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- RISK ASSESSMENT MODULE

 Operating during Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic

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Operating during Covid-19 (Coronavirus) Pandemic

Location of Activity

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Heywood Sports Village

Assessors Name 

HEY_4404

QMS/Work Instructions

Date of Assessment

Damien Ellison

13-07-2020

Next Review Date 13-07-2021

Names of Employees Consulted

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Hazard Risk Rating

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Training/Quali cations Required to Complete this Activity

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Required to Complete this Activity

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MEDIUM

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Legislation, guidance and information used in support of this assessment

Other Risk Assessments Cross Referenced

 Workplace (Health, Safety & Welfare) Regulations, 1992

Potential Risk Rating

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VERY LOW Potential Harm/Consequence 1

Likelihood That Harm Will Occur

Insigni cant

1

Very Unlikely

2

Minor

2

Unlikely

3

Moderate

3

Possible

4

Major

4

Likely

5

Catastrophic

5

Very Likely

Risk Rating The risk rating indicates the level of response required to be taken when adding actions to the improvement plan (RRP). Ratings between 15 and 25 require an urgent review of existing control measures.

If the Risk Rating is 15 or more and no further control measures are practicable, add the risk to the H&S Risk Register.

Hazard

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Who May be Harmed

Category

Lack of information

Current Control Measure in Place

Risk Rating With Current Control Measures In Place

Sample of any Reviewed Control Measures

Very Low Risk 1 - 2

No action required

Low Risk 3 - 6

Monitor

Medium Risk 8- 12

Action required

High Risk 15 - 16

Urgent Action

Critical Risk 20 - 25

Work Must Stop and take immediate action

Additional Control Measures Required

Potential Risk Rating After Additional Control Measures Implemented

Keeping up-to-date with o cial guidance

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Sta

Add Description/Detail of how harm is caused

Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

NHS advice regularly checked and followed by the Senior Leadership Team - www.nhs.uk

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Goverment advice regularly checked and followed by the Senior Leadership Team www.gov.uk

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Attendance at COVID-19 Clinics,webinars and CPD Regular review of NGB Advaice and Guidance Following advice and guidance from industry bodies such as CIMSPA, UKActive, RLSS, PWTAG and Right Directions Reviewing best practice examples from within the industry, including GM Active Reviewiing other sectors were possible, such as Retail and Hospitality

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Category

Access points to premises

Preventing the spread of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) in the building

No restriction of entry and exit points to the premises which reduces the control of persons entering/exiting the building/area

Sta Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

Suitable locking/closing mechanisms available on non-emergency exit doors

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Restricted entry/exit on some external doors (not compromising emergency exits)  View Files

Areas not being used are blocked o with barriers or have been locked to restrict access

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Automatic Doors at Main Entrance and Exit COVID-19 Safety Signage in place Queue System in place at building entrance with conceirge in place

Social Distancing

Visitors in close contact with other visitors to the facility, incorrect social distancing

Sta

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Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

2

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Group exercise class capacity reduced by 50% Government guidance on social distancing followed Group Exercise classes reduced by a set percentage depending on tness class Gym Maximum Occupancy set at 45 Pool Bather Maximum Occupancy set at 30 Tables and Chairs removed to ensure customers do not congregate Online booking system to be used to ensure numbers to acitivites can be controlled Areas not in use are blocked o or locked COVID-19 Safety Signage in place throughout the building Walkie-Talkies in use for all activities to ensure that conceirge at front controls access to building Maxium Activity Session is limited to 90 minutes Adults Only (16 Years +) to access the facilities Contractor signing procedure in place to limit contractors on site Contractor works were possible, scheduled out of hours Sta educate users constantly about social distancing Floor markings used were possible, detailing social distancing

Toilet Tissue

Lack of toilet paper increasing risk of unhygienic hand sanitation

Sta Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

Su cient planning with consumables suppliers in place

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2

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1x1

1

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Hot water and hand soap available at all times Minimum stock level for re-ordering cleaning equipment increased

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Hand Sanitiser available throughout the building

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Cleaning Regimes in place for toilets to increase times they are cleaned Toilet Tissue checked regularly by sta and re- lled when required COVID-19 Safety Signage displayed −

Hand Washing Facilities

Lack of hand washing facilities leading to increased risk of spread of bacteria/virus

