Risk assessment c19

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Risk assessment c19

  1. 1. RISK ASSESSMENT RECORD - WITH ALL CONTROL MEASURES IN PLACE Each assessment must take into account and record any specific hazards arising from the activity, before the assessment is complete. Production safety officer Carrie Deans Assessment Date: 30.3.12Accommodation Assessed . Eccles Sixth Form center room C19 Assessor. Liam Belch RISK (with controls)  Additional Who might be HAZARD PRECAUTIONS/CONTROLS Controls harmed and potential for harm already in place to remove hazard, reduce risk level L S R Needed. how ? Details OverHygiene And Comfort • Toilets and sinks provided within Corridor Production accommodation. Hot and Cold water, soap supplied. 1 1 1 Team/Crew • Drinking water provided in Cafe/Canteen • inadequate Ventilation for students, 0 openable windows, Air conditioning and vents to supply ventilation • Adequate space in classroom for students.Trips, Slips and Falls • Good Housekeeping [ cleaned daily ] 1 2 2[ Workplace Regs ] • Minimal trailing Cables. • Artificial Ceiling Lighting provided. • Carpet stained but in average condition.Fire Hazards • Fire Alarm call points located on exit routes • Fire Audability tests carried out each term. • Full Fire evacuation carried out each term. 1 3 3 • Fire Extinguishers located in corridors. • Co2 Extinguisher adjacent to door. • Automatic Smoke Detector [ device 73 ]
  2. 2. RISK (with controls)  Additional Who might be HAZARD PRECAUTIONS/CONTROLS Controls harmed and potential for harm already in place to remove hazard, reduce risk level L S R Needed. how ? Details OverHygiene And Comfort • Toilets and sinks provided within Corridor Production accommodation. Hot and Cold water, soap supplied. 1 1 1 Team/Crew • Drinking water provided in Cafe/Canteen • inadequate Ventilation for students, 0 openable windows, Air conditioning and vents to supply ventilation • Adequate space in classroom for students.Accident • 24 First Aiders on site • First Aid box available in reception 1 2 2 • Local First Aider • Contact Reception, 2400 if in any doubt.Electrical • visual checks carried out. • 19 P.C. / Keyboard. 1 2 2 • Portable unit with T.V. and D.V.D. player. [7/08] • P.A.T. Testing carried out • Data Projector, Whiteboard. • O.H.P. [7/07]. 1 Printer. • 1 Extension Lead [7/08]The three columns (L,S,R) are for assessing the level or degree of risk. The first (L) is for an assessment of the likelihood of the hazard taking place, the second (S) forthe severity of the hazard, both based on the following:-(L) LIKELIHOOD (S) SEVERITY OF HAZARD (R) RISK LEVEL is product of Likelihood and Severity (LxS).1. Hazard exists very infrequently; limited numbers 1. Could cause minor injury onlyexposed 2. Could cause major injury/3 day or more Very high risks score 6 or 92. Likely to occur; hazard exists intermittently or occurs absence Moderate risks score 3 or 4 occasionally 3. Could cause fatality/severe injury Low priority risks score 1 or 23. Likely to occur soon; permanent hazard or occurs daily / repeatedly; many may be exposed VERY HIGH RISKS NEED IMMEDIATE ACTIONSignature of Health & Safety Officer Carrie Deans Date 30.3.12Signature of Senior member of management with Adam Foster Date 30.2.12
  3. 3. Health and Safety Responsibility.

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