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RISK ASSESSMENT RECORDING FORM

Location or
Address: Priestley College- Sports Hall
Activity or
Situation Photo-shoot for my sports magazine
(1)

Hazard

Date Assessment 23/01/15


Undertaken:
Review
Date: 23/01/15

Assessment undertaken
By: Christian Friscuolo
Signature

Risk

(2) Who might be harmed and how?

A1A2

The models, photographer,


Keep them tucked away.
Me or mainly the teacher or
teachers and the students.
People can trip over cables in teachers within the sports hall.
the hall and the flooring is a
lot harder than PA.16 so the
damage would be more
severe in the sports hall.

Sporting equipment

A2A3

The rackets and sports equipment


might be messed around with either
the students or models and an
accident could happen if not used
appropriately

Leakage in the sport hall

A2

Cables in the spots

There is a leakage in the sports hall


at the moment and students playing
sports activities could be affected
either by slipping or could be
dangerous if the leakage gets
worse. Electronic equipment e.g.
cameras could be damaged.

(3) What controls exist to reduce


risk

Instruct people to either use


equipment properly or move away
from the photo-shoot and tell them
not to use it at at all while a photoshoot is happening.

Do photo-shoot away from leakage


and warn staff and students.

(4) What action can be taken


to further reduce risk?

Keep the cables tucked


away

Move people away and ask them


not to be in sports hall while
photo-shoot is taking place or

If leak gets worse instruct staff that


the sports hall is not safe enough.

1. List hazards something with the potential to cause harm here:


Seek to quantify the level of risk the likelihood of harm arising based on the number of persons affected, how often they are exposed to the hazard and the
severity of any consequence.

2. List groups of people who are especially at risk from the significant hazards which you have identified
3. List existing controls here or note where the information may be found
4. List the risks which are not adequately controlled and the action you will take. Have regard for the level of risk, the cost of any action and the benefit you expect to
gain.

(1)

Hazard

Risk

(2) Who might be harmed and how?

(3) What controls exist to reduce


risk

(5) What action can be taken


to further reduce risk?

RISK RATING
a SEVERITY

b LIKELIHOOD

c FINAL SCORE RATING: what needs to be done

Dying or being permanently disabled

Will almost certainly happen

Serious injury/long term illness

Highly likely to happen

Temporary disability/3 days off sick

Not so likely

Will need medical attention

Even less likely

Minor injury eg. Bruise, graze

Unlikely to happen at all

16-25 Stop! Do not start activity again until risk is


controlled
10-15 High risk level, High priority. Take action
straight away to control the risk
6-9
Medium risk level. Tighten up controls and
make a plan to do something about risk
3-5
Fairly low risk level. Low priority but keep
possible action in mind
1-2
Low or trivial risk. No further action
required.

SO: a x b = c
Action Required
Find medical attention e.g. first aider if a low risk rating but if it is a high risk rating it will
be more serious therefore an ambulance would be called.

Responsible Person
The person in charge of setting out
the equipment and putting them in
dangerous places where people

Date for Completion


23/01/15

could seriously hurt themselves.

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