Note: These examples are meant as indicative guidance only, particular circumstances will vary and alternative control measures may be necessary.
|Activity||Identify the hazards||Who/what may be harmed||Risk||Existing control measures||Recommendations/further action required|
|Likelihood of occurrence||Severity of harm||Overall risk|
|Travelling in a school/college mini bus||Students moving about||Students and employee||Medium||Medium||Medium||Seat belt checked and used. Supervision, competent escort||Regular monitoring and surveillance|
|Travelling in a school mini bus||Tampering with doors, windows or interference with the driver or controls||Students and employee||Medium||High||High||Supervision. Escort sits at back of the bus with clear and uninterrupted vision. Seat belt checked and used. Equipment restrained (as appropriate).||Regular monitoring and surveillance|
|Physical disability – leg strapped||Fall, fatigue||Student and employee||Medium||Medium||Medium||Supervision. Student has been placed in a smaller, less physically demanding group||Constant monitoring and surveillance|
|Swimming lessons||Student in danger of drowning in the pool while having a seizure||Student||Medium||High||High||Student to wear armbands at all times in the pool, except when being given one-to-one instruction. Supervised constantly and all employees are aware of condition||All employees to be aware of emergency procedures in case of seizure|