GuidancAll equipment used for people lifting must receive a six monthly service and inspection by a competent person. The equipment must also indicate the safe working load that can be carried.
1. Are any lifting aids or adaptations in a good state of repair (e.g. stair lift, ice cream trays, )?
2. Are there any new manual handling activities that need to be assessed?
3. Are there suitable and sufficient manual handling risk assessments available?
4. Have the passenger lifts and hoists been serviced and inspected in line with legal requirements e.g. 6 months (LOLER).
5. Do the risk assessments reflect the actual tasks?
6. Do the risk assessments include an emergency procedure where appropriate?
7. Has the rescue procedure been practiced?
8. Is there evidence of suitable harnesses, lanyards and other safety equipment?
9. Are harnesses, ladders and other work at height equipment inspected?
10. Are the anchor points inspected and bear a legible label?
11. Are there suitably qualified persons at the venue to undertake work at height and rescue from height.
12. Where applicable is the Tallescope / Genie inspected and in good working order.
13. Are there suitably qualified persons to use the Tallescope / Genie.
14. Does the Tallescope have a suitable rescue plan.
Working at Height regulations require the employer to risk assess the activity and ensure safe working practices are in place to prevent injury.
15. Is the Fire Risk Assessment in date?
16. Is the Asbestos Risk Assessment available
17. Is the Legionella Risk Assessment Avaliable
18. Have any Risk Assessments have been conducted in last 3 months?
19. Have any Risk Assessments have been reviewed in last 3 months?
20. Are any Risk Assessments over their review date? (Please state which)
- Hospitality Supervisor
- Creative Learning
- Awareness of RA's
- Training completed
- Areas of training missed in TNA
- Near miss incidents