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					  ST BEDE’S CATHOLIC PRIMARY
       SCHOOL & NURSERY



                HEALTH & SAFETY POLICY
                (to   be read in conjunction with the Managed Fire Plan)




  Together in the Lord we will love, listen and learn


February 2012                                              Review date: February 2013
                                                                            CONTENTS


1.      POLICY STATEMENT ........................................................................................................................................ 3
2.      RESPONSIBILITIES ............................................................................................................................................ 3
3.      RISK ASSESSMENT ............................................................................................................................................ 7
4.      PROVISION OF FIRST AID ............................................................................................................................... 7
5.      ACCIDENT FORMS ............................................................................................................................................. 7
6.      PUPILS WITH MEDICAL NEEDS..................................................................................................................... 7
7.      PHYSICAL RESTRAINT OF PUPILS ............................................................................................................... 7
8.      FIRE AND EMERGENCY PROCEDURES ....................................................................................................... 7
9.      EDUCATIONAL VISITS...................................................................................................................................... 8
10.     INFORMATION, DOCUMENTATION AND TRAINING .............................................................................. 9
11.     REPAIRS AND MAINTENANCE ....................................................................................................................... 9
12.     ESTABLISHMENT PREMISES PLANS ............................................................................................................ 9
13.     ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT .............................................................................................................................. 9
14.     MACHINERY AND PLANT ................................................................................................................................ 9
15.     FURNITURE AND EQUIPMENT ....................................................................................................................... 9
16.     DISPOSAL OF EQUIPMENT.............................................................................................................................. 9
17.     MANUAL HANDLING ......................................................................................................................................... 9
18.     DISPLAY SCREEN EQUIPMENT ................................................................................................................... 10
19.     CONTROL OF SUBSTANCES HAZARDS TO HEALTH (COSHH) ........................................................... 10
20.     CLEANING ARRANGEMENTS ....................................................................................................................... 10
21.     STAFF TRAINING AND INDUCTION ............................................................................................................ 10
22.     GUIDANCE ON RISK CONTROL MEASURES ............................................................................................ 10
23.     PERSONAL SAFETY OF STAFF ..................................................................................................................... 10
24.     PRIMARY, SPECIAL & NURSERY ESTABLISHMENTS ........................................................................... 10
25.     ICT ........................................................................................................................................................................ 10
APPENDIX 1 – RISK ASSESSMENT FORM............................................................................................................. 14
APPENDIX 2 - LIST OF STAFF AND RESPONSIBILITIES .................................................................................. 17
APPENDIX 3 – LIST OF FIRE EXTINGUISHERS................................................................................................... 18




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INTRODUCTION
This policy is written within the framework of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 and its
subsequent Regulations. It is to be read in conjunction with the Safety Policy of the London
Borough of Redbridge.
It will be reviewed, added to, or modified from time to time and may be supplemented in
appropriate cases by further statements related to the work of the Service Area. Copies and
subsequent amendments will be made available to all employees. The phrase ‘employee’ includes
all paid staff whatever their management function.
The success of this policy depends on the active support of all employees to achieve its objectives.
1.     Policy Statement
The aim of the Governing Body and the Head Teacher is to provide a safe and healthy working and
learning environment for staff, pupils and visitors, this will be achieved by implementing the health
and safety objectives detailed in this policy.
St Bede's School attaches great importance to the health, safety and welfare at work of all its
employees and other users, particularly children, parents and visitors. St Bede's School aims to
provide for its employees when working on the premises or elsewhere:
    Instruction, training and supervision to enable employees to work safely without risk to their
     health
    Premises and places of work that are well maintained, have safe access and egress for all and
     are without risk to health and safety
    Where vehicles are used, assurances that they are well maintained, safe and without risk to
     health
    Safe systems and methods of work that are without risk to health and safety
    Machinery and equipment that is safe and without risk to health and safety
    Articles and substances for use at work that are safe when properly used, stored, handled and
     transported
    Suitable safety clothing and equipment when required by regulation, approved code of
     practice, departmental instruction or when considered necessary by the Health & Safety Co-
     ordinator
    Any other suitable protection, where appropriate, where staff might be at risk
    The safety of visiting contractors, members of the public and authorised visitors
    Control of emissions into the atmosphere of toxic, noxious or offensive substances
2.   Responsibilities
The Governing Body
The Governing Body accepts its corporate responsibility as an employer for providing a safe and
healthy working environment for teaching and non-teaching staff in its employment, for the
children attending the establishment and for other people who are users of the establishment. All
reasonable steps will be taken to fulfil this responsibility. With particular attention to the provision
and maintenance of safe facilities and equipment; safety arrangements especially in areas of high
risk; to providing information and advice conducive to safety; to the provision of a healthy working
environment and of adequate welfare facilities.




