This assessment only addresses the risk of harm to health from the substances listed.
Additional risk assessments may be required to control the risk from any other hazards
that may be associated with this work activity.
Assessor: Principal Investigator:
Crispin Bloomfield N/A
Assessment Date: Dates Reviewed:
May 2011 N/A
Johnson Diversey Carefree Maintainer Floor Treatment
Technique(s): Frequency: Location of Work:
Applied after cleaning floors Three times per week in St Anselm Hall Cellar Club
as a final finish. line with bar opening.
Substance Hazardous Properties Quantity
(Specify chemical, biological (provide details of how the (Indicate how much of the
agents, human/human derived substance might cause harm e.g. substance will be used)
material, animals, dusts etc) by inhalation, skin contact, etc)
Floor polish with a non-slip Classified as an irritant. Spray: Dilute 500ml per 5ltr
finish. with cold water and apply in
a fine mist from a suitable
Damp Mop: 165ml per 5ltr
with cold water then apply
solution with a damp mop.
Machine Scrub: 165ml per
5ltr, apply solution then
scrub with a green floor pad
or brush. Pick up residue
with a mop or wet suction
Who may be exposed?
Bar staff cleaning floors.
What is the maximum possible exposure?
Used during the cleaning process.
METHODS OF PREVENTION OR CONTROL OF EXPOSURE
1. Access control:
Restricted to bar staff and kept locked behind bar.
2. Engineering control:
3. Approved PPE:
Rubber gloves and goggles should be worn when handling concentrated chemical.
4. Special procedures:
Named Personnel: None
ASSESSMENT OF EXISTING CONTROLS
(you should state here if the existing available control measures are sufficient to cover this work. If the work
requires a specific code of practice, its identity should be written here. This may also identify the need for a
new CoP or the need for a SOP)
Existing control measures (PPE and training) are sufficient to cover the use of this
TRAINING REQUIREMENTS STORAGE REQUIREMENTS
(List any specialised training requirements before (Note any special requirements e.g. ventilation,
work can begin) incompatibility etc)
Training in diluting chemical to be provided Bar environment is a cool dry and well
by Chairman of the Club Committee ventilated space. Chemical is very toxic to
aquatic organisms, The material and its
container must be disposed of as