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# Unit 3 Assessing risk in sport

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## luke hughes

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Unit 3 Assessing risk in sport
By the end of today's lesson you will be able to:

Identify risks and hazards in specific sport activities
Understand the difference between a hazard and a risk
Carry out your own risk assessment

Decipher the cryptogram to reveal a definition from last weeks lesson
A hazard is anything that could cause harm to the participants.
What is a hazard
When thinking about hazards you can split them into 4 areas:

People – participants, staff, leaders, coaches
Equipment – used for the activity
Activity – sport or activity being played
Environment – area where the sport is being played.

Complete the resource to identify the different types of hazards
Why carry out risk assessments???
OVERALL AIM
Reduce the risk of harm from a hazard to an acceptable level

HOW???????
Eliminate risk
Minimise risk
Protect participants from harm

And how can we reduce it?
What could happen as a result of the hazard?

Who could be harmed?

What is the severity / likelihood?

Risk rating

Risk Rating
SEVERITY RATING
1 = VERY LOW RISK

2 = LOW RISK

3 = MEDIUM RISK

4 = HIGH RISK

5 = VERY HIGH RISK

PROBABILITY RATING
1 = VERY UNLIKELY

2 = UNLIKELY

3 = POSSIBLE

4 = LIKELY

5 = VERY LIKELY

Risk rating is the total score from multiplying the severity by the Probability

Risk Assessment Score 16+ High Risk 9–15 Moderate Risk 1–8 Low Risk
So . . What is a Risk?
The chance that someone will be
harmed by a hazard

For each image you see give it a severity and probability rating....
Next step

Evaluate risk and decide on action to be taken
WHO IS RESPONSIBLE?
“The leader of the session should ……

What is the control?
“….. ensure that all participants have removed jewelry before the start of the session”

How often should action be taken
“……the start of every lesson”

What is the hazard?
What is the risk?
Who is responsible?
What are the controls and when?
What is the hazard?
What is the risk?
What are the controls and when?
Score Actions
All risks must be eliminated or reduced as far as is reasonably practicable.
16 – 25 High Risk

09 – 15 Moderate Risk

01 – 08 Low Risk

Do not do the activity
Modify the activity
Protect participants from the hazard
Provide safety equipment
Provide training
Ensure appropriate supervision