Information

  • Task Detail

  • Location
  • Date

  • Risk Assessor

  • 1. COMPETENCE<br>a.) Do you have the necessary training/ certification (NPTC/ Lantra) to carry out the work?

  • 2. COMMUNICATION<br>a.) Have you informed all people who will be affected by your proposed work?

  • b.) If lone working, have you made arrangements for regular contact during your time on site?

  • 3. RISK CONTROL INFORMATION<br>a.) Have you been briefed on the relevant risk assessment for the task/s to be performed?

  • b.) Have you been briefed and do you have access to the relevant COSHH assessment where required?

  • 4. TOOLS AND EQUIPMENT <br>a.) Have you carried out an inspection of the tools/ equipment you will use and are they fit for purpose and in good repair?

  • b.) Where required, are calibration, conformity and / or test certificates valid?

  • 5. WORK AREA CONDITION<br>a.) Do you have access to the area?

  • b.) Are the site conditions safe for work to proceed?

  • c.) Are the current weather conditions satisfactory and unlikely to affect site safety and/ or personal safety?

  • 6. WORK AREA PROTECTION<br>a.) Are adequate barriers & hazard warning signs in place?

  • 7. EMERGENCIES<br>a.) Do you know where the closest Accident and Emergency (A&E) Department is?

  • 8. PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)<br>a.) Is your PPE appropriate and sufficient for the task?

  • If you answer "No" to any question DO NOT START WORK until you have consulted your supervisor.

  • Please select High Medium or Low in the list of hazards listed below where you believe a hazard exists for the task you are carrying out or in the environment you are working. Use the information below to calculate the risks:

    High: Not adequately controlled- Potential to cause fatal or major injury- CONTACT YOUR SUPERVISOR FOR FURTHER ADVICE.

    Medium: Not adequately controlled- Potential to result in lost time injury (over 3 days) or long term health effects or significant property or environmental damage- CONTACT YOUR SUPERVISOR FOR FURTHER ADVICE.

    Low: Only if you believe the risk is adequately controlled and the potential risk of injury is minimal.

  • HAZARD

  • Electricity/ Comms (e.g BT)

  • Adverse Weather

  • Moving Vehicles (e.g On highway)

  • Moving Machinery (e.g On Site)

  • Confined spaces

  • Use or Exposure to Gas

  • Fire

  • Noise

  • Heat

  • Violence/ Aggressive Behaviour

  • Slips or Trips

  • Steps/ Ladders

  • Uneven Surfaces

  • Vibration

  • Ventilation

  • Mobile Elevated Work Platforms

  • Mobile Crane

  • Dust or Fumes

  • Vermin (Weils Disease)

  • Manual Handling

  • Poor Lighting

  • Chemicals

  • Access and Egress

  • Syringes/ Sharps

  • Work near water

  • Is anyone else at risk from your work, e.g Third party / Others?

  • If yes, please give details:

  • Is there a safe system of work with controls in place? NB: Any changes in on site conditions will require amendments to this assessment- please record them and brief your team accordingly.

  • Names of all people briefed:

  • Site Notes:

  • Please email this document to landscapes@placesforpeople.co.uk

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