FOLLOW THE PROCEDURES OF THE SETTING
FOR REPORTING AND RECORDING ACCIDENTS AND EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
All accidents must be recorded in a Record of First Aid Treatment book. A copy of this is kept by each first aid box. All details need to be filled in, including any treatment given. A letter is sent to parents about what to look for in head injuries, if needed.
FIRST AID BOXES
PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPPLIES
An appointed member of staff is responsible for checking the first aid boxes on a regular basis and for placing orders to replenish stock. All staff are responsible for notifying the appointed person if the supplies in any of the first aid boxes are running low.
Accidents fall into four categories:
to employees resulting in more than 3 days consecutive absence Other accidents
Accidents in the first two categories should be reported immediately to the: Health and Safety Executive. The accident should be reported by telephone immediately and then confirmed in writing on an Accident Form. If the accident is more than a minor one for child or adult, please report it immediately to the Headteacher who will send for an ambulance if needed and contact parents.
These are the accidents that more commonly occur in school.
Procedures to follow:
Always fill in the accident book for minor injuries(including all bumps on the head, but not cuts and grazes). The accident book is kept in the classroom. If a child has a bump on the head you must send a letter home/or contact the parent/guardian. The letters are kept in the file in the classroom. Fill in the accident form copies of which are kept in the Office if the parent/guardian has to be sent for to take the child to the family doctor or to hospital for further treatment. The form needs to be signed by the classroom teacher or Headteacher. Copies will then be taken for Health and Safety Executive(and posted). One copy will be kept for the school file.
Fracture of the skull, spine pelvis.
Fracture of any bone in the arm other than a bone in the wrist or hand. Fracture of a bone in the leg other than a bone in the ankle or foot. Amputation of a hand or foot.
The loss of sight of an eye.
Any other injury which results in the person injured being admitted to hospital as a inpatient for more than 24 hours, unless that person is detained only for observation. It might be that the extent of the injury may not be apparent at the time of the accident or immediately afterwards, or the injured may not immediately be admitted to hospital. One the injuries are confirmed, or the person has spent more than 24 hours in hospital, then the accident must be reported as a major injury.
EVACUATION IN CASE OF FIRE
The person in charge of a class, on hearing the Fire Bell must tell the children to stop what they are doing, line up in a single file at the Exit door and then should lead the children to the pre-arrangement assembly point.
Attendance registers must be taken to the Assembly point.
Talking or laughing should be kept to a minimum
No running should be permitted.
Overtaking of classes or individuals is forbidden
With the exception of a search for missing persons by a competent person or known number of persons no one must be allowed to re-enter the school again until permission is given by the Fire Brigade or in the case of a Fire Drill, the most Senior person in charge.
On the first day of a new term all new entrants, staff and pupils should be given a conducted tour of the school in order to acquaint them with the Primary and Secondary escape routes. A fire drill will take place every term.
Assembly: A definite place must be clearly designated. This is the...
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