What is the difference between OHS Risks & Other Risks?
OH&S risks are risks that directly affect the operations of the organization, and generally come from the OH&S hazards identified for the processes. Other risks could affect the OHSMS, but would not be directly related to the hazards as they currently exist; for instance if you found out that a supplier was discontinuing a chemical that you use, and you did not know what chemical could replace it, this is a risk that you do not yet understand the hazard of but could change your hazards in future.
What is the difference between OHS Opportunities & Other Opportunities?
OH&S opportunities are described as specific OH&S activities that would enhance the OH&S performance, with examples such as adapting work, or eliminating hazards and risks. Other opportunities would consist of other activities that would improve the OH&S management system that are not seen directly as OH&S opportunities. The wording appears to be this way to ensure that people include all opportunities to improve OH&S performance regardless of how they classify those opportunities.