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The Headteacher
The Head Teacher has primary responsibility for health and safety matters within the school. In the
Head's absence the Deputy, or whoever the Head nominates, will assume this responsibility.
It will be the responsibility of the managers of activities to co-ordinate together and to decide an
appropriate division of responsibilities. This will generally include responsibility for common
safety matters, such as shared areas of the building, co-ordinate fire safety procedures etc, this will
usually be undertaken by the principal user.
The School Caretaker who is the Site Safety Co-ordinator, reporting to the Headteacher will be
designated to be responsible for administrative arrangements to support health and safety matters
and for liaising with Redbridge Council's safety advisors.
The Headteacher is responsible for:
    Setting up arrangements to cover all health and safety legal requirements
    Monitoring the effectiveness of the arrangements
    Producing a written statement to be approved by the Governing Body and bringing the
     document to the attention of all staff, revising and reissuing the document as may be necessary
     from time to time
    Resolving health and safety problems
    Bringing to the attention of the Council's safety advisors those instances where safety issues
     cannot be resolved at a local level
    Noting all the LA's guidance on health and safety issues and bringing them to the attention of
     relevant staff
    Keeping a record of guidance, including those issued by the DFE, etc
    Maintaining a list of Safety Representatives appointed to represent staff
    Implementing systems that enable health and safety representatives to carry out their duties
     and endeavour to co-operate with them as far as is reasonable
    Receiving written reports from Safety Representatives and responding to them within a
     reasonable time
    Establishing a school Health & Safety Committee
    Ensuring that all areas of the site are inspected every six months
    Ensuring that a system is established and maintained for reporting, recording & investigating
     accidents, and that all reasonable steps are taken to prevent recurrences
    Ensuring that all visitors, including contractors, are made aware of any hazards on site
    Ensuring the use of any personal protective equipment as may be necessary and to maintain
     and renew it as necessary
    Ensuring that effective arrangements are in place to evacuate the buildings in case of fire or
     other emergencies, that evacuation drills are undertaken regularly and that fire fighting
     equipment is available and maintained (see Appendix 3)
    Ensuring that arrangements are made for every new employee to be given every assistance to
     perform her/his duties in a safe manner. In particular to ensure that they are given a copy of
     this statement, guidance notes, etc and given the opportunity to read it, before starting work
    Ensuring that arrangements are made for proper training of staff so that activities, use of
     equipment, machinery, etc associated with their work can be undertaken safely
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All employees are responsible for:
    The health and safety of themselves and their colleagues and for any child under their charge
    Keeping up to date with current safety procedures
    Reporting any safety concerns to the Leadership Team
Deputy Headteacher/Leadership Team/Lead Teachers are responsible for:
    The safety of their staff and pupils within their work area by ensuring staff receive necessary
     training and supervision
    The safety of equipment, materials and systems of work by setting up arrangements for
     regular inspection
    Making arrangements for cover of staff with key safety responsibilities
Classroom teachers are responsible for:
    The safety of all children under their charge by effectively supervising their activities
    Being able to carry out emergency procedures in respect of fire, emergency evacuation,
     security, first aid
    Observing all safety procedures and instructions
Learning Assistants are responsible for:
    First Aid throughout the school
The School Caretaker is responsible for:
The safety and physical condition of the following common use areas:
    Corridors
    Reception areas
    Toilets
    Meeting rooms
    Staff rooms
    Unoccupied rooms
    Store rooms
    Offices
    Boiler rooms
    Roof access
    Boundary walls and fences and all areas surrounding the buildings
Contractors Working on Site
The Headteacher is responsible for ensuring that all contractors on site are aware of the emergency
evacuation procedures and have sight of the school health and safety policy as appropriate to their
work.
The Headteacher should inform all contractors of any known hazards that might affect them whilst
at work. Contractors in turn should notify the Headteacher (or person designated by him/her to
monitor contract work) of any hazards arising from their activities, which may affect the occupants
of the school.

