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Location or Date Assessment Assessment undertaken

Address:32 Fitzwalter Road, WA1 4BT Undertaken:8/2/17 By:
Activity or Review Signature
Situation: Photoshoot Date:

(1) Hazard Risk (2) Who might be harmed and how? (3) What controls exist to reduce (4) What action can be taken
risk to further reduce risk?
Uneven surfaces. somebody tripping the person falling depending on how none blocking off the area with the
over. they fall and what they fall onto. uneven surfaces or making them
obvious so that people dont fall
over them.

Cars Somebody being in The person in the cars way and People are often made aware of we could corner the area off so
the way of a car possibly the driver. where the cars move. that cars cant move in and out of
and getting ran the area.
Grass Whoever slips could be harmed if There are paths to walk on beside we could use cones to block off
The grass being they fall and they could also harm the grass. the grassy area so that people
muddy, causing anyone they fall onto. dont walk on top of it.
people to slip.
Bushes The person walking into the bush None We could use something to hold
Somebody walking could be harmed if a leaf or twig the bushes back as we walk past
into a bush on goes into their eye. such as rope.

1. List hazards something with the potential to cause harm here:

Seek to quantify the level of risk the likelihood of harm arising based on the number of persons affected, how often they are exposed to the hazard and the
severity of any consequence.
2. List groups of people who are especially at risk from the significant hazards which you have identified
3. List existing controls here or note where the information may be found
4. List the risks which are not adequately controlled and the action you will take. Have regard for the level of risk, the cost of any action and the benefit you
expect to gain.

(1) Hazard Risk (2) Who might be harmed and how? (3) What controls exist to reduce (5) What action can be taken
risk to further reduce risk?
1x3=Fairly low risk level.
4x1=Fairly low risk level.
1x2=Low or Trivial risk
1x1=Low or Trivial risk



5 Dying or being permanently disabled 5 Will almost certainly happen 16-25 Stop! Do not start activity again until risk is
4 Serious injury/long term illness 4 Highly likely to happen 10-15 High risk level, High priority. Take action
straight away to control the risk
3 Temporary disability/3 days off sick 3 Not so likely 6-9 Medium risk level. Tighten up controls and
make a plan to do something about risk
2 Will need medical attention 2 Even less likely 3-5 Fairly low risk level. Low priority but keep
possible action in mind
1 Minor injury eg. Bruise, graze 1 Unlikely to happen at all 1-2 Low or trivial risk. No further action

SO: a x b = c

Action Required Responsible Person Date for Completion