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									RISK ASSESSMENT                                  DATE RISK ASSESSMENT PREPARED: ……October 2005………….…..

ACTVITY:                            Ice Skating

VENUE DETAILS:

HAZARDS                CONTROL MEASURES                                                                                         ADDITIONAL INFORMATION

The Journey            LEA Generic Risk Assessment for Coach Journey / Minibus Journey / Use                                    If minibus journey or use of staff cars, drivers advised
                       of staff cars / use of public transport / Group walking adopted. Copy of                                 not to participate in the activity.
                       relevant Risk Assessment signed & dated indicating adoption. Available at:
                       www.salford.gov.uk/learning/lea/educational-
                       trips/guidance/risk_assessment_trips/types_of_risk_assessment/generic

The Venue              Fire protection & evacuation procedures in place and checked on pre-visit.                               Date of last visit / pre-visit ………………………………….
                       Evidence of appropriate insurance cover in place (public liability) checked
                       on pre-visit – certificate on display.
                       Safety notices on display – to be included as part of the young people
                       briefing                                                                                                 Evidence that equipment is well maintained

The Activity –                  Pupil briefing prior to session on appropriate clothing (should be                             Standards of behaviour and Code of conduct agreed
Slipping /                       long sleeved, long trousers, gloves, extra padding)                                            prior to visit.
tripping / falling              Appropriate equipment issued by the provider – ice skates
(leading to                     Evidence of appropriate safety briefing (verbal, practical
potential                        demonstration etc. To include appropriate action to take in the                                Non-participants to be positioned in place of safety
fractures,                       event of falling on the ice i.e. lift hand of the ice as quickly as
strains,                         possible to avoid other skates running over them) This to be
bruises, cuts,                   regularly monitored by accompanying staff.
grazes)
Lost pupil /           The venue is open to members of the public. Young people briefed as to                                   Staffing ratio of 1:……… in place
Stranger               possible dangers. Young people to be supervised at all times.                                            Accompanying staff appropriately qualified &
danger                 Buddy system established to ensure youngster never in a position where                                   experienced (please give details …………………………
                       they are left alone. Frequent head counts. All staff and young people                                    ………………………………………………………………..
                       briefed on layout of venue & boundary limitations                                                        ………………………………………………………………)

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                                                                                                                                Staff briefing on emergency action plan in the event of a
                                                                                                                                pupil becoming detached from the main group or one of
                                                                                                                                the sub groups.
                                                                                                                                If lost, pupils informed to approach the venue staff, not
                                                                                                                                members of the public.
General                         Parental consent for the activity obtained prior to visit.
                                Full pupil records including emergency contacts taken on visit.
                                Landline and mobile telephones available for use.
                                First aid provision established.
                                Emergency contacts back at base informed and available.
                                Appropriate insurance cover taken out.




RISK ASSESSMENT REVIEWED BY: ………………………………………………………………
NAME OF SCHOOL: ……………………………………………………………………………………
DATE OF VISIT: …………………………………………………………………………………………
DATE OF REVIEW: …………………………………………………………………………………….




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