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Risk Assessment

Risk Assessment

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Name Joshua Churchill Risk Assessment No.

1 2 3 4 5 6 Hazard Tripping on tripod Golf ball hitting someone’s head Falling into the lake at the golf course Hitting someone with a golf club Bad weather affecting the camera Exceptionally bad weather Existing Control Measure The tripod is very easily spotted with someone near it always. Most people warn when they hit a bad shot and I’m going to film on a separate hole to the rest of the course. The lake is clearly seen everywhere and there are warnings and life preservers at the rim People stand way back from the person which is hitting any shots If the weather turns for the worst and cause the equipment to get damaged then I would have to pay for it. If the weather was exceptionally bad then it can soak the ground through and then cause the equipment to sink. Risk Rating Low Low Low Low Low/ Medium Low/ Medium

Risk rating: High: Current controls totally inadequate with serious consequences, death(s), serious injury, long term illness, health. Or there is a very high probability of the hazard occurring. Medium: Current controls still poor but consequences less serious: Minor injury, short term ill health with no lasting effects. Low: Current controls are adequate to minimise the risk so far as reasonably practicable.

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