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Risk assessment Company:

Dog Grooming @ Anrich Ltd

Task/ Operation:

Location:

Wigan Grooming salon

Ref No:

Who Might Be Harmed?

Significant Hazard

New salon hazards

How Is The Risk Controlled?

Risk Factor (P x S)

1

Plugs handing from ceiling

All staff and students

These are higher than 6ft but be aware that they are there. Do not stretch a cable across to plug in as this could strangle someone.

5

2

Shower switch

All staff and students

There is a cord hanging from the roof 120cm away from the bath (Due to building regulations). The cord is short enough not to be tangled around someone's neck but be sure that you are aware of it.

3

3

Equipment

All staff and students

The equipment will be in different place around the salon, so ensure that you are familiar with these locations.

2

4

Electrical safety

All staff and students

There are surge switches on each plug station now to ensure full electrical safety to all persons working in the salon. If these trip then please report to your manager.

5

5 Additional hazard: Overall Risk Factor : 1

3

Probability 5

Almost impossible

7

Likely

9 Certain

Severity 1 No injury Version 1

3 Minor injury

5

Key to Risk Factor 1 to 9 10 to 28

7 Major injury

9

30 +

=

LOW Risk

– reduce if practicable

=

MEDIUM Risk

– begin to plan your action

=

HIGH Risk

– immediate action required

Fatality Issue 1


Hazard No.

List What Further Action Is Necessary To Control The Risk

Person Responsible

Completion Date

1

All dogs must be assessed for aggression on arrival.

All staff

Ongoing

2

Muzzles must be fitted if we don’t know the dogs temperament.

All Staff

Ongoing

3

All aggressive dogs must be sedated by the vets.

All staff

Ongoing

4

5 Identified Additional Hazards

Assessment compiled by:

James Weston

Signature: Position:

Version 1

Manager

Date of assessment:

17/07/12

Date to review further actions:

31/07/12

Assessment review date:

Issue 1


Risk assessment Company:

Dog Grooming @ Anrich Ltd

Task/ Operation:

Location:

Wigan Grooming salon

Ref No:

Who Might Be Harmed?

Significant Hazard

All manual handling

How Is The Risk Controlled?

1

Handling of animals

All staff and students

Ensure that the lifting equipment is used to lift heavy animals.

2

Good house keeping

All staff and students

Please ensure that everything is clear and tidy all of the time.

3

Operating of computers and phones.

Elaine

Please ensure that all seating and computers are in good condition and are comfortable. If you are having any difficulty then please contact your manager.

4

Slips and trip

All staff and students

Again good house keeping must be done.

5

Manual Handling

All staff and students

Ensure that you read the manual handling policy in the handbook.

Additional hazard:

All staff and students

Risk Factor (P x S) 5 9 6 8 5

If you have any worries about anything then do not hesitate to contact your manager.

Overall Risk Factor : 1

3

Probability 5

Almost impossible

7

Likely

9 Certain

Severity 1 No injury

Version 1

3 Minor injury

5

Key to Risk Factor 1 to 9 10 to 28

7 Major injury

9

30 +

=

LOW Risk

– reduce if practicable

=

MEDIUM Risk

– begin to plan your action

=

HIGH Risk

– immediate action required

Fatality

Issue 1


Hazard No.

List What Further Action Is Necessary To Control The Risk To put the strip of none slip tape in front of the kennels.

Person Responsible James Weston

1

Completion Date 30th November 2012

2

3

4

5 Identified Additional Hazards

Assessment compiled by:

James Weston

Signature: Position:

Version 1

Director

Date of assessment:

01/11/12

Date to review further actions:

01/11/13

Assessment review date:

Issue 1


Risk assessment Company:

Dog Grooming @ Anrich Ltd

Task/ Operation:

Location:

Wigan Grooming Salon

Ref No:

Who Might Be Harmed?

Significant Hazard

Lifting Dogs

How Is The Risk Controlled?

Risk Factor (P x S)

1

Lifting dogs onto the tables.

All staff and students

Using electronic tables and lifting protocols.

2

Trapping a bodypart in the table as it moves.

All staff and students

Unsure that all persons using the equipment have had a health and safety induction.

3

Lifting dogs into the bath.

All staff and students

There has been some none slip strips put on the floor to ensure that nobody slips. and all dogs over 10kg must be lifted by an hydraulic table.

6

4

Lifting dogs into the kennels

All staff and students

None slip strips are to be added here and all dogs over 10kg must be lifted by an hydraulic table.

6

8 9

5 Additional hazard: Overall Risk Factor : 1

3

Probability 5

Almost impossible

7

Likely

9 Certain

Severity 1 No injury

Version 1

3 Minor injury

5

Key to Risk Factor 1 to 9 10 to 28

7 Major injury

9

30 +

=

LOW Risk

– reduce if practicable

=

MEDIUM Risk

– begin to plan your action

=

HIGH Risk

– immediate action required

Fatality

Issue 1


Hazard No.

List What Further Action Is Necessary To Control The Risk

Person Responsible

Completion Date

1

Good house keeping must be done.

