thread I started work again today,
which involved mandatory training and reading risks assessments.

The risk assessments are centrally produced and a bit crap for a company that size. Quite a few seem to be written by people who don't actually understand what the different columns are for or how to score risks, there's a lack of consistency across the risk register and some risks lack consistency themselves never mind across the whole lot.

The covid one has a severity of 3 out of five, the definition includes "return to work within 7 days".

I mentioned this to my boss but he doesn't really understand, so I'm trying not to think about it but I'm going to end up emailing HR.
permalink Just remember not to call the folks that
wrote the risk document a bunch of incompetent MFCs!
permalink risk assessments are so much fun!
I used to train people to write them so I didn't have to.