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Hazelwood and Churchill (Victoria, Australia) local Girl Guide information noticeboard.

This is a safety message to all.


WRITTEN RISK ANALYSISS ARE VERY IMPORTANT IN TODAYS WORLD.  HERE ARE THE TWO AND A BIT PAGES THAT COMPRISE OF THE MAY 2010 MORNING TEA RISK ANALYSIS.       THE RATIONAL BEHIND KEEPING RISK ANALYSIS SIMPLE AND  GENERAL IN THE APPROACH IS THAT IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS YOUR BRAIN IS ON LOCKDOWN.     EACH MEMBER OF THE TEAM HAS A JOB DESCRIPTION.      WITHIN THIS JOB DESCRIPTION THEY HAVE JOBS TO DO.     EMERGENCY TRAINING ARE PART OF THESE JOBS.     LEAVING THINGS IN THE ALLOCATED AND TRAINED PERSONS HANDS MEANS THE EMERGENCY SITUATION IS FOCUSED AND ‘SHARED’ AMONG ALL.

May good times safety be with you!

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Morning Tea Risk Assessment / Management Plan

WRITTEN RISK ANALYSISS ARE VERY IMPORTANT IN TODAYS WORLD.  HERE ARE THE 2 AND A BIT PAGES THAT COMPRISE OF THE MAY 2010 MORNING TEA RISK ANALYSIS.  THESE RATIONAL BEHIND KEEPING RISK ANALYSIS SIMPLE AND  GENERAL IN THERE APPROACH IS THAT IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS YOUR BRAIN IS ON LOCKDOWN.  eACH MEMBER OF THE TEAM HAS A JOB DESCRIPTION.  WITHIN THIS JOB DESCRIPTION THEY HAVE JOBS TO DO.  EMERGENCY TRAINING ARE PART OF THESE JOBS.  LEAVING THINGS IN THE ALLOCATED AND TRAINED PERSONS HANDS MEANS THE EMERGENCY SITUATION IS FOCUSED AND ‘SHARED’ AMONG ALL.


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Evaluation form : General Evaluation for the Morning Tea.


Evaluation form


How have you felt about the Morning Tea?
Evaluation is an important part of any activity.  Your evaluation in what is happening, what you felt, would like to see happen and how you would like to be involved is an important part of this process too.
Have you enjoyed yourself?                                                                    Yes  No
Food and refreshment okay?                                                                    YES NO
Is the area addequate?                                                                                YES NO

If you could do ‘it’ better what would ‘it’ be?

(Have you written this for the suggestion box?                 YES NO

Do you feel there is a necessity for these get togethers? YES NO

Does the Morning Tea meet any of your  requirments? Yes No
Anything else you would like to share with us?

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Emergency evacuation of the ‘Office’ : Glendonald Maternal and Child Health Centre

EMERGENCY EVACUATION

: Glendonald Maternal and Child Health Centre

  • Fire
  • Gas leak
  • Bomb

A register will be maintained to enable accurate checks of those on site.

Emergency Assembly Plan for : Glendonald Maternal and Child Health Centre

1. An emergency may be identified by anyone present.

2. Event Leader in Charge (LiC) is to be informed immediately.

3. LiC takes immediate steps to verify reported emergency and determines the severity (class of emergency) and responds accordingly.

Upon hearing the EMERGENCY ALTERT SIGNAL,

All present follow Emergency procedures as directed by LiC

At this signal

STOP What you are doing immediately.

LOOK To the Leader in Charge

LISTEN The LiC’s instructions

OBEY Carmly do as the LiC has told you…now.

GO To To the designated assembly area.

1. Event LiC or other designated person immediately picks up the attendance register and gathers participants at the designated Emergency Area.

2. Designated First Aider immediately takes First Aid Kit, checks all rooms and assists group members to the Assembly Area.

3. Any other leader or visiting personnel present immediately assembles with the group at the Assembly Area.

4. Event LiC calls a roll according to the attendance register to check that all members on site at the time are accounted for.

5. If a member of the group is unaccounted for at the roll call, the LiC will co-ordinate a search.

6. ALL OTHER PERSONNEL REMAIN AT ASSEMBLY AREA.

7. If required, the assembled group proceeds in an orderly speedy manner to the Emergency Evacuation Place as directed by Emergency Personnel.

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Morning teas

The District Team puts on some beautiful Morning Teas.

The following is an indexed list of what the Sub-committee needs to do from ‘wow to go’.

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