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STUDENT RISK ASSESSMENT
Date: 21/10/15 Location: Solihull Sixth form
Balcony Sports Hall
Task being assessed: Students fil...
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Balcony risks

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Balcony risks

  1. 1. STUDENT RISK ASSESSMENT Date: 21/10/15 Location: Solihull Sixth form Balcony Sports Hall Task being assessed: Students filming General Risk assessment Student Name: Molly Littlehales HAZARDS DEGREE OF RISK CONTROL MEASURES ACTION PLAN Hazard Regardless of control measures Persons at risk *1 Worst outcome *2 Probability *3 Risk Rating A-E Existing control measures taken against the risk What further control measures are required when and by whom • Falling over • Tripping over camera equipment • Slipping over spillages • Falling over any sports equipment St, D, X, L, W, Cl, St, Cr, V Min Min Min Min Ps R R R D D D D • Common sense, being careful. • Make sure it’s packed away sensibly and not in the way • Ensure that there are no spillages • Make sure all equipment is out of the way or in cupboards/where it is kept • Avoid any puddles/steps/anything that will trip you • Ensure all equipment is away and not in the middle of the floor • Clean up anything if there is a problem • Be careful and avoid any equipment that may be left out *1 Sf = staff St = students Cr = contractors Cl = cleaners V = visitors D = people with disabilities X = young/inexperienced L = lone workers W = women of child-bearing age *2 This is without control measures F = fatal Maj = major injury or permanent disability Min = minor injury NR = non-reportable *3 This is with control measures in place Fr = frequent/likely/could occur repeatedly/expected Pr = probable/not surprised/might occur often Ps = possible/could occur sometime R = remote/unlikely but conceivable U = unlikely/improbable such that likelihood is almost zero

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