Sports Clubs Risk Assessment Guidelines September 24 th 2009 Dr. Peter Coulahan University Safety Officer Introduction
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September 24th 2009
Dr. Peter Coulahan
University Safety Officer
Step 1. Identify any hazards
A hazard is anything that has the potential to cause harm. Sports clubs should consider factors such as:
Step 1. Identify any hazards contd.
Step 2. Identify what control measures already in place
Some possible risk control measure that may already be in place include:
Step 3. Identify if the hazard is likely to cause harm
Step 4. Identify if additional risk reduction measures are practical / necessary
What more can reasonably be done do to reduce the likelihood of an accident happening? For example can you:
Step 5. Record the findings in writing
Mainstream Sports Contd.
High Risk Sports
High Risk Sports Contd.
From Caving Club:
From: Sailing Club:
From Canoe Club: