Basically, only the actually present hazards that are typical (significant) for the corresponding workstation and may affect the employees at the workstation must be captured.
Both hazards that may lead to accidents and work-related health hazards must be taken into account.
According to the Safety and Health at Work Act, hazards specifically result from
Hazards may also occur as a result of
In order to capture the hazards systematically and completely, you should orient on a list of hazards that are possible as a matter of principle. A basic orientation for assessing possible hazards can be found in the overview of hazard factors of the guideline risk assessment (annex 1).
Please also note that different hazards may result under different operating conditions. The following operating conditions should be included in your assessment:
Check all working areas, workstations and activities, respectively, in a step-by-step manner. For similar workstations, procedures.