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Hand In Dates for 2010/2011September/November 2010 – Unit 1 Principles of Anatomy and PhysiologyNovember/25th January 2011- Unit 2 Physiology Of Fitness25th January/10th March 2011 – Unit 3 Assessing Risk In Sport15th March/May 2011- Unit 10 Outdoor and Adventurous Activities
Learning Outcome‘To know and understand the key factors that influence health and safety in sport’‘Be able to carry out risk assessments’‘Be able to plan a safe sporting activity’
Legislation in SportHealth and safety has become one of the most important things when delivering sport to anyone. Within this “sue culture” that we live in these days all sports coaches/teachers and volunteers must be very careful that they have the right insurance and procedure in place so that they are covered if accidents occur.
Assignment 1 – P1/P2/M1Task – create a poster that describes the following four health and safety acts in sport, stating how they impact on health and safety (P1):Health and safety at work act (1974)Activity Centre Act (1995)Childrens Act (1995)Fire Safety and Safety of Places of Sport Act (1987) aka Safety at Sports Ground Act (1987)
To complete the task:You must research the acts in detail using books, internet, journals and any other ways of finding out this information.You must then filter the information and state how these acts impact health and safety in sport. To gain the higher grades your must compare and contrast the influences of legislation, legal factors and regulatory bodies on health and safety in sport. Why have certain acts made it safer for children to take part in sport? (M1)
Deadline for this assignment3rd February 2011 HAND IN!!!!! NO LATER!!!
Assignment 1 cont. Now on the back of your beautiful poster you must find more information on the following!!!!! Describes how the following regulate the health and safety of children in sport:1 Health & safety executive (HSE)2 A National Governing Body of Sport3 Barclay school policy & procedures on school sports visits4 The police and the judicial system with regard to statutory, civil and case law5 PE Teachers / sports coaches legal responsibilities for child protectionOnce again you can continue working with the people you have been already.NB – You must give examples of the following
P2 - regulation of health and safetyHow do the following regulate health and safety? Give examples!Health and safety executive (HSE)A National governing body of sport e.g FABarclay school policy and procedures on school sports visits.The police and judicial system with regard to statuary, civil and case lawPE teachers/sports coaches legal responsibilities for child protection.
M1Compare and contrast the influences of legislation, legal factors and regulatory bodies on health and safety in sport. You may wish to look at examples of which ones have made it safer for children to take part, and why, and which ones have made it more difficult to take part and organise, and why.