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Use a Risk Matrix to assess the risk of a specific workplace task or situation.

Use a Risk Matrix to assess the
risk of a specific workplace task or situation. The primary risk matrix for this assignment is the one
developed by Fred Manuele (2020). However, if you prefer to use another risk matrix you may
do so.
Select and describe in detail a specific, reasonable intervention strategy based on the Hierarchy of Controls to reduce the level of risk.
Measure the level of risk if, or after, the controls are applied, and estimate
the percentage of risk reduction.
Grading Rubric:
Does Not Meet
Expectations
Meets Expectations
Formatting
0 Points
The student
did not use a relevant risk matrix
(Textbook provided or one of
equivalent rigor from their workplace).
8 Points
The student
uses either the risk matrix/formula provided
in Manuele textbook chapter 13, OR, a risk
matrix of equivalent rigor; students may have a risk formula their workplace uses, and if so they are
encouraged to use the
matrix that is relevant
for their work
experience.
Organization
0 Points
Selection
and description of an unreasonable
or impractical (i.e. “replace
with robots,” etc,) intervention strategy.
5 Points
Selection and description of a reasonable (practical, not “replace with robots,” etc,) intervention strategy.
Grammar
0 Points
Using
the risk matrix after implementing
the control measures, the student
fails to estimates the percentage of risk
reduction.
12 Points
Using the
risk matrix after implementing the control
measures, the student estimates the percentage
of risk reduction. For example, the original
quantitative number in step 1 above is 500, but after the
intervention the estimate is
300. The percentage reduction in the risk is 40%.

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