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Looking after very young people can attract a variety of hazards for staff, from injuries associated with postural constraints to preventing illness through handling foods. Carrying out audits of your premises to providing training to staff is all in a days’ work.
Head Teachers and their staff have a responsibility to safeguard their pupils whilst accommodating criteria set by local authorities, Governors or Board of Directors. Managing the health and safety requirements can easily be supported by working alongside School Business Managers and Building Maintenance officers.
Bigger school premises and the movement of staff and pupils through the building will inevitably result in a greater risk of slips and falls. The introduction of tools and equipment in science departments and design & technology create a number of maintenance controls, all of which need to be managed effectively.
Many further education colleges consist of multiple buildings with part-time teaching staff and students. Premises may be occupied out of normal teaching hours as rooms and grounds are utilised by external parties. Health and safety may be managed by department heads, but overall day-to-day responsibility remains with the college principal and centralized systems are the key to proving compliance.