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Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport Assignment 3.3: Match day pro

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Unit 3 Assessing Risk in Sport Assignment 3.3: Match day procedures / Promotion of Safety within the industry
By Nick Lerner
1.1 Describe three procedures used to promote and maintain a healthy and safe sporting environment.

Staff Training- At the start and during the a season, staff receive training packages. these can cover anything from fire safety, COSHH( Control of Substances Hazardous to Health), ejections, evacuations, major incidents such as bombs, first aid and a ground familiarization. this is important in the sense that they will be able to offer an excellent standard of customer service, and to safely and confidently do their job.

Risk Assessments- these come in two forms, which are written down or carried out in the employees head. their purpose is to make sure that all hazards are reduced to prevent harm to players, staff, officials and the public. if an incident occurs, then you are legally required to provide a copy of your risk assessment, so you have a back up, should you be taken to court.

EAP- the Emergency Action Plan is a way organizing staff in work place emergencies. eg. bombs, fires, excessive structural damage, excessive weather, or pitch invasions. this plan denotes what the staff should do in an emergency to keep the public, players and officials not only calm, but away from danger.
2.1 Explain three procedures used to promote and maintain a healthy and safe sporting environment.
Staff training- training your staff well means more competent staff to do the job well and offer excellent services, which means the customers will come back. Staff training is vital where sports grounds are concerned due to the amount of people we are looking after. if Gordon, the staff trainer, conducts a bad training session for the stewards, and pulls us up on not doing our job right, we can simply quote back at him "Gordon, You didn't teach us right", and this will all lead up to when there is an emergency, we will not know what to do, thus putting lives in danger.

Risk Assessment- These are documents , that cover you legally to prove you had taken all precautions necessary and eliminated as much risk as you could, if an injured party decides to take you to court. This includes high visibility tape on stairs, corners of walls etc, warning signs eg. overhead cables, uneven ground, high voltage, gas canisters, CCTV in operation and staff only beyond this point. If warning signs are not displayed, and an incident happens, you can get sued for negligence.

EAP- This is a plan that helps organize staff, so that they are clear on what role they play in an emergency. Whether that be an evacuation, pitch invasion, first aid incident or extreme weather, the staff know exactly what they are doing, not just so we look professional, but for safety. failure in this area is not really an option, as it could result in serious injury or possibly even death.

Here is stadium security clip from Adams Park:


Here is an FA stadium security clip:
4.1 Produce a plan for the safe delivery of a selected sports activity and review the plan
48 hours before- pitch inspection
24hours before- pitch inspection
7am- safety officer and club officials arrive to open up
10am- car park stewards arrive
11:30- stewards start to sign in
12:30-steward sign in finishes
1pm-briefings in respective stand, given by stand supervisors
1:30- stadium opens
3pm- kick off
3:45- half time
4pm- second half starts
4:35-full gates is given by control
4:45- match ends
5pm- stands are checked and closed
5:15- debrief given by safety officer and stewards sign out
6pm- car parks closed
6:30- unless of a function, ground is locked and closed

Contents:
Slide 2- 1.1 Describe three procedures used to promote and maintain a healthy and safe sporting environment.
Slide 3- 2.1 Explain three procedures used to promote and maintain a healthy and safe sporting environment.
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