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Assessing Risk in Sport

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Thank You!
Learning Objectives
To introduce the assignment and grading criteria.
To be able to name three different procedures used for good practice in a sporting environment.
To identify why the protocols are in place.
To recognise how staff development helps control and minimise risk in a work place.
The Assignment
10 minute presentation!
P4 - Describe
Health & Safety in Sport
Allows staff to:

Understand the importance so that all staff are safe in work

Minimise potential risks to their personal health and customers

Know the emergency procedures so that if an emergency does occur that staff know the correct procedure (e.g fire)

Understanding reporting and prevention strategies to minimise the chance of an emergency arising.
Operating Procedures
How do we achieve a pass?
BTEC Level 3


Assessing Risk in Sport
Alex Bromley
Stuart Prentice

Scenario: Your line manager has asked you to ensure that safe operating procedures and good practices for delivering sports activities are adhered to. Prepare a session plan for delivery of a sports activity. Conduct a review of the original plan.
P4: Describe three procedures used to promote and maintain a healthy and safe sporting environment

M3: Explain three procedures used to promote and maintain a healthy and safe sporting environment

D2: Analyse three procedures used to promote and maintain a healthy and safe sporting environment.

P5: Produce a plan for the safe delivery of a selected sports activity and review the plan.

M4: Explain the plan for the safe delivery of a selected sports activity and review the plan.
Definition
Describe: To give a detailed account of the overall information.
Example
Staff training involves keeping staff up to date with new health and safety procedures. It develops staff members knowledge and skills to make them more effective at their job. It involves the following procedures to ensure healthy and safety is met at all times:

Risk assessments
First aid training
Emergency procedures
Always link back to assignment criteria!
P4: Describe three procedures used to promote and maintain a healthy and safe sporting environment.
MY
Also known as standard/normal operating procedures (S/NOPs).

Processes that a company has in place to ensure health and safety is delivered consistently every time.

Lay down instructions to maintain a safe working environment.

Can also cover healthcare and education.
Safety Programme
Must contain:

Methods of raising awareness of health and safety.

Communicate vital information to staff and customers.

Allow time for programme to be effective.
It is good practice for instructors to be aware as it is their responsibility to ensure health and safety is met!
Staff Training
By next week......
To have decided which three operating procedures you are going to talk about.

To have made a start on P4 & M3!
Allows employers to keep up to date with latest procedures

New staff will have an induction to be made aware of the company's procedures.

Courses develop staff members knowledge and skills (e.g sports coaches - first aid, teachers - risk assessments).

Well trained staff are more effective at their job.

Links with legislation HASAWA (1974).
Staff Development
Policies and procedures continuously updating, so staff need to do same.

Ensures all staff are able to perform to the best of their ability.

Training helps motivate staff to become better and improves staff retention.

Health and safety needs to be updated every 3 years.
Risk Assessments
'Risk assessment is the technique by which you calculate the chances of an accident happening, anticipate what the consequences would be and plan the actions to prevent it’
(British Safety Council web site, 2002)
These allow the session leader to put control measures in to place to minimise or completely reduce the chance of the potential hazard.
Emergency Procedure Protocols
Every establishment has protocols in place that relate to different emergencies that could occur.

Help provide safe and efficient help/guidance to everyone in the event of an emergency.

It is good practice to ensure these emergencies are highlighted in a risk assessment to minimise the risk.

Every staff member needs to be clear about the emergency procedures.

How many potential emergencies that would require emergency procedure protocols can you name in your group?




Fire evacuation
Bomb alerts
Injuries
First aid protocols
Explosion
Flood
Poisoning
Chemical spills

Reasons for Emergency Procedure Protocols
First Aid
First aid occurs after an accident or injury has taken place.

First aid is the initial primary care for a injured individual.

Staff members need to be trained to administer first aid, this needs updating every 3 years.

HASAWA (1974) is in charge of first aid in the work place.
Communication Cascade System
Learning Objectives

To introduce the assignment and grading criteria.



To be able to name three different procedures used for good practice in a sporting environment.


To identify why the protocols are in place.

To recognise how staff development helps control and minimise risk in a work place.
Have you achieved these?
M2 - Explain
Explain
Make (an idea or situation) clear to someone by describing it in more detail or revealing relevant facts!
Again... Always relate back to the assignment criteria!
M3 - Explain three procedures used to promote and maintain a healthy and safe sporting environment.
Example
Staff training involves keeping staff up to date with new health and safety procedures. It develops staff members knowledge and skills to make them more effective at their job. It involves the following procedures to ensure healthy and safety is met at all times:

Risk assessments
A risk assesment is there to identify hazards, the risks of these potential hazards and the level of risk associated with those hazards. As a result of this it allows the coach or teacher to put control measures in place to reduce or completley eliminate the risk. Overall it is used to show that the leader has an awareness of potential risks and has put measures in place to keep participants safe.
AIM
To have an awareness of what is needed to achieve P4 and M3 for your assignment!
Blended Learning
Identify the three procedures you want to discuss and start writing up your assignment!
Match The Picture To Procedure!
Code of Conduct
1. What considerations does the code of conduct give to health, safety and well-being of those involved?

2. List any changes to incorporate other areas of health, safety and well-being?
Due date:
15th December 2014
This is the process of transferring information between colleagues (managers to general staff).
Improves relationship between staff and management by making staff feel part of a team.
It means employers have no excuse for information missed especially regarding health and safety.
If an issue did occur?
Make sure same issue didn't occur again.
Report to supervisor.
Fill in an incident report from or a RIDDOR form.
Make a note of time and location.
Identify potential witnesses.
Inform all the relevant people.
Keep hold of the document for 7 years.
A code of conduct is a set of rules outlining the responsibilities of, or proper practices for, a organisation.
A code of conduct is intended to be a central guide and reference for users in support of day-to-day decision making.
Ultimatley it will minimise inappropriate behaviour, improve performance and promote goodwill.
How can First Aid help?
Can preserve a person's life
Prevent the condition worsening
Promote recovery
Provide information to more qualified people who are both on or off the scene.
How can first aid help?
Presentations on Monday 15th December or Thursday 18th December!
In groups research the different procedures and create a powerpoint to deliver to the group!
Staff Training
Risk Assessments
Emergency Procedure Protocols
First Aid
Communication Cascade System
Quiz!
If an issue did occur what would happen?
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