|1||Using china plates and glass tumblers to eat and drink from||Injuries associated with the use or handling of damaged china and glass||Children, Staff, Learners, Visitors||M||L||L||Supervision of children by qualified and competent persons at all times, maintaining appropriate ratios as per Ofsted requirements.
Children reminded of the ‘Golden Rules’ of not running indoors.
No china or glass to be taken outside into the garden or on trips.
Glasses and plates to be inspected on a regular basis.
Items not to be used in the microwave unless specified as safe to do so.
Staff to ensure that broken or chipped items are to be safely disposed of immediately to ensure no risk to themselves or refuse collectors.
|2||Using china plates and glass tumblers to eat and drink from||Chips harbouring germs causing food poisoning, inadequate cleansing||Children, Staff, Learners, Visitors||M||L||L||Maintenance of HACCP principles at all times.
Items to be washed in accordance with good hygiene standards.
|Key to result: T = Trivial risk A = Adequately controlled N = Not adequately controlled U = Unable to decide, further information required|
|Risk Rating: Once the likelihood and severity have been determined, the risk can be calculated below (AxB)|
|Possible Severity (A)||L||M||H|