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Safety Representatives
The role of Safety Representatives are set out in Regulations on Safety Representatives and Safety
Committees. The Safety Representative within the School is The Pupil Health & Safety Co-
ordinator.
Contractors and Others Working on School Premises
Responsibility to Contractors and Others
The school safety policy will set out the Headteacher’s, Leadership Team and employee’s
responsibilities towards other workers who may be employed on the school premises. These
responsibilities to include:
1.   safety access and egress
2.   that any equipment, articles or substances provided for their use by the Governing Body are
     safe and maintained as such
3.   the provision of adequate welfare facilities
4.   sufficient information to enable them to work in a safe manner including details of health and
     safety arrangements for the premises where the work is being undertaken
5.   regular contact with the contractor’s supervisors so that safety is maintained
Responsibility of Contractors
All tender documents and contracts for service agreed between the Governing Body and
Contractors will set out the contractor’s responsibilities to the Governing Body for the safety of its
employees, those for whom the Governing Body provides a service, the public and others who may
be affected by the works and, in so far as permitted with the provisions of the relevant legislation,
will require the contractor to comply with the general law regarding health and safety of its
employees, those for whom the Governing Body provides a service, the public and others who may
be affected by the works.
The responsibility of contractors and others when working on school premises will be to provide
adequate supervision and monitoring to ensure:
1.   reasonable care for the protection of their own employees
2.   all reasonable care for the protection of the Governing Body’s employees, those for whom the
     Governing Body provides a service, the public and others who may be affected by the work
3.   that their employees abide by any health and safety arrangements for the premises where the
     work is being undertaken
4.   safe access and exit
5.   that any equipment, articles or substance provided for the use at the school premises are safe
     and maintained as such
6.   prior arrangements are made with the Headteacher to agree a safe place of work
The Headteacher will be required to agree arrangements for safety before work commences and to
bring the points set out above to the attention of contractors when agreeing prior arrangements for
safety before work commences.
Visitors
All visitors must report to the school office where a signing-in system is in operation. Regular
visitors and other users of the premises, for example, contractors and delivery persons, are required
to observe the safety rules of the school. Contractors working in the school premises will be made
aware of the health and safety arrangements applicable to them by the Headteacher.

