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RISK ASSESSMENT RECORDING FORM

Location or
Address: Great Sankey High School, Barrow
Hall Lane, Warrington, Cheshire, WA5 3AA
Activity or
Situation: Photoshoot
(1)

Hazard

Tripping/Falling
Rainwater On Camera
People

Risk

Date Assessment
Undertaken: 1st March 2016

Assessment undertaken
By: Christian Crampton

Review
Date: 15th March 2016

Signature

(2) Who might be harmed and


how?

4a+2b=8c
Crew, Actor/Model and
5a+3b=15c Photographer- Tripping over the
3a+3b=9c
steps on the way up or falling on
the way down could result in
bruises, burns, cuts or possibly
even a serious injury
Crew, Actor/Model and
Photographer- When taking
photographs do not do this in the
rain, if so, this could result in the
camera exploding, the camera
stopping working, electrocution etc
Crew, Actor/Model, Photographer
and Staff/Students- If not aware
that someone is coming through
the door this may result in minor or
serious injuries, bruises and cuts

(3) What controls exist to reduce


risk

(4) What action can be taken


to further reduce risk?

Tie your laces on your shoes, if


not this will likely result in tripping
or falling
If raining get to shelter and wait
for the rain to stop, after 10-15
minutes if its still raining cancel
the photoshoot and reschedule it
for another day when the weather
is better
Step away from the door to allow
Staff/Students to pass without
interference

Take your time going down and


up the stairs, however, dont be
too slow or too fast, as well as
this make sure your aware of
your surroundings
Take a umbrella if still continuing
with photoshoot if the rains light
One person from the Crew
should go into the school and
make sure nobody is about to
walk outside

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

Responsible Person

Date for Completion

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