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Caretakers' responsibilities: risk assessments
Are there risk assessments covering the duties of caretakers and premises staff? We link to two risk assessments covering the general responsibilities of caretakers and premises staff, and other risk assessments for specific caretaking duties. You will also find health and safety guidance from an LA.
Home visits: risk assessments
Find examples of risk assessments from a school and local authorities to help you with writing your own assessment. Also, read guidance on how to reduce the risk of violence towards staff when out on visits.
Pregnant staff and pupils: risk assessments
Are there examples of risk assessments for pregnant staff and pupils? This article links to examples of risk assessments for new and expectant mothers. It looks at guidance on the potential risks for pregnant employees, and actions to take afterwards. It also covers how to assess risks for pregnant pupils.
Staff with medical conditions: guidance on assessing risks
Are there risk assessments for staff with medical conditions? In this article, we look at assessing risks and supporting employees with health conditions in the workplace, relaying advice from ASCL and one of our associate education experts. We also point to guidance from the HSE and the NHS.
Stress: risk assessments
Are there any risk assessments for stress among staff? We link to examples of risk assessments on work-related stress. We also point to further articles on staff wellbeing.
Work experience placements in schools: example risk assessments and guidance
Find examples of risk assessments for work experience students from a school and a local authority. Also, get guidance on the things you need to consider as a placement provider.
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