industrial level, essential machinery is required to aid screening procedures.
A good example of this is that of the catalyst screening system. Risk management processes are also necessary to ensure that this machinery is fully optimized for the work to be done. Accompanying the catalyst vacuuming and screening procedures are blending, warehousing and repackaging exercises. Risk management is also required to take care of onsite industrial reactors. These services traditionally include loading and unloading.
They also include lots of forward planning. This is designated as ongoing management and turnaround planning as well. Risk management processes followed on large industrial complexes also need to be authoritatively sanctioned and approved. Confined space entries are IDLH monitored, for instance. All RSI sanctioned inspections are carried out by accredited and recognized bodies. These companies also ensure that their technicians are properly prepared for essential work.
It is essentially government mandated that all staff selected to handle the processing and inspection of hazardous materials have completed the minimum OSHA physical exam. They are also required to follow a five step qualification program. OSHA HAZWOPER training criteria has also been laid down. Workshops in this area can take as little as twenty four hours to complete. Even when all training is completed, regular feedback sessions still need to be attended to.
And such follow ups pose no disruptions to industrial businesses, given that they only require ten hours attendance per annum.