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  1. SCOUT SAFE An Introduction toRisk Management

  2. Objectives • To have a basic understanding of Risk Management and be able to determine the Likelihood, Consequence, Frequency and Risk Level of an activity. • Be able to identify the initial Level of risk, and be able to modify the activity to reduce the risk. • Be aware of the need to Monitor & Review Activities for Risk upon change in activity conditions This will be demonstrated via an assessment

  3. Why Manage Risk ?

  4. To identify & prevent events that could cause harm to people, property or assets.

  5. Who manages risk ?

  6. Every person involved in the particular activity / event in which you are undertaking a Risk Management Plan.

  7. BIG The Words…

  8. RISK HAZARD • a Source of Harm with a potential to cause injury or loss eg: Not wearing shoes- Cut Feet Gravel tracks - Falling and grazing knees Scissors - Cuts & lacerations • is the Chance of something happening that will have an impact on an activity

  9. RISK & HAZARD IDENTIFICATION • A process of determining WHAT can happen, WHY it can happenHOW it can happen

  10. ACTIVITY 1 – Part 1 Using the activity sheet List at least 5 hazards you can see in the following picture. Write these in the ‘Hazard’ column

  11. ASSESSING RISK • The process of determining the level of risk through an understanding of the consequences and likelihood relating to each hazard.

  12. ACTIVITY - Part 2 From the following chart……… Determine the consequence and likelihood for each hazard you have on your list. Write the consequence in column A Write the likelihood in column B

  13. CONSEQUENCES (A) LIKELIHOOD (B) (A1) INSIGNIFICANT (A2) MINOR (First Aid) (A3) MODERATE (Treatment Req) (A4) MAJOR (Hospitalisation) (A5) CATASTROPHIC (Death) (B1) ALMOST CERTAIN (B2) LIKELY (B3) POSSIBLE (B4) UNLIKELY (B5) RARE RISK ASSESSMENT PROCESS • Consequence (outcome or impact) – write in Column A • Likelihood (probability) – Write in Column B

  14. ACTIVITY – Part 3 Using the following matrix, determine the Risk Rating of each hazard Write your answer in Column marked ‘Risk Rating’ NOTE: The RISK RATING for your activity equals the highest rating you have given to any Hazard

  15. CONSEQUENCES (A) LIKELIHOOD (B) (A1) INSIGNIFICANT (A2) MINOR (First Aid) (A3) MODERATE (Treatment Req) (A4) MAJOR (Hospitalisation) (A5) CATASTROPHIC (Death) (B1) ALMOST CERTAIN Significant (S) Significant (S) HIGH (H) HIGH (H) HIGH (H) (B2) LIKELY MODERATE (M) Significant (S) Significant (S) HIGH (H) HIGH (H) (B3) POSSIBLE LOW (L) MODERATE (M) Significant (S) HIGH (H) HIGH (H) (B4) UNLIKELY LOW (L) LOW (L) MODERATE (M) Significant (S) HIGH (H) (B5) RARE LOW (L) LOW (L) MODERATE (M) Significant (S) Significant (S)

  16. CONTROLS • The process of how we will manage the identified risk in an activity. HOW TO • Reduce the Likelihood(training, qualified people, conditions) • Reduce the Consequences(i.e. safety equipment, padding) • Modify the Frequency of exposure NOTE:Not all risks or hazards can be totally removed.

  17. ACTIVITY 1 – Part 4 List some ‘Controls’ you can put into place that could reduce the.. CONSEQUENCES or LIKELIHOOD or that can MODIFY THE EXPOSURE of the hazard Write these in the ‘Controls’ column

  18. ACTIVITY 1 – Part 5 Re-calculate the consequence and likelihood of each hazard with the controls in place Write new Consequence in ‘New A’ column Write new Likelihood in ‘New B’ column

  19. CONSEQUENCES (A) LIKELIHOOD (B) (A1) INSIGNIFICANT (A2) MINOR (First Aid) (A3) MODERATE (Treatment Req) (A4) MAJOR (Hospitalisation) (A5) CATASTROPHIC (Death) (B1) ALMOST CERTAIN (B2) LIKELY (B3) POSSIBLE (B4) UNLIKELY (B5) RARE RISK ASSESSMENT PROCESS • Consequences (outcome or impact) – write in Column A • Likelihood (probability) – Write in Column B

  20. ACTIVITY 1 – Part 6 Using the following matrix, determine the NEWRisk Rating of each hazard This will give you the ‘RESIDULE RISK RATING’ for each hazard. Write your response in ‘Residual Risk Rating’ column

  21. CONSEQUENCES (A) LIKELIHOOD (B) (A1) INSIGNIFICANT (A2) MINOR (First Aid) (A3) MODERATE (Treatment Req) (A4) MAJOR (Hospitalisation) (A5) CATASTROPHIC (Death) (B1) ALMOST CERTAIN Significant (S) Significant (S) HIGH (H) HIGH (H) HIGH (H) (B2) LIKELY MODERATE (M) Significant (S) Significant (S) HIGH (H) HIGH (H) (B3) POSSIBLE LOW (L) MODERATE (M) Significant (S) HIGH (H) HIGH (H) (B4) UNLIKELY LOW (L) LOW (L) MODERATE (M) Significant (S) HIGH (H) (B5) RARE LOW (L) LOW (L) MODERATE (M) Significant (S) Significant (S)

  22. RESIDUAL RISK RATING The RESIDUAL RISK RATING is the ‘Risk Rating’ that remains AFTER you have put the controls in place. NOTE:The activity must be rated at whatever the highest Residual Risk Rating is.

  23. MONITORING & REVIEW • Whenever ANY aspect of an activity changes, Risk Analysis and Assessment MUST be performed.

  24. RISK ASSESSMENT CYCLE • Hazard Identification • Assess the consequence & likelihood • Determine the level of Risk • Control the Risk (Reduce if possible) • Re-Assess • Monitoring & Review (Re-Rate if required)

  25. ACTIVITY 2Accident / Incident Reporting Watch this short video and complete the Accident Report Form

  26. Now complete the Accident Report Form

  27. BESCOUTSAFE.and enjoyyour Scouting