Title Page

  • School Name:

  • School Address:

  • Date of Visit:

  • Name of Representative:

  • Name of Advisor:

Section 1 - Opening Meeting

Introductions and format of the visit

  • Introductions

  • Today's interim visit is a key part of your three year Service Level Agreement with Oldham Council Health & Safety team.
    Interim visits are carried out annually between full audits, which take place every three years.

    This is an opportunity to revisit any outstanding items from your last audit/visit, to discuss any current health & safety issues affecting schools and also to answer any health & safety queries you may have.

Last H&S Audit

  • Date of last full H&S Audit:

  • Audit carried out by:

  • Number of outstanding actions on audit:

General Information

  • Name of Head Teacher:

  • Name of Business Manager:

  • Name of Site Manager/Caretaker:

General Notes

Section 2 - Points To Discuss

Outstanding actions from last H&S Audit

  • Discuss any outstanding actions from Last H&S Audit / Interim visit.

  • Any notes applicable to last H&S Audit / Interim visit.


  • Discuss the different training courses that the council is now able to offer. H&S Awareness Fire Awareness Manual Handling Working at Height for teaching staff Risk Assessment COSHH Awareness Site Manager Evac Chair

  • Any notes applicable to Training.

Fire Risk Assessment

  • Discuss that the council is now able to offer Fire Risk Assessments.

  • Any notes applicable to Fire RA.

Any other H&S Issues

  • Discuss any other H&S issues the School / H&S Advisor have.

  • Issue No.
  • Health & Safety Issue:

  • Location (if required):

  • Photo (if required):

  • Action required:

Section 3 - Closing Meeting

Summary of visit


  • H&S Advisors Signature

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