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3.      Risk Assessment
Risk Assessment is a statutory obligation under Regulation 3 of the Management of Health &
Safety at Work Regulations 1999. Generic Risk Assessments are in place and Specific Risk
Assessments are undertaken by the Health & Safety Co-ordinator whenever there is a specific need
(see Appendix 1 for Risk Assessment form). These are reviewed every half term. On occasions the
Health & Safety Co-ordinator would complete a Risk Assessment with another party.
4.      Provision of First Aid
All Learning Assistants are first aid trained and three are Paediatric First Aid trained (see Appendix
2).
The designated person responsible for checking and maintaining the contents of the first aid box is
the Clerical Administrator. (Green “First Aid” folder can be found in the school office.)
If a child is taken ill, a decision is made by the class teacher as to whether the child is fit to remain
in school. If an ambulance is required the emergency 999 services should be used. It may be
appropriate on some occasions to transport a member of staff or pupil to a casualty department
without the ambulance service but it should be noted that this should always be on a voluntary
basis.
5.    Accident Forms
Every case of injury, accident or incident must be fully and accurately reported on the Council's
accident report form. It is the responsibility of the Health & Safety Co-ordinator to complete an
accident form in the event of an incident. They should also investigate the accident and suggest
action to prevent recurrence. Accident forms must be completed for all accidents however minor
with copies retained for at least three years.
A “Bumps and Bruises” book is used to cover minor accidents to pupils. All accidents are reported
according to the guidelines outlined in the “Blue Dot” Reporting Injuries and Dangerous
Occurrences Poster, a copy of which should be sent to the Health & Safety Function responsible for
personnel and a copy should be retained in the school office and the Health & Safety Co-ordinator.
6.    Pupils with Medical Needs
Pupils with severe medical needs have a Care Plan that shows details of their medication and what
activities they can and cannot engage in. Any other child with a medical need has their medication
in the office and in a labelled cupboard in their classroom. Children with prescribed conditions
have their photo in the staffroom and on their classroom door. Staff receive training from the
school nurse annually on what to do in the event of a child having an asthma/epileptic attack or
suffering from anaphylaxis. Gloves must be worn at all times when dealing with injured children.
All blood spillages must be cleared immediately by support staff if the caretaker is not on site.
7.    Physical Restraint of Pupils
When restraining pupils staff are expected to apply reasonable force to ensure the health and safety
of the pupil. In the event of restraining, the adult must shout “I am restraining you for your own
health and safety”. Wherever possible two adults should be present.
8.    Fire and Emergency Procedures
It is the duty of all members of staff to be aware of the fire and emergency procedures. The
following persons are responsible for ensuring that all escape routes are kept clear, and to report any
defective equipment, damage to extinguishers and any other equipment.
     Name                                Location                      Area of Responsibility
     Health & Safety Co-ordinator        Office/Middle School          Health & Safety
     School Caretaker                    Caretaker’s Office            School Site

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Fire Fighting and Precautions
All fire fighting equipment is annually inspected and serviced by Multi-Alarms.
It is the responsibility of the following person to ensure the annual service takes place, and an
inventory of all fire fighting equipment is kept up-to-date (see Managed Fire Plan).

     Name                               Location                     Area of Responsibility
     School Caretaker                   Caretaker’s Office           Site
Fire Alarms
The fire alarms are tested weekly and recorded in the fire alarm log book by:

     Name                               Location                     Area of Responsibility
     School Caretaker                   Caretaker’s Office           Site

Fire Stewards

     Area of Responsibility             Name
     Infants’ building                  Mrs Stratton, Mrs O‘Grady (Learning Assistants)
     Main building (Juniors)            Office Staff
     Nursery building                   Miss Daynes (NNEB)

