Should I take the time
for risk assessment for my event?
Compiled by Gary Cole - contributions by Julz and Anne
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Contributed by Julz...
Risk assessment form for _______________________________ on ______________
contact name and number for this event Yes / No _______________________
Do I have relevant insurance? Public liability cover YES / No ___________________
Do I have CRB certificates for all artists attending YES / No ____________________
Have I avoided
escape exits in setting up? Yes / No ___________________________
Are materials and supplies safe and fit for purpose intended? Yes / No ____________
Are children participating with consent? Yes / No ____________________________
Are our signs clearly visible Yes / No ______________________________________
Do I have a phone in
case of emergencies? Yes / No __________________________
Am I aware of the security procedures in event of emergency Yes / No ____________
Access to clean
water supply? Yes / No _____________________________________
Am I aware of health and hygiene? Yes / N o ________________________________
Am I aware of the safety of all persons and ourselves around our working area? Yes/ No
Are the table and chairs in use safe for the purpose intended? Yes / No _____________
Am I aware all children must be accompanied or supervised by an adult Yes / No
If photographs are to be taken
by me do I have relevant consent Yes / No _____________
If photographs are to be taken by someone else do they have relevant consent? Yes/ No
Signed : Julz O’Sullivan______________________________Date__________
Contributed by Anne Ardern...
Risk Assessment for Small Top Circus; Circus Skills Workshop
The Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1992, requires employers to assess the risks faced by their staff at work. Staff participating in company events are ‘at work’ and therefore the risks associated with these activities need to be assessed and controlled in the same way as other work activities. A risk assessment is simply a careful examination of what, in the activity concerned, could cause harm to people, so management can ensure appropriate precautions are taken to prevent injury or ill health. Risk assessment need not be over complicated; generally the hazards in such an event will be few and simple and checking them out should be a relatively simple process.
Analyse the activity
(break down into discreet tasks)
Circus skills Workshop
Working space dictates how many participants are included in each session.
One Worker stationed with each set of equipment.
A designated Leader will determine the participants ability to join in each activity, (including assessing footwear and suitable clothing)
Designated leader to ensure participants compliance with safety rules.
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