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A school resource to increase awareness of the signs and symptoms of a potential concussion incident and know the steps to manage it.
Our Glass Safety Checklist asks important questions that can help you assess and improve your risk controls. Clarify what your organisation is and isn't doing, understand which controls should be implemented, and understand your responsibilities.
Our School Camps & Excursions Guide can help. It outlines key requirements and obligations including duty of care and explains the basic policies and procedures required to effectively manage risk. There's also a helpful guide to common risk areas and information on specific requirements for managing adventure activities, aquatic environments and overseas travel.
A resource to aid in the effective identification, response and post-management of a concussion incident.
If you're planning an incursion, whether it's a visit from a wildlife expert or a sleepover in the school gym, you need to understand and manage the risks. This applies even if the activity is run by an external provider with their own risk management plans in place.
A school resource for monitoring an injured person’s return to learn and play
A resource for recording information in the event of a potential concussion incident.
Swimming is an important part of the school curriculum but it's also a high-risk activity.
Needless to say, our Infection Control Fact Sheet is worth a read. Find out what you can do to reduce the spread of infections in your organisation.
Sport and physical education are a valuable part of school life but the risk of injury is high. Beyond the physical risks of injury and trauma a serious incident could damage a school’s reputation and result in substantial penalties or litigation.