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STUDENT RISK ASSESSMENT

Date: 18/09/14

Location: Media Studies


Outside Meriden

HAZARDS
Hazard
Regardless of control measures
1. Tripping and falling down the
stairs
2. Bumping into a student

*1
Sf = staff
St = students
Cr = contractors
Cl = cleaners
V = visitors

Task being assessed: Students taking photos in college

General Risk assessment


DEGREE OF RISK
Persons
Worst
Probability
Risk
at risk
outcome
Rating
*1
*2
*3
A-E
1. 1. Min/
1. Ps
1. C
S
Maj
2. Ps
2. C
2. Min
2.
S

D = people with disabilities


X = young/inexperienced
L = lone workers
W = women of child-bearing
age

CONTROL MEASURES
Existing control measures taken
against the risk

Student Name:
Naomi Chopra
ACTION PLAN
What further control
measures are required when
and by whom

1. Spend the Minimal amount of


time on the staircase, walk up
None
onto the required step slowly,
assure footing is secure and
stable.
2. Take care and listen out for
incoming students/staff to avoid None
collisions.

*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

Date: 18/09/14

Location: Music Studio

HAZARDS
Hazard
Regardless of control measures

1. Bumping into a student


2. Colliding into a table
edge
3. Tripping over bags or
books
4. Cutting self on the panel
5. Wires tripping over

*1
Sf = staff
St = students
Cr = contractors
Cl = cleaners
V = visitors
Date: 18/09/14

Persons
at risk
*1
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

St
St
St
St
St

D = people with disabilities


X = young/inexperienced
L = lone workers
W = women of child-bearing
age
Location:
Field

Task being assessed: Students taking photos in college


General Risk assessment
DEGREE OF RISK
Worst
Probability
Risk
outcom
Rating
e
*3
A-E
*2
1. Min
1. Ps
1.C
2. Min
2. Ps
2. C
3. Min
3. Pr
3. C
4. Min
4. Ps
4.D
5. Min
5. R
5.D

CONTROL MEASURES
Existing control measures taken
against the risk
1. Watch where youre going
and listen for incoming
students choose a time
theres less likely to be
students
2. Make space before
shooting
3. Move objects out the way
to avoid hazards
4. Stay away from the panel
5. Be warely of wires,
photoshoot away from
them

*2 This is without control measures


F = fatal
Maj = major injury or permanent disability
Min = minor injury
NR = non-reportable

ACTION PLAN
What further control
measures are required when
and by whom
None

None

*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

Task being assessed: Students taking photos in college


General Risk assessment

Student Name:
Naomi Chopra

Student Name:
Naomi Chopra

HAZARDS
Hazard
Regardless of control measures
1. Tripping over (due to uneven
ground)
2. Slipping on wet grass
3. Injury from sports activity

*1
Sf = staff
St = students
Cr = contractors
Cl = cleaners
V = visitors
Date: 22/09/14

Persons
at risk
*1
1. St
2. St
3. St

D = people with disabilities


X = young/inexperienced
L = lone workers
W = women of childbearing age
Location: Art Block

DEGREE OF RISK
Worst
Probability
outcom
e
*3
*2
1. Min 1. Ps
2. Min 2. Pr
3. Min 3. Ps
/Maj

Risk
Rating
A-E
1. C
2. C
3. C

CONTROL MEASURES
Existing control measures taken
against the risk
Pick a day its forecasted to be
dry

*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

Task being assessed: Students taking photos in college


General Risk assessment

ACTION PLAN
What further control
measures are required when
and by whom

Student Name:
Naomi Chopra

HAZARDS
Hazard
Regardless of control measures
1. Walking into a display object
2. Colliding into another
student/staff
3. Slipping on the floor (if wet)

*1
Sf = staff
St = students
Cr = contractors
Cl = cleaners
V = visitors

Persons
at risk
*1
1. St
2. St, Sf
3. St

D = people with disabilities


X = young/inexperienced
L = lone workers
W = women of child-bearing
age

DEGREE OF RISK
Worst
Probability
outcom
e
*3
*2
1. Min 1. Ps
2. Min 2. Ps
3. Min 3. Ps
/Maj

Risk
Rating
A-E
1. C
2. D
3. D

CONTROL MEASURES
Existing control measures taken
against the risk
1. Be aware of your
surroundings
2. Pick a time where the
majority of other students
and staff are in lessons
3. Look out for wet floor
signs or avoiding slippery
areas

*2 This is without control measures


F = fatal
Maj = major injury or permanent disability
Min = minor injury
NR = non-reportable

ACTION PLAN
What further control
measures are required when
and by whom
None

None

*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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