Sta

Customer Adult Customer Child

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Contractors

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Hand sanitation points provided Hand soap dispensers kept lled Paper towels provided Hot water system maintained to provide constant supply Non-touch dispensers in place Handwahsing facilities and toilets cleaned on a regular basis Cleaning regime in place Minimum stock level for re-ordering cleanin equipment increased Push Button taps in place so that users can use elbows to turn on taps and not use hands COVID-19 Safety Signage displayed Su cient planning with consumables supplier in place High touch point cleaning regime in place −

Door Mechanisms

Contact points on doors / revolving doors creating increased risk of bacteria /virus contamination

Sta

Sensor operated mechanisms in place

Contractors

Robust cleaning regime in place

Customer Adult

Hand sanitation provided on entry/exit

Customer Child

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2

Hand Sanitation provided at entry and exit point of activity areas

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1

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Elbow Door Handle Mechanisms installed on handles of doors that are required to be pulled to open Automatic Doors used at Building Entrance COVID-19 Safety Signage in place Su cient planning with cnsumables supplier in place High Touch Point Cleaning Regime in place

Visitor Access

No restriction on visitor access to public areas increasing potential spread of bacteria/virus contamination

Sta Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

Restricted areas kept locked to prevent unauthorised access

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Conceirage at building entrance controlls access to the building  View Files

Restricted areas that cannot be locked, are closed o with the use of barriers

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COVID-19 Safety Signage in place Turnstiles located at reception control access into the centre's activites

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Sta unwell

Handling sta /customers presenting symptoms whilst in the facility

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Sta continuing to work if feeling unwell

Sta Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

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Sta must self-isolate if they feel unwell and have u like symptoms Government guidance followed Sta must inform line manager via telephone if they feel unwell or showing any symptoms

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Sta must inform their line manager if they have to self isolate because of a family member having COVID-19 or showing symptoms

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Sta must inform manager if they have been asked to self-isolate due to guidance from the NHS track and trace

Customers unwell

Customers entering the premises with u-like symptoms

Sta Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

Customers should be tactfully refused entry and directed to self-isolate and call/email NHS 111

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Government guidance followed Clear statement on the website and at entrance for customers not to participate or attend if exhibiting any symptoms within the last 14 days

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Safe distance maintained at all times Conceirge will ask if customer has had anyCOVID-19 symptoms before allowing access into the centre

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High risk employees

High Risk Employees (as de ned by government, including those who are pregnant, have underlying health issues, employees over the age of 70 years)

Sta

Government guidance followed

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Social distancing encouraged

Those employees who are at higher risk if contracting Covid-19

HR procedures in place for those unable to work from home and required to isolate as per government guidelines

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Sta behaviour

Sta behaviour

Sta in workplace increasing risk of community transmission

Sta

 Sta practice social distancing as much as possible

3x2

6

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Training to be completed by sta on COVID19 to ensure correct behaviour is displayed  View Files

Professional behaviour shown at all times

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Workspace

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Poor workspace hygiene leading to increased risk of transferring bacteria/virus  View Files

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Sta Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

Information posters, advisory notices and sta training in good hygiene practice and techniques in line with government guidance

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Viricidal sprays available for wi[ping down work surfaces and equipment Hand sanitiser available Robust cleaning schedule in place which is monitored Training to be provided on cleaning Work Instructions for spec c cleaning Sta to use their own equipment during shift Equipment used by sta is to be sanitised and cleaned before and after use COVID-19 Safety Signage displayed throughout the building

Physical contact

Sta Contractors

Handshaking or other greeting increasing risk of transferring bacteria/virus

Customer Adult Customer Child

Travel

Sta

Travel for business purposes

Handshaking and general close personal greetings are discouraged

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3

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Hand washing protocols and hygiene facilities in place Hand Sanitisers are in place throughout the building

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COVID-19 Safety Signage displayed throughout the building

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Video conferencing used for meetings, contact with suppliers, and where necessary, customers

1x1

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Category

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First Aid

First Aid

Withdrawal of rst aid to a person in need could put their life at risk

Sta Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

 First aid trained personnel available during opening hours

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Preservation of life a priority Strict hygiene protocols in place to try to reduce transmission and adhered to

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First Aid refrsher training completed before returning to work

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NPLQ competancy tests completed for all NPLQ quali ed sta PPE provided and must be worn by sta treating any close up rst aid

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4x1

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CPR

Sta

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) training

Sta displaying u-like symptoms excluded from training

3x2

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1x1

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Only compressions practiced during ongoing training  View Files

