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Unit 3 - Assessing risk in Sport

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Assignment 2 - Planning a safe sporting activity
Assignment 1: Factors influencing health and safety in Sport
The health and safety of sports participants is paramount in today’s society.
This is important, not only in relation to the people who play sport, but also for those who work within the industry and the many loyal fans that follow and watch sport week in and week out.


Health and safety is a priority for anyone involved in the sports and leisure sector to ensure accidents and incidents are kept to a minimum.
Workers with this industry must recognise the need for ‘a duty of care’ towards the people within their environment.
Part Two: In your presentation you must describe (P4)/ explain (M3) / analyse (D2) three procedures to promote and maintain a healthy and safe football environment on match days. You must use examples from football as evidence of understanding to support your answer. (P1, P2, P4, M1, M3, D2)
Individual activity
Describe four regulatory bodies that influence health and safety in the following sports.

a. Football
b. Rugby
c. Boxing
d. Tennis


Individual activity.
Research and explain the following six legal factors and describe how they effect the sporting environment.

a. Duty of Care
b. Higher Duty of Care
c. Statutory Law
d. Civil Law
e. Case Law
f. Negligence
g. In loco parentis
Unit 3 - Assessing risk in Sport
Assignment 1: Factors influencing health and safety in Sport
Unit 3 - Assessing risk in Sport
In order for you to have a clearer understanding of working within the sports sector and to prepare you for a career outside of being a professional footballer, your coach has requested you to develop your understanding of health and safety.

He has asked you to deliver a 15 to 20 minute PowerPoint presentation to the stadium manager to demonstrate your knowledge of health and safety within a football stadium environment.
Scenario
Assessment Guidance:
Learner Task: You must deliver a 15 to 20 minute PowerPoint presentation. The presentation should be broken into two parts as described below. You should attempt to make your presentation detailed with a link to the above email/scenario.
You should also be prepared to answer questions on your presentation.

Part One: You must ensure in your presentation that you describe (P1) four legislative factors that influence the health and safety on a match day and describe (P2) the legal factors and regulatory bodies that influence health and safety in football.

To achieve M1 you should compare and contrast (M1) the influences of legislation, legal factors and regulatory bodies and health and safety in football. For you to successfully achieve this criterion you must provide within your presentation a discussion of the differences and similarities of the influences of legislation, legal factors and regulatory bodies upon the health and safety in football, using examples from football to support your answer should you feel necessary.

Part Two: In your presentation you must describe (P4)/ explain (M3) / analyse (D2) three procedures to promote and maintain a healthy and safe football environment on match days. You must use examples from football as evidence of understanding to support your answer.
(P1, P2, P4, M1, M3, D2)

Assessment guidance
Individual activity: Describe four legislative factors that influence health and safety in sport.

Research the four pieces of legislation below to assist you with this and relate to how these legislations are relevant to a Football stadium on a matchday.

a. Health and Safety at Work Act (1974)
b. Personal protective equipment (PPE 2002)
c. Control of substances hazardus to health (COSHH 2002)
d. Health and Safety First Aid (1981)
Factors Affecting Health & Safety in Sport
a. Health & Safety at work act 1974
What is the health and safety at work act (1974)?

Often referred to as HASAW or HSW, this Act of Parliament is the main piece of UK health and safety legislation.
It places a duty on all employers "to ensure, so far as is reasonably practicable, the health, safety and welfare at work" of all their employees.

This act is made up of 4 parts.

b. Personal protective equipment (PPE 2002)
http://www.hse.gov.uk/toolbox/ppe.htm
Employers have duties concerning the provision and use of personal protective equipment (PPE) at work.

PPE is equipment that will protect the user against health or safety risks at work. It can include items such as safety helmets, gloves, eye protection, high-visibility clothing, safety footwear and safety harnesses. It also includes respiratory protective equipment (RPE).
c. Control of substances hazardus to health (COSHH 2002)


COSHH stands for Control of Substances Hazardous to Health.

This legislation ensures employers control different substances that are hazardous to our health.
So this could be any substance that is flamable, poisonus or detrimental to peoples health in any way.


D. Health and safety first aid (1981)
This legislation covers:
1. managing the provision of first aid e.g. first-aid kits, equipment, rooms etc.
2. requirements and training for first aiders.
3. requirements for appointed people.
4. First air arrangement awareness information for employees.