Fire Drills
The purpose of fire drills is to remove everyone as quickly as possible ensuring any people with
disabilities are adequately provided for, assemble them at a safe place and check attendance. Fire
drills will be arranged by the Headteacher.
Fire Risk Assessment
There is a need to review the Fire Risk Assessment annually which is carried out by the Health &
Safety Leader and School Caretaker.
Notifying the Emergency Services
The Headteacher and Deputy Headteacher have specific responsibility to call emergency services
and in their absence a member of the senior staff.
Emergency Procedures
In the event of staff and pupils needing to evacuate the premises and surrounding area, pupils will
be brought to Grove Primary School. Parents will be contacted via Groupcall or a note on the
school gate for those parents who cannot access Groupcall for whatever reason.
Clearing Premises in an Emergency
The fire stewards have specific responsibility to check all areas are cleared, and people with
disability are provided with assistance.
Assembly Areas
Each class teacher has specific responsibility to take charge of the assembly area and check
numbers correspond with attendance figures.
9.   Educational Visits
Educational Visits are planned and organized by the class teachers co-ordinating the trip and then
approved by the Educational Visits Co-ordinator and the Headteacher. A risk assessment takes
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place for every school trip by the class teacher. It is the Headteacher and Educational Visits Co-
ordinator’s responsibility to check these risk assessments (see Educational Visits Policy).
10.   Information, Documentation and Training
Staff should either receive copies or have their attention drawn to relevant safety information
contained in the school's health & safety manual. The Headteacher must ensure that the guidance or
safety standards are current and adhered to at all times.
Health & Safety documents are held by the Health & Safety Co-ordinator who must ensure that all
staff are familiar with all relevant documentation.
It is the responsibility of the Leadership Team to identify the training needs of staff and keep a
record of those who have attended health and safety training, along with the type of training.
The person responsible for co-coordinating safety meetings is the Health & Safety Co-ordinator and
meetings will take place every six months. The person responsible for contacting the Council's
Safety Adviser when issues cannot be satisfactorily resolved at school level is the Health & Safety
Co-ordinator.
11.   Repairs and Maintenance
All damage, signs of wear and defects in the premises must be reported in the Health & Safety
Book to be brought to the attention of the school caretaker and an agenda item for the Leadership
Team each half term.
12.   Establishment Premises Plans
Plans of the establishment indicating floor layout, emergency exits, fire extinguishers, storage of
hazardous or flammable substances, location of hazardous equipment, plant, etc, and asbestos is
held and maintained by the Premises/Health & Safety Committee of the Governing Body.
13.   Electrical Equipment
All portable electrical equipment will be tested by a contractor arranged by the London Borough of
Redbridge every year.
A copy of the inventory of the electrical equipment tested, including the results, should be kept with
the fire risk assessment book, which is held by the School Caretaker.
All staff must visually check all electrical appliances prior to their use and report any defects to the
Health & Safety Co-ordinator.
All defective equipment must be taken out of use immediately and reported to the Health & Safety
Co-ordinator. Privately owned appliances must not be used on the Establishment's premises.
14.   Machinery and Plant
The heating system and boiler must be inspected and checked every six months.
15.   Furniture and Equipment
The Health & Safety Co-ordinator must ensure that there is a system of inspection to identify and
safeguard against defective furniture and equipment. All discovered defects must be reported to the
Health & Safety Co-ordinator who should take immediate remedial action where necessary.
16.   Disposal of Equipment
Equipment must only be used for the purpose for which it was designed and it must not be
modified. Old or unwanted equipment should be disposed of by the school caretaker.
17.   Manual Handling
We have a legal duty to avoid manual handling where possible, as required under the current
Manual Handling Operations Regulations. There is a need to carry out a risk assessment of all
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manual handling tasks of which the Health & Safety Co-ordinator is responsible. These risk
assessments are undertaken with the school caretaker and they are reviewed termly. Control
measures are communicated to all relevant staff in weekly staff meetings and if training is needed it
will be provided.
18.   Display Screen Equipment
There is a legal duty to identify “Users” and carry out a DSE risk assessment as required under the
current Display Screen Equipment Regulations. “Users” are invited to request eye screening from
the Health and Safety Co-ordinator responsible for personnel.
19.   Control of Substances Hazards to Health (COSHH)
COSHH assessments take place for all hazardous substances present in the workplace as required
by the current Control of Substances Hazardous to Health Regulations. The school caretaker co-
ordinates all COSHH assessments and reports any assessments to the relevant staff. This is
communicated in staff meetings, when necessary.
Any substance, which it is proposed to use for a purpose not covered in either of the above texts,
should be the subject of further advice (from CLEAPSS) and to the consent of the Head/COSHH
Manager. Any substance not identified should be disposed of.
20.   Cleaning Arrangements
The Establishment's premises are cleaned by the manual staff.
Specification for the cleaning regime is held by the School Caretaker.
Any problem relating to the cleaning should be brought to the attention of the School Caretaker.
21.   Staff Training and Induction
Staff are invited to put their training and induction needs in writing to the Deputy Headteacher who
arranges for staff to attend courses. These needs are also identified through risk assessments. New
staff are provided with up to date Health & Safety information during the induction by the Deputy
Headteacher.
22.   Guidance on Risk Control Measures
Staff with specific health and safety tasks also need to be provided with the corresponding safety
guidance. Detailed below are the activities that take place within the school, along with details on
the safety guidance and the person responsible for ensuring the implementation of the risk control
measures and/or performance standards contained within the establishment's safety manual.
23.   Personal Safety of Staff
All staff are given details of the Council’s Personal Safety of Staff Policy. The PSS Poster is
displayed in the staffroom providing details of the reporting procedure and the confidential helpline
is also on display.
24.   Primary, Special & Nursery Establishments
Substances will be used in accordance with the guidance given in "Be Safe" from the ASE; in the
CLEAPSS booklet LP5 "Safe Use of Household and Other Chemicals"; and in accordance with the
manufacturers’ instructions and advice on the label.
25.   ICT
All computers are sited on trolleys at an appropriate level for the children to work at in the
classroom. In the suite all computers are sited on a counter again of appropriate level, evenly
spaced to allow pairs to work comfortably.
In the Computer Suite leads are within ‘trunking’ around the room. Children are aware of leads
from the whiteboards and that they should not be touched.
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Computer screens are positioned to avoid glare from windows and fluorescent lighting. All staff
and children are instructed not to stand or look directly into the glare of the bulb.
There is an appropriate use policy for the internet (see E-safety policy). This is designed to ensure
the safety of our pupils in conjunction with the filtering system provided by Synetrix. We also
maintain vigilance whenever the pupils use the internet.
The temperature in the ICT suite is regulated effectively by appropriate air conditioning.
Children are taught internet safety (see E-Safety Policy).


