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Les Hatton

2010b1

How to do risk assessments so you don't get asked again

Vital public service documenthow-to-avoid-writing-risk-assessments.pdf

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With the modern urge to produce risk assessments for any activity whatsoever, this is a simple guide to doing them so you don't get asked again. It is fully compliant with all procedures and is end to end mentored with regard for all modalities by an appropriately standardised milieu of consensual sub-committees.

Its actually quite easy to produce sentences like the last and I am working on a software system for generating bollocks like this automatically to save all the effort of cloning it from somebody else's committee minutes. I think I am really getting the hang of this. :-)

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