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Health and Safety Policy

Statement of General Policy on Health, Safety and Welfare

Statement of General Policy on Health, Safety and Welfare Anisha Global School believes that health and safety is paramount in all areas of its activities. The school is committed to providing a healthy and safe workplace by adopting the following principles:


  • Putting policies, arrangements and procedures in place to promote effective health, safety and welfare management;
  • Taking a risk-based approach to School activities to identify sensible, realistic and effective control measures
  • Providing resources, including time, finance and competent advice, to facilitate the delivery of the School’s health and safety aims and objectives;
  • Involving employees from all levels of the organisation in the delivery of health and safety aims and objectives;
  • Providing information, instruction, training and supervision so that all personnel are aware of their health and safety responsibilities and the hazards and risks posed by their work and working environment;
  • Setting targets and objectives to encourage continuous organisational health and safety improvement;
  • Regularly reviewing and auditing performance to maintain desired standards, to identify any potential areas of weakness and to promote continuous health and safety improvement throughout the organisation.

The senior management team are accountable for the management of health and safety and for the implementation of the schools health and safety policy in their areas of control.

Anisha Global School
Organisation and Responsibilities for Health, Safety and Welfare

In order to ensure that health and safety issues are dealt with in accordance with our safety policy, the following organisational structure has been approved by the Management Committee. Duties and responsibilities have been assigned to Staff members and as laid out below.

1. Management Committee (Chair: Manoj Singh)

The Management Committee is responsible for health and safety matters at a local level. The Members will identify and address the health and safety concerns and plan the budget accordingly in consultation with the School Managing Committee.

2. Unit Heads for Primary, Secondary & IGCSE (Archana Shirur, Sonalee Misra & Chintamani Ghole)

Overall responsibility for the day-to-day management of health and safety in the school rests with the Unit Heads of the Primary, Secondary and IGCSE.The Head will advise The Management Committee of the areas of health and safety concern which may need to be addressed by the allocation of funds. Matters requiring particular consideration by the Unit Heads will include:-

2.1 Ensuring that there is an adequate system in place for the undertaking of risk assessment
2.2 Ensuring that there is a management system for monitoring the effectiveness of health and safety arrangements, which form part of this policy
2.3 The arrangements for securing health and safety assistance from a competent source;
2.4 The appointment of site officers;
2.5 The provision of appropriate health and safety information to the Management Committee;
2.6 Advise the Property and Estates Division or the maintenance division of any defect in the state of repair of the building or its surrounds which is identified as being unsafe, record in local asset management plan and take whatever local action is necessary to minimise the risk until repairs can be arranged;
2.7 Periodically review this policy document, amend as necessary and circulate any changes to appropriate staff;
2.8 Adequate staffing levels for safe supervision;
2.9 The delegated responsibility for maintenance of the premises;
2.10 Formulate and review the arrangements for action to be taken in an emergency and ensure that all involved are informed of the arrangements. The Unit Heads may choose to delegate to other members of staff any or all of the duties associated with the above matters. It is clearly understood by everyone concerned that the delegation of certain duties will not relieve the Unitheads from the overall day-to-day responsibilities for health and safety within the establishments.

3. Teachers in Charge (Shripad, Satyaprakash, Nilesh, Sangya, Soumya)

The Unit heads will delegate to the Teachers in Charge, the majority of the duties that are linked with the overall responsibilities of the Head. More specifically the post holder will:-

3.1 ensure that risk assessments are undertaken throughout the establishment and that control measures are implemented, and that assessments are monitored and reviewed.
3.2 ensure that the correct procedure is followed for the reporting, recording, investigation and follow-up of accidents on the premises;
3.3 arrange for periodic evacuation drills and weekly fire alarm tests etc.
3.4 arrange for the repair, replacement or removal of any item of furniture or equipment, which has been identified as unsafe;
3.5 report to the Unit head any situation which is unsafe or hazardous to health and which cannot be remedied from within the resources available;
3.6 liaise with and monitor as far as is reasonably practicable, the activities of contractors (including catering, cleaning and grounds staff) visitors and others on the site to ensure that any risks to the health and safety of staff and others are kept to a minimum;
3.7 ensure that all staff are kept informed of the names and details of those persons appointed to provide competent health and safety assistance;
3.8 oversee all arrangements for educational visits and school journeys.
3.9 purchase equipment to meet appropriate safety standards;
3.10 ensure the provision of appropriate protective clothing where necessary;
3.11 arrange the purchase and maintenance of first aid materials and fire fighting appliances;
3.12 agree funding of necessary safety training for staff.

