This example risk assessment is not exhaustive and should be used a guide for typical COVID-19 risk management considerations and controls.
When managing hazards and risks, the Hierarchy of Controls has been applied (working top down):
The hazard, task or activity is physically removed or abandoned (e.g. avoiding contact with anyone with symptoms)
Replace a material or process with a less hazardous one
• Engineering Controls
Isolate staff, pupils, visitors from the hazard (demarcation, physical barriers)
• Administrative Controls
Identify and implement procedures to maximise safe working (management of social distancing, hygiene protocols)
• Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Only to be considered if measures above would be ineffective to control risks.