Audit

Ligature Reduction Audit

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


Overall score (room designation x patient population x ligature point x compensation factor)

Solution, Action or Mitigation (REM - remove/ REP - replace with alternative)/ MAN - ward managed risk)

Area

Room number (MiCAD reference if noted)

Location (TV area, corridor)

Is this a blind spot?

Description of ligature point.

Anti-ligature already?

Room designation
3- Patients periods of time, in private, without direct supervision of staff for example bedrooms, toilet areas, shower or bathroom areas, single sex sitting rooms, some smoking rooms or other isolated areas of the wards.

2- Most patients spend long periods of time with minimum direct supervision of staff and are usually in company of peers for example day rooms, dining rooms, unlocked therapy rooms, unlocked offices, unlocked store rooms, unlocked utility rooms, unlocked store rooms or some smoking rooms.

1- Areas where there is traffic from staff and patients moving through or rooms are inaccessible for example general circulation spaces, corridors or locked rooms
Patient population?
3- High Risk - Woodlands (Lesney/ Millbrook), Holbrook anti-ligature rooms, Green Parks House (Goddington, Norman, Betts), Oxleas House (The Tarn, Avery, Maryon, Shrewsbury x 2), Shepherdleas Anti-ligature rooms, Oaktree Lodge Anti- ligature rooms x2.
2- Medium Risk - Bracton Centre (Heath, Crofton, Burgess, Danson, Joydens, New Birchwood), Greenwood, Barefoot Lodge,Somerset Villa, Atlas House Close Care anti-ligature room X1.
1- Low Risk - Woodlands Holbrook, Green Parks House (Scadbury, HTT & DTT), Ivy Willis Flats, Oaktree Lodge, Atlas House (remainder)
Ligature point rating

1. Low Risk - up to 0.7m/4m and above.

2. Medium Risk - between 0.7m and 1.7m.

3. High Risk - between 1.7m and 4m.
Compensation factor

1. Low Risk - good observation through good design, some ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, good staffing levels/skill mix.

2. Medium Risk - good observation through good design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.

3. High Risk - Limited observation through poor design, little ingenuity required, limited staff.


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