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Bunny Slipper Relay Risk Mitigation Worksheet

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Description:Teams compete in a relay race. Each member of the team must complete one station, return to the base and pass the slippers to another competitor who will attempt the next station.
Program:Scouts BSA, Order of the Arrow
Adjusted Hazard:IIIE (Improbable, Marginal)
Mitigation Decision:Acceptable with Review
Prepared:2021-05-11 by Ethan Rein


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 pror to hike. 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 hiking based on observed weather conditions: spend less time hiking in cold and/or rain.IIIE
Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)Rough or slippery terrain leads to twisting or a minor fall.Camper steps on something which doesn’t bear their weight or causes them to lose their footing.IIICCamper can use trek poles to help retain footing.IIIE
Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)Rough or slippery terrain leads to twisting or a minor fall.Camper steps on something which doesn’t bear their weight or causes them to lose their footing.IIICCampers taught “Never step on what you can step over, and never stop over what you can step around”IIIE
Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)Camper slips on wet floorCamper develops a condition which requires first aid or medical attention.IIICClean 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.IIICGear 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 cotsCamper develops a condition which requires first aid or medical attention.IIICLights on at night; not running inside the building.IIIE
Minor Injury (sprain, bruising)Rough or slippery terrain leads to twisting or a minor fall.Camper steps on something which doesn’t bear their weight or causes them to lose their footing.IIICLimit hiking to well-used trails, particularly in situations of poor weather or walking conditions (ice or snow).IIIE

Additional Notes

In a multi-station event, each event must also be evaluated for hazards.

In a multi-station event, each event must also be evaluated for hazards.

Historical Context: This event was first held at Winter Camp XXIV (in 2000). It was been held a total of 1 times without an incident.

Based on Location: I Timing: U Category: Multistation

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