General Induction Training
Once the risk arising from each hazard has been assessed, it must be eliminated, or if this is not possible, controlled. This is achieved using control measures that are set out in the hierarchy of controls. The hierarchy of controls provides the preferred method for eliminating or reducing the risk associated with a hazard.
These controls must be implemented in the order specified, or if no single control is sufficient, then in combination should be used to minimise the risk: