Risk Assessment form


VENUE: Testwood Sports Hall
NAME AND POSITION OF PERSON DOING CHECK: Colin French
DATE OF CHECK:

Playing/training area
Check that the area and surroundings are safe and free from obstacles. Is the area fit and appropriate
for activity? (e.g. check floor, roof leaks, lighting, heating, security and welfare arrangements).
Yes No

(If no, please outline the hazard, who may be at risk and action taken, if any.)

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Equipment
Check that it is fit and sound for activity and suitable for age group/ability. Is the equipment safe and
appropriate for activity? (e.g. check there is no equipment left from other activities or
obstructions left in the sporting area.

Yes No
(If no, please outline unsafe equipment, who may be at risk and action taken, if any.)

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Participants
Check that the attendance register is up-to-date with medical information and contact details. Check
that performers are appropriately attired for the activity.
Is/are the register(s) in order?

Yes No
(If no, please outline current state and action taken, if any.)

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Are performers appropriately attired and safe for activity?

Yes No
(If no, please outline unsafe equipment/attire and action taken, if any.)

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Emergency points
Check that emergency vehicles can access facilities, and that a working telephone is available with
access to emergency numbers.
Are emergency access points checked and operational?

Yes No
(If no, please outline the issues and action taken, if any.)

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Is a working telephone available?

Yes No
(If no, please outline the issues and action taken, if any.)

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Safety information
Check that evacuation procedures are published and posted somewhere for all to see. Ensure that
volunteers and staff have access to information relating to health and safety.
Are emergency procedures published and accessible to those with responsibility for sessions in the
club?
Yes No
(If no, please outline what information is missing and action taken, if any.)

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Does the club need to take any further action? (If yes, please specify.)

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N.B. A new risk assessment form should be completed at the start of each season, and then reviewed
quarterly to ensure you cover the club should an incident happen. If any incidents do occur a full risk
assessment should be done and appropriate changes made to the club’s code of practice.

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