KINGSWESTON SCHOOL RISK ASSESSMENT: Christmas Disco 2007 Date of Assessment: 7 December 2007 Assessed by: Philip Beveridge Section 1 What is the What Hazards Who is affected What Degree of What Precautions are Already in Place to Either Eliminate or What Likelihood/ What is The Task/Activity Are Present or or exposed to Injury Can Reduce The Risk of an Accident Happening Probability is there Risk Rating or May Be hazards Reasonably be (Existing Controls)? of an Accident (See Note Environment Generated? Expected occurring? Below & Risk You Are (Risk Rating (Risk Rating Matrix Rating Matrix Assessing? Matrix Table 1)? Table 1)? Table 2)? 1. Vehicle Vehicles All pedestrians. Fatal/major Movement on the site will be restricted to the outer car park. Low Medium movement on moving on, off injury. Gates around the site will be locked and that to the inner car site and around park closed, allowing only pedestrian access. Speed limits the site and are prominently displayed. their interaction with pedestrians. 2. Visitor Visitors having Minor Ticket sales have been limited to 300. A number of rooms All visitors. Medium Low control. free rein to are being used for activities to avoid over-concentration in wander around any one area; form the hall, Foxes room, via the corridor to the school rooms 3CE and 3CW to the Conference Room and along the premises. corridor to the Gym. The rest of the school will be locked off and inaccessible. 3. Escape in Visitors get All visitors. Fatal/major The fire alarm system is tested and working. Fire doors will Low Medium case of trapped on injury. be unlocked and available in the hall, inside and outside KS3 emergency. site. classrooms, in the Conference room, in the corridor leading to the technical block and in the Gym. 4. Minimising Unanticipated All visitors Serious All areas will have been tidied before the event begins. The risk of accidents locations of activities are well sign-posted. All activities are Low Low accidents. supervised by members of staff. Any electrical wires used will be taped to the floor. Example Risk Assessment on Section 2 - ACTION PLAN What is the Hazard What Additional Precautions do You Need to Either Eliminate Who is Responsible For When Are These When Were These You Need to Control or Reduce the Risk to an acceptable level. Implementing These Controls to be Controls Implemented ? Controls Implemented (Date)? (Date)? All the above. In addition to the above, members of staff will be available throughout the RY/PAB 14.12.2007 evening in case of need and will be patrolling the school throughout the period. RISK RATING MATRIX (Notes To Aid Completion Of The Risk Assessment Format) Table 1 Potential Severity Likelihood of Meaning of Harm Meaning Harm Fatal/Major Injury Death, major injuries or ill health causing long-term High Occurs repeatedly / event only to be expected disability/absence from work. (Frequent) Serious Injury Injuries or ill health causing short-term disability/absence Medium Moderate chance/could occur sometimes from work (over three days absence) (Possible) Minor Injury Injuries or ill health causing no significant long-term effects Low Not likely to occur. and no significant absence from work (Unlikely) Table 2 Risk Rating - Degree of Injury by Likelihood/Probability High (Likely) Medium (Possible) Low (Improbable) Fatal/Major Injury Very High Risk High Risk Medium Risk Serious Injury High Risk Medium Risk Low Risk Minor Injury Medium Risk Low Risk No Significant Risk Table 3 Action Required : Key To Ranking High or Very High STOP ACTIVITY!. Action MUST be taken as soon as possible to reduce the risks and Risk before activity is allowed to continue. Medium Risk Implement all additional precautions that are not unreasonably costly or troublesome. Low Risk Implement any additional precautions that are not unreasonably costly or troublesome. No Significant No further action required. The risk is no more than is to be encountered in normal every Risk day life & is, therefore, regarded as being acceptable.
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