1.2 lists people who may have predominant responsibility for the Health & Safety in your setting. List the nominated fire officers if different from the health & safety representative. Are regular risk assessments carried out? 1.3 A risk assessment is identifying a hazard which may cause harm and doing everything possible to stop that hazard hurting anyone, This is managed in the work setting by caring out a risk assessment. The risk assessment will include a list of any hazards, assessing the likelihood of the hazards posing a risk, estimating the severity of the consequences.
2.1 By having a safe but challenging environment is very important for children and young people; this is because it allows them to expand in their knowledge and for them to experience new and exciting new things. Allowing the child to enter the challenging environment gives them ability to learn 2.2 A hazard is everything that can cause harm such as chemicals and electricity Whereas risk is the rating that demonstrates chances that someone will be hurt by the hazard 2.3there are different types of potential hazards that you need to be aware of in the work setting for example physical hazard Food safety, personal safety .fire All locks must be catches and so that stop children leaving the building
3.1 Non –medical incident fir, gas, leaks, chemical, spills, missing children
3.2 A. Fires sound the Alma, Evacuation the building
Head count the children do not leave the children unattended
B security incidents there should never be any unauthorised person in a childcare setting .in my work setting we have an alert system if door are opened .any who does not work in setting and they should sign visitor book. Reporting the non-know persons and securing the area keeping the children safe
C Emergency incidents summoning help Giving clear instructions, evacuation procedures, reporting action take in regard to missing children Making use all the other children are safe and...
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