Signed ………………………………………Health & Safety for Buildings Leader

Signed ………………………………………Health & Safety for Personnel Leader

Signed……………………………………….Headteacher




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Areas of Responsibility
Work activity or location.           Guidance note          Name of responsible Person

Accidents and Emergencies
a) Accident reporting                Establishment Safety   Headteacher
                                     Manual
b) Fire safety                       Establishment Safety   Headteacher
                                     Manual
c) First aid in education            Establishment Safety   Headteacher
   establishments                    Manual
d) Medicines                         Establishment Safety   Headteacher
                                     Manual
e) Asthma                            Establishment Safety   Headteacher
                                     Manual
General issues
a) General risk assessment           Establishment Safety   Heath & Safety Leader
                                     Manual
b) The safe use of display screen    Establishment Safety   Heath & Safety Leader
equipment                            manual                 for Personnel
c) Personal protective equipment     Establishment Safety   Heath & Safety Leader
                                     Manual
d) Manual handling (objects)         Establishment Safety   School Caretaker
                                     Manual
e) Pregnant & nursing mothers        Establishment Safety   Heath & Safety Leader
                                     Manual                 for Personnel

f) Smoking                           Establishment Safety   Heath & Safety Leader
                                     Manual
g) Infectious diseases               Establishment Safety   Heath & Safety Leader
                                     Manual                 for Personnel

h) Sharps & special wastes           Establishment Safety   School Caretaker
                                     Manual
Workplace safety

a) Working alone                     Establishment Safety   Heath & Safety Leader
                                     Manual                 for Personnel
b) Working at height & safe use of   Establishment Safety   Heath & Safety Leaders
ladders                              manual
c) The safe use of electricity in    Establishment Safety   Heath & Safety Leaders
education establishments             Manual
d) Establishment premises safety     Establishment Safety   Health & Safety Leader
                                     Manual                 for Buildings
e) Playground safety                 Establishment Safety   Health & Safety Leader
                                     Manual                 for Buildings


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f) Vulnerable glazing                     Establishment Safety         School Caretaker
                                          Manual
g) Grounds maintenance                    Establishment Safety         School Caretaker
                                          Manual
Hazardous substances
a) Asbestos                               Establishments Safety        School Caretaker
                                          Manual
b) Control of substances hazardous to     Establishments Safety        School Caretaker
   health                                 Manual
Safety and the curriculum                 Guidance note                Name of responsible Person
a) Science                                Establishment Safety         Standards Leaders
                                          Manual
b) Art & Design                           Establishment Safety         Standards Leaders
                                          Manual
c) Technology                             Establishment Safety         Standards Leaders
                                          Manual
d) Food technology                        Establishment Safety         Standards Leaders
                                          Manual

e) Games and Physical Education           Establishment Safety         PE Leader
                                          Manual

