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Dealing with Hazards in a school setting

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Dealing with Hazards in a school setting

Ahazard is the source or situation that has the potential to cause harm, death or damage to a person or to property. You can think of a hazard as the ‘thing’ or object that can hurt someone. Harm can be a human injury, ill-health or death, damage to property, the environment, or a combination of these. Common examples of hazards include:

  • Slippery floor
  • Tripping hazards
  • Unprotected electrical wires
  • An overly large or small step
  • Vehicles and traffic
  • Strangers or intruders
  • Sunlight, humidity and heat
  • A broken piece of equipment
  • A stressful situation or event
  • Water (especially deep or fast)
  • Machinery with moving parts
  • Heights including work with ladders
  • Heavy objects stored in high places
  • Poorly designed work flow or tasks
  • Tasks that require an awkward posture

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