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Saizen Kai Karate - Risk assessment

The following questions have been based on the perceived risks associated with karate. If you are able to answer yes to all the questions or provide a suitable alternative, it is felt that you will have done all that is practical in creating a risk free environment for your members.

If you feel that there are any outstanding risks associated with the operation of the club, then you must report your concerns as soon as possible to the committee.

1. Affiliation

1.1 Is the Club affiliated to the appropriate Governing Body(ies)?

Yes

2. New Members

2.2 Are details requested on the application form of any health problems or disabilities that might affect a person's practice?

Yes

3. Emergencies and Health Monitoring

3.2 Is there a procedure in place to monitor and review accidents?

Yes, part of the training hall procedures

3.3 Are all serious accidents reported to the sports hall?

Yes

3.5 Is first Aid equipment available?

Yes, in the training hall

3. Mats

4.1 Are mats sufficiently dense and resilient that an adult's fall is absorbed without feeling the floor has been reached i.e. not fully compacted and of compliance with any appropriate B.S. e.g. BS 1892?

Yes

4.2 When mats are laid are they secured so as not to slip (i.e. have non-slip undersides or interlock with each other)?

Yes

4.6 Where mats abut each other are they of constant thickness and density so that there are no steps to cause trip hazards?

Yes

4.7 Is the mat surface such that it provides traction for the feet but is not so rough so as to be a cause of friction burns?

Yes

5. The Session

5.1 Do all participants wear appropriate clothing?

Yes. New students will wear loose clothing. Karate Gi required for 1st grading

7. Supervision

7.2 Is close attention paid at all times, especially where there are young people or people with disabilities or health risks?

Yes

7.4 Are inexperienced people only put into any competitive situation when techniques can be performed correctly?

Yes

8. Weaponry Use

8.2 Is weapon work only taught by Instructors deemed to be competent by their Association/Governing Body?

N/A

8.3 Are weapons with live blades only used under specially controlled conditions (which includes spatial and competence considerations)?

N/A

Declaration

On behalf of Saizen Kai Karate I have answered the above questions honestly, and to the best of my knowledge all training session operate accordingly.