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									ACTIVITY
Island Walks

RISK IDENTIFICATION AND MANAGEMENT

The following identify risks associated with this activity and how the risks are managed.

    Risk         Consequence    Likelihood     What is at risk of                         Management
                                                 happening?
UV Radiation    Minor          Very likely     Walkers suffer            Sun-safe clothing is insisted upon
                                                sunburn                   Sunscreen on face, neck and ears
                                                                          NKIEEC provides sunscreen if required
Dehydration     Extreme        Very          Person becomes               Instructed of dangers of dehydration on
                               Unlikely      dehydrated                    arrival
                                                                          Constantly reminded to drink water
                                                                          Water consumption monitored at dining hall
                                                                          Water bottles required on walking activities
                                                                           away from centre
                                                                          Water breaks – 30mins during activities
Electrical      Extreme        Very             Teachers /               USO/BO to notify NKIEEC of any forecast for
Storm                          unlikely          Participants              thunderstorms for the area, or visual sighting
                                                 struck by                 of thunderstorm
                                                 lightning                NKIEEC teacher to cancel in the either event
                                                Panic
Medical         Extreme        Very          Dependant upon               NKIEEC Liaise with visiting teachers prior to
Conditions –                   unlikely      condition or special          camp
Special                                      needs                        Teacher discusses activity with student
Needs (e.g.                                                               Reassures student
Anxiety)                                                                  Provides physical, emotional support for
                                                                           student (inclusion is very important)
                                                                          Challenge by choice policy
                                                                          Activity modified time/equipment, etc

Sandflies       Minor          Very likely      Person bitten            Children informed about sandflies prior to and
                                                 reaction vary             on arrival
                                                                          Instructed to bring preventative devices such
                                                                           as long pants, long sleeve shirts and repellent
                                                                          NKIEEC to provide repellent
                                                                          Repeated reminders throughout camp
Walking on      Extreme        Unlikely         Person falls, slips      Student reminded of danger
unstable or                                      and suffers cuts,        Walk don’t run policy
slippery                                         bruises or breaks        Reminded of danger during activity
surfaces                                                                  Close supervision of potential risk takers
                                                                          NKIEEC first aid and radios
Falling Over    Extreme        Very          Person falls over            QPWS barriers in place at danger spots
edge of cliff                  unlikely      edge and hits rocks          Reminded about keeping to tracks prior to
                                             below                         and during walks
                                                                          Group stopped before risk areas and
                                                                           instructed about danger and given clear
                                                                           instructions where to walk
                                                                          Adult spotters present

								
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