The Story Of What Risk Mitigation Worksheet
|Program:||Scouts BSA, Order of the Arrow|
|Adjusted Hazard:||IIIE (Improbable, Marginal)|
|Mitigation Decision:||Acceptable with Review|
|Prepared:||2021-05-11 by Matt Grimble|
|Hazard Cause / Effect||Corrective Actions|
|Hazard Description||Cause||Effect||Initial Risk Rating||Possible Controlling Measure||Closing Comments||Status||Final Risk|
|Injury to Hands or Fingers||Use of small hand tools like knives and saws||Knife or tool slips.||IVC||Adults and leaders monitor proper use of tools and provide guidance where required||IVD|
|Injury to Hands or Fingers||Use of small hand tools like knives and saws||Knife or tool slips.||IVC||Ensure users have Totin’ Chip training||IVD|
|Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)||Camper slips on wet floor||Camper develops a condition which requires first aid or medical attention.||IIIC||Clean up spills promptly; spread table salt if necessary (for oil/grease issues). Put up signs when mopping floors. Sweep regularly.||IIIE|
|Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)||Camper trips over gear.||Camper develops a condition which requires first aid or medical attention.||IIIC||Gear must be stored correctly and primarily on or under bunks and/or tables. Things should be put away promptly and securely.||IIIE|
|Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)||Camper bumps into table or cots||Camper develops a condition which requires first aid or medical attention.||IIIC||Lights on at night; not running inside the building.||IIIE|
Historical Context: We have not yet held this event, but will use our standard safety protocols and mitigations to make it as safe as possible.
Based on Location: I Timing: U Category: Creative
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