All staff

Ongoing

2

Staff comply with this risk assessment

All Staff

Ongoing

3

Report any hazards to management.

All staff

Ongoing

4

5 Identified Additional Hazards

Assessment compiled by:

James Weston

Signature: Position:

Version 1

Director

Date of assessment:

01/11/12

Date to review further actions:

01/11/12

Assessment review date:

Issue 1


Risk assessment Company:

Dog Grooming @ Anrich Ltd

Task/ Operation:

Location:

Wigan Grooming salon

Ref No:

Who Might Be Harmed?

Significant Hazard

Muzzling Animals

How Is The Risk Controlled?

1

Placing muzzle on animal

All staff and students

Apply from back and always seek assistance

2

Ensuring muzzle is on

All staff and students

Ensure that the muzzle is very tight and the animal can not get out of it.

3

When to double muzzle

All staff and students

You can use a mikki muzzle and a cage muzzle as well if the animal is aggressive.

4

Taking muzzle off

All staff and students

Please make sure you have room to manoeuvre when taking the muzzle off. If needed wait until the owner is around and let them do it.

Risk Factor (P x S) 5 10 10 5

5 Additional hazard:

If a dog is very aggressive then it must be sedated by the vets.

All staff and students

5

Overall Risk Factor : 1

3

Probability 5

Almost impossible

7

Likely

9 Certain

Severity 1 No injury

Version 1

3 Minor injury

5

Key to Risk Factor 1 to 9 10 to 28

7 Major injury

9

30 +

=

LOW Risk

– reduce if practicable

=

MEDIUM Risk

– begin to plan your action

=

HIGH Risk

– immediate action required

Fatality

Issue 1


Hazard No.

List What Further Action Is Necessary To Control The Risk

Person Responsible

Completion Date

Please report all new hazards to your manager. 1

All staff

Ongoing

All Staff

Ongoing

All staff

Ongoing

All equiptment must be visally checked before each use. 2 Ensure that you are aware of all devices in the salon before starting. 3

4

5 Identified Additional Hazards

Assessment compiled by:

James Weston

Signature: Position:

Version 1

Manager

Date of assessment:

01/10/12

Date to review further actions:

01/10/13

Assessment review date:

Issue 1


Tel:

0871 223 2040, Fax: 0871 223 2070, e-mail anrichvets@yahoo.co.uk.co.uk

New and expectant mothers risk assessment This risk assessment should be completed by a line manager upon receipt of written notification from an student that she is pregnant, has given birth within the last 6 months, or is breastfeeding. The assessment should also be completed for an student attending the course within 6 months of delivery of her baby or where she is continuing to breastfeed. The aim of the assessment is to identify any hazards that may result in harm to either the new/expectant mother and/or her unborn baby and to document the controls necessary to avoid or safely limit exposure to those hazards. It is recommended that the assessment be completed in conjunction with the named new/expectant mother.

Employees name: Job Title: Dog Grooming Student

Department: Wigan Grooming Student Date of assessment: 21/1/13

Hazard identification Consider if there are any physical elements to the course that may cause discomfort Could the employees work pattern: Cause occupational stress? Cause mental or physical fatigue? Involve shift work or working alone or at night? Result in work related violence? Involving travelling? Does the work process involve: Work with computers? Work at height? Standing or sitting for long periods? Adopting awkward positions? Extreme heat or cold? Lifting and carrying large or heavy loads? Excessive movement, vibration, jolts, etc? Excessive noise? Exposure to ionising radiation? Working with X-ray equipment? Working with unsealed radionuclide sources? Working with sealed radionuclide sources? Other?

Yes

No

Dog Grooming @ Anrich, 19 Caroline Street, Wigan, Lancashire. WN3 4EL


Tel:

0871 223 2040, Fax: 0871 223 2070, e-mail anrichvets@yahoo.co.uk.co.uk

Consider if the work exposes the new/expectant mother and/or her unborn baby to any of the following chemical hazards? Carbon monoxide? Lead or lead derivatives? Anaesthetic gases? Antimitotic (Cytoxic) drugs? Hormones? Bioactive peptides? Other? Does the work involve exposure to hazardous substances?

Yes

No

(refer to any relevant safety data sheets or COSHH risk assessments):

Does the work involve exposure to any of the following biological agents (infections)? Toxoplasmosis? Tuberculosis? Rubella? Chicken Pox? Hepatitis B? Herpes? Sexually transmitted disease? Other? Control Measures: Under no circumstances must you go into the prep area in the vets.

Dog Grooming @ Anrich, 19 Caroline Street, Wigan, Lancashire. WN3 4EL


Tel:

0871 223 2040, Fax: 0871 223 2070, e-mail anrichvets@yahoo.co.uk.co.uk

Discussion Record:

Student’s signature: Assessor’s signature:

Date review required:

The risk assessment will be reviewed informally throughout the pregnancy and revised formally at the request of either party. Discussion record following review:

Date of Review:

Name of Reviewer:

Student’s signature:

Assessor’s signature:

Dog Grooming @ Anrich, 19 Caroline Street, Wigan, Lancashire. WN3 4EL


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