Answering Plant Assessor Questions
Plant Assessor is a world leader in utilizing the power of the internet and associated technology to deliver intelligent solutions to assist
in the management of safe systems of work around plant & equipment.
Plant Assessor delivers to its members the benefits of extensive knowledge of Legislative requirements, Australian & International Standards,
Regulator Codes of Practice etc. combined with thousands of hours of expert risk assessment and more than 100,000 plant risk
This is the first instalment in a series of articles designed to provide an insight into a range of specific risk areas that Plant Assessor users
will be asked to consider when conducting inspections.
These articles will cover everything including; minimum competency required to answer questions, the “Golden Rules” to follow when
answering questions, & details of questions related to specific types of equipment and how to determine what compliance looks like.
Who Can Conduct Plant Assessor Inspections?
The minimum knowledge requirements and skills for anyone answering Plant Assessor questions include –
- The ability to read & write
- A high degree of competency in dealing with, and understanding of the machinery subject of the inspection. This includes
knowing how the machine is used, and having the ability to identify machine features
Users do not need comprehensive understanding of the risk assessment process, safety legislation or technical standards.