Visits and visitors
a) Visits & out-door activities           Establishment Safety         Headteacher
                                          Manual                       EVC Co-ordinator
b) Minibuses                              Establishment Safety         Headteacher
                                          Manual


Conclusion
It is the responsibility of everyone to make these arrangements work. By achieving this collective
responsibility there is much greater likelihood of achieving an accident free environment and progressively
improving the management of safety and so staff, pupil and the establishment's general well being.

Review
This policy will be reviewed annually.




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APPENDIX 1 – RISK ASSESSMENT FORM




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                                                       APPENDIX 2 - List of Staff and Responsibilities



Headteacher                       Joan McGrath
Deputy Headteacher                Hayley Bloomfield
Site Manager and Caretaker        Ray Smith                    Caretaker
Health and Safety Leader for      Stephen Crooks
Personnel
Health and Safety Leader for      To be confirmed
Premises
First Aiders                      Theresa Morris               Clerical Assistant
                                  Helen Dupree                 IT Instructor
                                  Lynsey Daynes*               NNEB
                                  Lucy Donat                   Learning Assistant
* Denotes paediatric first aid    Leigh Fisher                 Learning Assistant
trained                           Roz Hodgson                  Learning Assistant
                                  Paula Hopkin                 Learning Assistant
                                  Ina Howlett                  Learning Assistant
                                  Stephen Janes                Learning Assistant
                                  Carolyn Knight               Learning Assistant
                                  Carol Ladd*                  Learning Assistant
                                  Bernie O’Grady               Learning Assistant
                                  Lorraine Stratton*           Learning Assistant
                                  Karen Sleigh                 Learning Assistant
                                  Sarah Stratton               Learning Assistant
                                  Elaine Wright                Learning Assistant
Educational Visits Co-ordinator   Stephen Crooks
Science                           Standards Leader
Art                               Standards Leader
PE Leader                         Stephen Crooks
COSHH Leader                      Ray Smith                    Caretaker
Asbestos Leader                   Ray Smith                    Caretaker




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                                                  APPENDIX 3 – List of Fire Extinguishers

                              Fire Extinguishers - Location
Building        Location                        Fire Extinguisher
Main Building   Staffroom – by window           CO2
Main Building   Outside office                  CO2 and intake cupboard CO2
Entrance        By middle school teaching       Foam
                room
Hall            By Fire Escape                  Foam
Main Building   Year 6 corridor                 Fire Hose Reel
Main Building   Year 6 Corridor                 Foam
Main Building   ICT Suite by door               CO2
Main Building   Outside year 5 classroom        Foam
                                                CO2
                                                Fire Hose Reel
Boiler Room                                     CO2
                                                Foam
Main Building   Kitchen                         CO2 by door to hall
                                                CO2/Wet Chemical by back door
Main Building   Lower KS2 corridor – by exit Foam
                door
KS1 Building    By disabled toilet              CO2
KS1 Building    By year 1 classroom             CO2
                                                Foam
                                                Fire Hose Reel
KS1 Building    Class 1P - by fire exit         CO2 and foam
KS1 Building    Class 1N – by fire exit         CO2 and foam
KS1 Building    Class 2C – by fire exit         CO2 and foam
KS1 Building    Class 2L – by fire exit         CO2 and foam
KS1 Building    Foundation Stage corridor-      Foam
                by fire exit doors
KS1 Building    Class RI – by fire exit         Foam
                                                CO2
KS1 Building    Class RK – by fire exit         CO2
KS1 Building    Boiler Room                     CO2
Nursery         By main door                    Foam
Nursery         By Kitchen                      CO2




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