Safeguarding and Risk Benefits

Safeguarding

All our staff go through Child Safeguarding training and carry out regular risk assessments and update them as appropriate.


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Risk Benefits

If we never got off our hands and knees and took the chance of falling we would not be walking today!


We will at times be involved in activities which appear to have greater risks associated with them such as climbing and watersports. The idea is to manage/control those risks and with appropriate training, equipment/gear and supervision ensure the benefits of the activity outweigh the risk involved. An example of this can be seen in the activity of driving a car. This, to the untrained, is a dangerous activity, however with appropriate training, equipment/gear and supervision the risk can be reduced and the benefits increased.


Risk assessment Examples

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