Risk Assesment

BLACK SHUCK SPORT & LEISURE RISK ASSESSMENT   1 OF 2        15/06/2018   REV 001

RETAIL SHOP / STALL

Hazard

Outcome

Person

Measures

Actions

Fire

Burns, smoke inhalation

Stallholder, general public

No flammable materials or electricity will be used in the stall area.
Building owners to provide general firefighting equipment. Event organisers to provide marshals in the event of a fire on site.

Stallholder to familiarise themselves with the organisers’ fire safety procedures.
Stallholder to be aware of closest emergency exits.

 

Issues with displays

 

Tipping, knocked over and hitting people

 

Stallholder, general public

 

Secure all display signs and furnishings well before setting up items for sale.

 

Have extra cable ties, duct tape, etc to deal with minor problems.

Slips, trips and falls

Slips, trips and falls

Stallholder, general public

Avoid wires and cables that could be tripped over.
Keep areas tidy and store boxes under tables.

Stallholder to ensure public cannot access rear of display tables.

Falling / Tipping objects

Bruising

Stallholder, general public

Ensure tables are stable on the ground before loading them with items.

None required.

Breakable items

Cuts from broken glass or pots

Stallholder, general public

Place breakable items away from the edges of the table.
Ensure table coverings are firmly attached to table.

Be prepared for cleaning up should an accident happen.

Hazardous substances

Inhalation

Stallholder, general public

No foreseen need of hazardous substances at this stage.

None required.

Hazardous items

Cuts and stabs

General public

Scissors, needles, etc, used for setting up and working in quiet times should be put away when not in use and kept away from the general public.

None required.

Electrical

Electric shock

Stallholder, general public

No foreseen need for electrical equipment at this stage.

All electrical equipment to be PAT tested before use.

 

Manual handling

 

Strains

 

Stallholder

 Use trolley for moving heavy items.

Move items in manageable loads.

 

None required.

Working in extreme weather

Sunburn

Cold
Mud

Stallholder

Stay under the gazebo.

Have sunblock and sunglasses.
Bring sufficient suitable clothing.
Bring sufficient suitable drinks.

None required.

Violence and threatening behaviour

Threat

Stallholder

Keep calm.
Call for help.

Stallholder to familiarise themselves with the organisers’ security / first aid procedures/staff.

 

Working alone

 

Threat

 

Stallholder

Be aware of people around.

Keep money out of sight.

Avoid cash transactions where possible

 

Stallholder to familiarise themselves with the organisers’ security / first aid procedures.

Theft

Threat

Stallholder

Keep a firm lookout on what is happening, especially if large groups are around.

Stallholder to familiarise themselves with the organisers’ security procedures.

 

BLACK SHUCK SPORT & LEISURE RISK ASSESSMENT   2 OF 2

SPORT ZONE

Hazard

Outcome

Person

Measures

Actions

Fire

Burns, smoke inhalation

Coach, general public

No flammable materials or electricity will be used in the sport zone.
Event organisers to provide marshals in the event of a fire on site.

Coaches to familiarise themselves with the organisers’ fire safety procedures.
Coaches to be aware of closest emergency exits.

Issues with displays

Tipping, knocked over and hitting people

Coaches, general public

Secure all display signs and furnishings well before setting up items for sale.

Have extra cable ties, duct tape, etc to deal with minor problems.

Slips, trips and falls

Slips, trips and falls

Coaches, general public

Avoid wires and cables that could be tripped over.
Keep areas tidy and store boxes under tables.

Coaches to ensure public cannot access rear of display.

Falling / Tipping objects

Bruising

Coaches, general public

Ensure displays are stable on the ground before loading them with items.

None required.

Breakable items

Cuts from broken glass or pots

Coaches, general public

Place breakable items away from public.

Be prepared for cleaning up should an accident happen.

Hazardous substances

Inhalation

Coaches, general public

No foreseen need of hazardous substances at this stage.

None required.

Hazardous items

Cuts and stabs

Coaches, General public

Scissors, needles, etc, used for setting up and working in quiet times should be put away when not in use and kept away from the general public.

None required.

Electrical

Electric shock

Coaches, general public

No foreseen need for electrical equipment at this stage.

All electrical equipment to be PAT tested before use.

Manual handling

Strains

Coaches

Use trolley for moving heavy items.
Move items in manageable loads.

None required.

Working in extreme weather

Sunburn
Cold
Mud

Coaches

Stay under the gazebo where possible.
Have sunblock and sunglasses.
Bring sufficient suitable clothing.
Bring sufficient suitable drinks.

None required.

Violence and threatening behaviour

Threat

Coaches

Keep calm.
Call for help.

Coaches to familiarise themselves with the organisers’ security / first aid procedures/staff.

 

 

 

Working alone

 

 

 

Threat

 

 

 

Coaches

Be aware of people around.

Keep money out of sight.

Avoid cash transactions where possible

 

 

 

Coaches to familiarise themselves with the organisers’ security / first aid procedures.

Theft

Threat

Coaches

Keep a firm lookout on what is happening, especially if large groups are around.

Coaches to familiarise themselves with the organisers’ security procedures.

Pitch

Injuries

Coaches, General public

Ensure appropriate footwear is worn for activity.

Prior to set up inspection of sport zone by Coach to decide whether it is fit for play, clearing any unexpected hazards e.g glass, dog waste, pot holes.

Ultimately the decision whether the sport zone goes ahead rests with the Black Shuck Sport & Leisure Coach

Planned sessions should take account of the state or condition of the pitch

 

Coaches should refuse to allow players to play with the incorrect footwear.

Poor Quality Coaching

Injuries

Coaches, General public

Coaches are to be Experienced players, Qualified Coaches and covered by Insurance for the event.

Safeguarding knowledge and Basic First aid knowledge are required as is DBS clearance.

Black Shuck Sport & Leisure to Check SQEP of Coaches.

General

Injuries

Coaches, General public

Injuries can occur through slip, trip, fall, collision with fellow players. Injuries are mainly of a minor nature

All Sport Zones take place under the guidance of a Coach and all injuries are reported directly to Black Shuck Sport & Leisure.

Coach should familiarise themselves with the organisers’ security / First aid procedures.

NON contact games at all times

Running & Passing

Injuries

Coaches, General public

Injuries from falling over or collision with other players, or finger injuries from catching.

Coaches to ensure that enough space is used for activity and that player’s are taught correct technique.

Choking

Medical

Coaches, General public

Players should not be chewing gum when playing

Coach to advise participants of any chewing hazards.

Muscle strains

Injuries

Coaches, General public

This is an occasional but inevitable consequence of physical activity

Ensure warm up exercises are part of the zone activities

 

 

 

 

 

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