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Obstacle Course Risk Mitigation Worksheet

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Description: Try to complete the obstacles in the least time.
Program:Scouts BSA, Order of the Arrow
Adjusted Hazard:IIIE (Improbable, Marginal)
Mitigation Decision:Acceptable with Review
Prepared:2021-05-11 by Doug Wilson


Hazard Cause / EffectCorrective Actions
Hazard DescriptionCauseEffectInitial Risk RatingPossible Controlling MeasureClosing CommentsStatusFinal Risk
Hypothermia / FrostbiteExposure to cold temperatures over a prolonged period.Camper develops a condition which requires first aid or medical attention.IIICEnsure proper preparedness of participants prior to activity. Those who are unprepared must remain in cabin.IIIE
Hypothermia / FrostbiteExposure to cold temperatures over a prolonged period.Camper develops a condition which requires first aid or medical attention.IIICLimit time spent playing based on observed weather conditions: spend less time outside in cold and/or rain.IIIE
Hypothermia / FrostbiteExposure to cold temperatures over a prolonged period.Camper develops a condition which requires first aid or medical attention.IIICMonitor weather conditions and if they are not conducive to outdoor activities, change the location, reduce the duration of the even, or change to a different event which is better suited to the weather.IIIE
Hypothermia / FrostbiteExposure to cold temperatures over a prolonged period.Camper develops a condition which requires first aid or medical attention.IIICMost sports events are not tied to specific geography; in case of inclement weather, the event should be held close to camp to allow for quick access to a warming station.IIIE
Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)Rough or slippery terrain leads to twisting or a minor fall.Camper trips on something which causes them to lose their footing.IIICLimit activity to appropriate areas and inspect the playfield for hidden hazards and remove them before play.IIIE
Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)Tripping over lines or ball, impact with net.Camper injured by tripping and falling or by direct impactIIICMark boundaries and goals with soft cones. Donít fuss too much about boundaries.IIiE
Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)Tripping over lines or ball, impact with net.Camper injured by tripping and falling or by direct impactIIICMark boundaries with soft cones. Flag any ropes used on the field to increase visibility.IIiE
Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)Rough play leads to injuryCamper injured when hit in face or tripped by another Scout.IIICRemind Campers of the rules of soccer which are enforced; violations result in penalties where Scout must sit out.IIIE

Historical Context: This event was first held at Winter Camp VII (in 1983). It was been held a total of 2 times without an incident.

Based on Location: O Timing: D Category: Sport

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