Part I: This part was mainly made for the general duties such as the HSC and HSE which takes care of the major incidents. This part also general duties such as having the power to create codes of practices, penalties and enforcements.

Part II: This part is about the employment medical advisory service. Thanks to this duty employees and trainees are given relevant information and advice on health and safety at work.

Part III: The third part talks about the actual building regulations which are aspects such as a safe design, fire safety, sounds insulation, easy access etc.

Part IV: This part covers other general duties that employers at the work place have for example doing safety checks around the venue to check if all fire extinguishers are in place just in case of a fire, if all the fire exits are usable, if there is no litter that could make someone fall over, if the floor is dried after cleaning so that no one can slip, if first aid kits are accessible around the venue just in case of any incidents and many more duties that will prevent any dangers at the work place.
Legal factors and how they effect the sporting environment.
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See example below
Procedures that promote and maintain a healthy and safe football environment on match days
1. Describe four legislative factors that influence health and safety in sport.

2. Describe four regulatory bodies that influence health and safety in the following sports.
Aims & Objectives
Risk assessment in Sport
Scenario

You have been asked to assist in a sports activity community day at the stadium.
You will conduct the stadium tours for the public and help with the organisation of the 5-a-side tournament which follows.

The stadium manager has asked you to produce a plan for the day’s activities, which must take into account the health and safety of the participants in the 5-a-side tournament. A risk assessment for both the tours and the tournament is expected.

Carry out and produce written evidence of two risk assessments with tutor support (P3)/independently (M2).

One of the risk assessments is for the 5-a-side tournament and the other risk assessment is for a different sporting activity of your choice.
E.g. the Fitness room at the academy or the local leisure centre.

Your tutor will provide you with a list of the appropriate headings you may wish to include within your risk assessment and provide support during your progress with this task.

To achieve D1, you must review the risk assessment controls and evaluate their effectiveness following the completion of the activity. You should comment upon the effectiveness of your control measures and how they would reduce the level of the risk.

Task one
Assessing risk in Sport
Risk assessment for a 5 a side Football tournament
Individual task: create a risk assessment for your proposed 5 a side football tournament at Loftus road.
Include: Hazard. Control measures. Risk factor (High, low medium) Further control measures.

Come up with as many as you can.
Risk assessment 2
Individual activity: Now carry out a risk assessment of an area around the center of your choice.
Use the risk assessment provided.
Distinction
Individual activity:

write a review of the risk assessment controls and evaluate their effectiveness following the completion of the activity. You should comment upon the effectiveness of your control measures and how they would reduce the level of the risk.

1. Identify the risk factors
2. Who can be hard and how
3. Evaluate the risks
4. Record your findings
5. Monitor and review
Assignment 2 - Part 1

For this assignment you are required to plan and explain the safe delivery of a 5 a side tournament at Loftus road (This includes a stadium tour beforehand)

In your plan you need to include:
1. Roles and responsibilities of staff, e.g. Coaches, referees, medics, stewards etc.
2. First aid and Fire safety provisions
3. Equipment required and guidelines for safe use.
4. Consent forms for participants
5. Tournament rules and regulations
6. insurance



Assignment 2 - Part 2
For this part of the assignment you must review the following:

1. Effectiveness of risk management
2. Injuries
3. Near misses and dangerous occurrences
4. Suitability of group for activity - age? ability?
5. Effectiveness of briefings - Are the staff aware of their job tasks?
6. Suitability of equipment
7. Support of other agencies (governing bodies, local authorities, police)
8. Strengths and areas for improvement.
Review – when you are asked to review you must reflect on your experience and examine the strengths of your (or someone else’s) performance and the areas of your (or someone else’s) performance which could be improved and developed.
Explain: When you are asked to explain you should describe the point and then give details and reason of why. For example, if you are describing sporting injuries to explain the injury you would provide an example from the world of sport of an athlete who has had the injury and explain the causes of this injury to the player, you may also explain the treatment to the player.
Review – when you are asked to review you must reflect on your experience and examine the strengths of your (or someone else’s) performance and the areas of your (or someone else’s) performance which could be improved and developed.
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