e-Risk Assessment of companies from 6 to 10 employees
The risk assessment is the most important occupational safety document that determines the level of danger, harm and effort in terms of injury at work, occupational disease, work-related illness and disruptions in the work process that could cause adverse consequences for the safety and health of workers.
If the employer does not have a risk assessment or its assessment does not correspond to the existing risks at work, the Occupational Safety and Health Act stipulates a fine of HRK 30,000 for legal entities and HRK 6,000 for responsible persons of legal entities.
A risk assessment can be made by persons authorized to make a risk assessment, and it can be made by the employer himself for his own needs.
In order to reduce the cost of creating a risk assessment, and based on our fifteen years of experience in creating risk assessments, we have developed a software solution that allows you to create and/or update the risk assessment yourself: the e-Assessment application.
The advantage of e-Assessment is that the application is regularly upgraded and the database is constantly updated, as well as being harmonized with changes in the legislation. The use of the program is very easy to use and intuitive, so that it can be used by people who are not occupational safety experts. The interface is modern, in a responsive design, so the pages adapt to the screen size of the device from which the user accesses them, and the information on the screen is always clear and legible, regardless of whether the application is accessed via a desktop computer, tablet or smartphone.
The employer is obliged to have a risk assessment prepared in written or electronic form and make it available to workers at the workplace.
After creating your risk assessment in e-Assessment, you can directly convert it from the application into a pdf format suitable for printing or sending by email, as well as after each update of your assessment.
In the stated price, you have the right to use the application for a period of 3 years, and we undertake to supplement and harmonize the application with all changes in legislation during that period.