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  1. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • CONTENTS: • Duty of care • Assessing risk • Controlling risk • “On the spot” risk assessments • First Aid • Manual handling • Dealing with violence • Fire safety HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK

  2. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • Legal Obligation • Proof required • Owed a duty of care • Duty of care breached • Harm caused as a direct result of the breach DUTY OF CARE

  3. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • DEFINITIONS • Risk • Hazard • Hazardous Event • Likelihood • Consequence • Risk= Likelihood x Consequence • Risk Assessment ASSESSING RISK

  4. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • CONSEQUENCE: • 1. Insignificant • 2. Minor • 3. Moderate • 4. Major • 5. Catastrophic RISK MATRIX

  5. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • LIKELIHOOD: • 1. Very Unlikely (1/1,000,000) • 2. Unlikely (1/100,000) • 3. Fairly Likely (1/10,000) • 4. Likely (1/1,000) • 5. Very Likely (1/100) RISK MATRIX

  6. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • 16-25 UNNACCEPTABLE • 11-15 TOLERABLE • 6-10 ADEQUATE • 1-5 ACCEPTABLE RISK MATRIX

  7. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK ASSESSING RISK IN PRACTICE

  8. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK ASSESSING RISK IN PRACTICE

  9. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK ASSESSING RISK IN PRACTICE

  10. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK ASSESSING RISK IN PRACTICE

  11. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK ASSESSING RISK IN PRACTICE

  12. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK ASSESSING RISK IN PRACTICE

  13. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK ASSESSING RISK IN PRACTICE

  14. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • Risk= Likelihood x Consequence • A) reduce the LIKELIHOOD of a hazardous event • Table Saw likelihood 4 • Table Saw consequence 4 • Risk- 4x4=16 • INSTALL GUARD • Likelihood now 1 • Consequence still 4 • Risk- 4x1=4 CONTROLLING RISK

  15. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • Risk= Likelihood x Consequence • B) reduce the CONSEQUENCE of a hazardous event • Paint Sprayer likelihood 3 • Paint Sprayer consequence 4 • Risk- 3x4=12 • LESS HARZARDOUS PAINT • Likelihood still 3 • Consequence now 2 • Risk- 3x2=6 CONTROLLING RISK

  16. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • Risk= Likelihood x Consequence • C) reduce both LIKELIHOOD and CONSEQUENCE of a hazardous event • Paint Sprayer likelihood 3 • Paint Sprayer consequence 4 • Risk- 3x4=12 • LESS HARZARDOUS PAINT • Likelihood still 3 • Consequence now 2 • Risk- 3x2=6 • ENCLOSE PAINT PROCESS AND USE ROBOT • Likelihood now 2 • Consequence now 2 • Risk= 2x2=4 CONTROLLING RISK

  17. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK ELIMINATE the hazard REDUCE the hazard PREVENT CONTACT with the hazard SAFE SYSTEMS OF WORK (SSOW) PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE) MORE EFFECTIVE HIERARCHY OF RISK CONTROL LESS EFFECTIVE

  18. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK ELIMINATE- Remove the ball REDUCE- Change the ball PREVENT CONTACT- Nets SAFE SYSTEMS OF WORK (SSOW)- Training PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)- Pads, helmet etc. MORE EFFECTIVE HIERARCHY OF RISK CONTROL LESS EFFECTIVE If 1 and 2 are not possible, look to implement a combination of 3, 4 and 5 to ensure safety is maximised

  19. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK CONTROLLING RISK

  20. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • Last minute/unforeseen issues • FROZEN PITCH AT SPORTS TRAINING • Eliminate- No • Reduce- No • Prevent Contact- No • SSOW- Insufficient time • PPE- May not be effective or available • DECISION: Postpone session “ON THE SPOT” RISK ASSESSMENTS

  21. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • Last minute/unforeseen issues • LEAK IN ROOF OF VENUE • Eliminate- No • Reduce- Wipe at regular intervals • Prevent Contact- Cordon off area • SSOW- Insufficient time • PPE- Not effective • DECISION: If affected area isn’t too large, continue session whilst reducing and preventing contact. If situation worsens cancel session “ON THE SPOT” RISK ASSESSMENTS

  22. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • S.U. risk assess venues • Clubs and societies risk assess their activities • Blank risk assessment • Submit by end of October • £50 and suspension of activity for failing to do so ASSESSING RISK- THINGS TO DO

  23. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • First aid kit for sports teams • Using items from the first aid kit • Report incident • Not for existing injuries • Societies- know of a kit location • First aider at Students’ Union • Park -01604 892717 • Avenue- 01604 893129 FIRST AID

  24. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • Predicting Violence • History of violence • Emotions • Physical Factors • Things to look out for • Pacing/Fidgeting • Clenching fists/jaws • “Wild” look in eyes • Out of touch with reality • Speaking loudly or verbally abusive DEALING WITH VIOLENCE If you see these behaviours, take immediate steps to reduce the tension before it escalates

  25. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • No “right” answer • Remain Calm • DO NOT say “calm down” • Talk about the problem • Avoid being defensive • Non-confrontational body language • Offer choices • Change the subject • Avoid humour • Be patient REDUCING TENSION

  26. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • Protect yourself • If you fall, block attack with feet and legs • Break hold- Turn towards thumb • Choked- Raise arms and turn • Bitten- Push into bite • Hair pulled- press down on hands • Weapon- Never reach for weapon, encourage person to talk IF AGGRESSION OCCURS Please ensure that any incidents are reports to the Students’ Union ASAP

  27. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • Park Campus • Assemble on Cottesbrooke car park • Avenue Campus • Assemble on main student car park FIRE SAFETY

  28. HEALTH, SAFETY AND RISK • ANY QUESTIONS? • YOU SHOULD NOW KNOW : • What a Duty of care is • How to assess risk • How to controll risk • How to perform “On the spot” risk assessments • First Aid • Manual handling • How to deal with violence • Fire safety