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Bucket control legislation

daught

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With buckets recklessly being used to throw **** on people should we consider bucket control legislation?

Maybe we need a registry for buckets larger than 5L?

O we should just play it safe and ban all buckets? If there were no buckets the perpetrator would have not poured **** on anyone.
 

Brian P

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Risk assessment. (I do these all the time.)

Severity? Low. "Foreseeable injury does not require treatment more serious than first aid". Or "Injury of a permanent or disfiguring nature is not foreseen".

Exposure? Low. "Not more frequently than once per day or shift". Or "Not for routine production operations."

Avoidance? Possible. "It is foreseeable that a person could see the hazard and get out of the way"

Assessment: Negligible risk. No further control measures required.

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FullMotoJacket

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Risk assessment. (I do these all the time.)

Severity? Low. "Foreseeable injury does not require treatment more serious than first aid". Or "Injury of a permanent or disfiguring nature is not foreseen".

Exposure? Low. "Not more frequently than once per day or shift". Or "Not for routine production operations."

Avoidance? Possible. "It is foreseeable that a person could see the hazard and get out of the way"

Assessment: Negligible risk. No further control measures required.

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You haven't taken in to account that children may not be aware of or be able to avoid the threat. We must think of the children.
 

Brian P

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Avoidance "possible" does not imply that it will be avoided in all circumstances.
 

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