Compressions and rescue breaths demonstrated during a quali cation course

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If rescue breaths carried out, then lungs/airways to be replaced and disposed of safely and face and mouth of manikin wiped with disinfectant wipes in between each use and disposed of safely Manikin face thoroughly washed with disinfectant at the end of training session NPLQ Competancy tests completed for NPLQ quali ed sta prior to the centre opening Sta observe social distancing during training PPE to be worn during training were applicable Hand Sanitisers available for sta throughout the training Manakin chest is thoroughly washed with disinfectant at the end of training session

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Cleaning Sta

Cleaning and Waste

Reduced levels of cleaning sta available increasing risk of being unable to provide adequate cleaning services

Sta Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

 Additional multiskilled sta rostered to carry out cleaning tasks

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6

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1x1

1

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Restriction of areas available to sta /public to reduce facilities to be cleaned Business continuity plan

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Cleaning completed by all levels of sta

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Centre fully cleaned prior to opening Cleaning regime in place during centre operation Deep cleaning of high use areas completed regularly

Waste Disposal

Inappropriate disposal of waste, in particular used tissues, increasing the risk of contamination

Sta

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Contractors Customer Adult Customer Child

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Work instructions in place on disposal of waste in line with government guidance in link below Personal protective equipment available, including gloves, aprons, face masks Waste placed in plastic rubbish bags and tied, then placed immediately in normal secured waste disposal receptacle Hand Towels use in toilet are placed in pedal bins to stop transmission of infections or diseases Sta to wash hands following disposal of waste Colour Coded Cleaning is in place to stop cross contamination Waste Bins are emptied frequently Were additional cleaning and waste is required following a suspected case of COVID-19, waste is double bagged and safely set asied for 72 hours, prior to placing in general waste

Cleaning Practice

Poor cleaning practice increasing risk of bacterial/viral contamination

Sta

Robust general cleaning schedule in place

Contractors

Cleaning tasks monitored by supervisor

Customer Adult

Additional cleaning programmed for high touch points - including light switches, furniture, handrails, IT equipment, desks, phones, push plates, taps, dispensers, lockers etc.

Customer Child

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Government guidelines followed: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/covid19-decontamination-in-non-healthcaresettings/covid-19-decontamination-in-nonhealthcare settings Work instructions in place for cleaning tasks Cleaning Training completed by all sta prior to centre opening Colour coded cleaning system in place Cleaning manual completed for all centres −

Substances and Equipment

Untrained sta using cleaning substances and equipment

Sta

COSHH assessment for all substances in place

Contractors

Work instruction for tasks in place

Customer Adult

Only sta trained in safe methods and use of substances carry out cleaning tasks, including mechanical cleaning equipment

Customer Child

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Handling

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Handling post or packages

Sta

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Handling post, packages or food

Work instructions in place

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Personal protective equipment provided for handling items if required

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Government guidelines followed: https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/guid to-employers-and-businesses-about-covid-19/guid for-employers-and-businesses-on-coronavirus-cov Hands are washed or sanitised after handling post or packages

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Business Continuity

Facility closure

Closure of building due to Covid19 infected person having been or suspected to have been in the premises, or insu cient sta to

Infected person

Covid-19 infected person having been or suspected to have been in the premises

Sta

Business continuity plan in place and communicated to all users

Customer Adult Customer Child

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Minimum sta ng levels identi ed to safely operate. Building closed if such numbers are not available

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Flexible emergency rosters introduced to maintain a level of service

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Sta

Deep clean and sanitisation of facility

Contractors

Government advice followed

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Customer Adult

Cleaning Provision

Contracted cleaning provision interrupted or discontinued

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Customer Child

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Sta

Business continuity plan in place

Contractors

Sta trained in cleaning tasks

Customer Adult

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Customer Child

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 Revision History  Reviewed By

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Comment

Date


Reviewed By

Name

Comment

Date

heywoodsvmanager@stitch.com

Damien Ellison

New Risk Assessment

13-06-2020 08:59:08

heywoodsvmanager@stitch.com

Damien Ellison

Updated

13-06-2020 14:55:14

heywoodsvmanager@stitch.com

Damien Ellison

Updated

13-06-2020 15:38:59

heywoodsvmanager@stitch.com

Damien Ellison

Further updates after reading guidance

13-06-2020 15:51:49

heywoodsvmanager@stitch.com

Damien Ellison

Risk Assessment Updated

13-06-2020 16:33:10

heywoodsvmanager@stitch.com

Damien Ellison

Scores Adjusted

13-06-2020 16:37:10

heywoodsvmanager@stitch.com

Damien Ellison

Social Distancing Rule Adjusted

24-06-2020 07:57:21

heywoodsvmanager@stitch.com

Damien Ellison

Further amendments as per government guidance

13-07-2020 09:54:50

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