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Task Risk Assessment (TRA) Procedure

The purpose of this planning tool is to identify risks and remove barriers from completing scheduled work. Proper use of this tool will allow the team to identify potential interruptions, such as permit-required activities and interfering simultaneous operations that could impact project execution. The intent is that this tool be used far enough ahead in the planning process so that work can be clearly organized, scheduled, and proceed efficiently.

BP requires that all work be risk-assessed. “Routine Work“ is risk-assessed via a written standard operating procedure that addresses hazard and risk. Examples include Job Safety Analysis or a Task Hazard Analysis. BP Control of Work requirements address Non-Routine Work. This procedure provides a higher level risk assessment format for certain non-routine activites.

The following is a list of documents associated with the Task Risk Assessment (TRA) Procedure:



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