Since the need to manage the risk is essential for the successful management of the risk as well as provide furthermore, the research also revealed that the effectiveness of the staff members is affected since the policies and practices in paper for the organization are not deployed properly in the organization thus making it clear that the effectiveness of the employees in the organization is a critical element in the success of business for the organization.
The risk assessment has revealed that the organization lacks in providing adequate training and development opportunities for its operational staff. Alongside, it was also established that there is a communication gap between the managers and the operational staff members making it clear that the risk of stress among the staff is high due to lack of support from the line managers. The risk assessment also revealed that the lack of support from the line managers and the increased use of computers without appropriate training are the causes not only for stress but also musculoskeletal pain and increased absenteeism.
A risk reduction methodology using the appropriate measurement techniques is then presented where the organization is encouraged to measure the control of risk through quantifying the results of the risk reduction plan. The risk reduction plan also revealed that the effective control of the risks could be accomplished only through the effective deployment of the control and measurement methods on a periodical basis thus identifying any issues associated with the risks that can be eliminated to achieve effective control over the risks. The risk reduction plan also justified that a planned approach to risk management and reduction is an appropriate tool for controlling the risks due to occupational health hazard and stress related issues. The risk control methods also stressed that the effective and continuous communication between the line managers and the employees is a critical element for the success of the organization and its ability to control the risks identified.
Finally the risk assessment and risk reduction justifies that the risk management should be accomplished using these steps to prevent the organization from facing legal proceedings for lack of training and support to the employees and lack of health & safety hygiene in the organization.
Occupational health issues and absenteeism associated are increasingly becoming a risk to organizations in the UK that are both operating within the geography and on a global basis. The increase in the awareness of Health and Safety of employees and above all the consequences of occupational health hazards has naturally increased the need for a definitive approach to controlling this risk across the organization throughout all its departments of operation including the office and field staff members. The increase in the absenteeism of employees in office-based environment due to musculoskeletal issues has increased since the dawn of the twenty-first century when the developed countries started deploying the use of computers in every sphere of its business. In this report a critical risk assessment and risk reduction procedure is presented to the director of health and safety of "petroleum" that has recently globalized its business operations. The report