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Hello everyone,

I am new member to the forum - not sure how forums work, if I'm posting in the wright place or not etc..

Anyway I was wondering if anyone could help me with the risk assessment for the AM2.
I can't think of more than 3 really, I know this is easy but I always overthink the easy stuff.
electric shock
Slips and trips
cuts and abrasions

What else is there that relates to the am2?

Will I need steps to work on the light and carbon monoxide alarm and if so will working at height be a hazard?

would be great if someone could get back to me on this.
Many Thanks
 
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This is above my pay grade but when we did health and safety in college, loan working and working in enclosed spaces were amongst the list of risks. I'll add more with an edit if i can think of any more.
 
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