4. Teaching staff

All teaching staff are responsible to the Unit Head (via the Teacher in Charge) for ensuring the application of this policy to all activities undertaken. They will also have responsibilities for ensuring that all relevant parts of the Authority's statement are observed and implemented by all Teaching assistants. In particular, staff holding such positions will:

4.1 ensure that risk assessments are undertaken (and held on record) within their teaching area, taking into account the abilities and behaviour of the students and the activities to be undertaken;
4.2 ensure that all accidents (including near misses) occurring within their teaching area are promptly reported and recorded using the appropriate forms;
4.3 ensure that all accidents are investigated with a view to preventing a recurrence;
4.5 know the location of the nearest fire fighting equipment and first aid box, and know the emergency procedures in respect of fire/first aid/bomb scare etc.;
4.6 remove from use and inform the maintenance officer of any equipment/appliance which has been identified as being unsafe and which is in need of repair;
4.7 ensure that adequate levels of class supervision are available for the planned activity;
4.8 maintain or have access to an up to date library of relevant published health and safety guidance and ensure that teaching assistants are aware of and make use of such guidance including that available in electronic format;
4.9 identify specific staff health and safety training needs and inform the Teacher in Charge accordingly;
4.10 consult with other staff on any matters which may affect their health or safety whilst at work;
4.12 ensure that levels of first aid provision remain adequate for the activities being undertaken;
4.13 ensure (via teaching assistants) that all students are given the necessary health and safety information and instruction prior to commencing practical activities which may involve some risk;
4.14 ensure that good standards of housekeeping are maintained;
4.15 ensure that students follow school safety rules and that protective equipment is worn where appropriate;
4.16 ensure that all personal protective equipment is suitable and in good condition prior to issue;
4.17 ensure safety devices e.g. machinery guards are in good condition and are used;
4.18 ensure that an agreed adequate level of supervision is available and that appropriate health and safety arrangements exist prior to taking school parties off site on educational visits.

5. Site/maintenance Officers

The Site/maintenance Officer is responsible to the Unit head via the Teacher in Charge. Duties include:

5.1 arranging for the removal from service of any item of furniture, apparatus or equipment, which has been identified as unsafe;
5.2 taking appropriate action when necessary to prevent injury to others on the site who might otherwise be exposed to unnecessary dangers, e.g. erect barriers around opened manholes etc.;
5.3 participating in the bi-annual health and safety checklist paying particular attention to the building structure, services, access to/egress from the school, main circulation areas etc.;
5.4 ensuring that any personal protective equipment issued to staff or students is suitable for the task and that training is provided in the correct use of the equipment.

6. Health and Safety Co-ordinator (Dhananjay Shirur)

The Health and Safety Co-ordinator’s role is primarily that of facilitator. The Safety Co-ordinator may take on certain functions but the overall responsibility rests with the Unit Head. The core duty is to ensure that there is a management system established for the management of health and safety. The duties include:

6.1 reviewing this policy statement as necessary and ensure that the appropriate amendments are made as and when circumstances change;
6.2 ensure that the correct procedure is followed for the reporting, recording, investigation and follow-up of accidents on the premises;
6.3 review the arrangements for action to be taken in an emergency and ensure that all involved are informed of the arrangements;
6.4 check arrangements for periodic evacuation drills and weekly fire alarm tests etc. are in place and carried out;
6.5 co-ordinate the biannual health and safety checklist, ensuring all areas of the establishment and all activities are covered;
6.6 ensure that all necessary Risk assessments are in place and special ones are undertaken if necessary.

7. All Employees [including temporary & volunteers]

All employees have general health and safety responsibilities both under criminal and civil law. Staff must be aware that they are obliged to take care of their own safety and health whilst at work along with that of others who may be affected by their actions.
Employees must also co-operate with the Management Committee and senior management of the school so that they may fulfil any legal requirements placed on them as employers and/or persons in control of premises. All employees are required:

7.1 to participate in the risk assessment process and comply with findings;
7.2 to report all defects in the condition of the premises or equipment to which they become aware;
7.3 to report all accidents according to the procedures included in this document;
7.4 be familiar with the procedure to be followed in the event of a fire or other serious emergency;
7.5 to make use of all necessary personal protective equipment provided for safety or health reasons;
7.6 follow all relevant codes of safe working practice and local rules;
7.7 report any unsafe working practices to the Teacher in Charge.

8. Students [This section should be drawn to attention of all students]

All students must be encouraged to follow all safe working practices and observe all school safety rules. All students will:

8.1 follow all instructions issued by any member of staff in the case of an emergency;
8.2 follow reasonable instructions given by any member of staff relating to health and safety matters, such as the use of safety equipment or procedures including esafety;
8.3 ensure that they do not intentionally or recklessly interfere with equipment provided for safety purposes e.g. fire extinguishers etc.
8.4 inform any member of staff of any situation which may affect their safety.

9. Health and Safety Committee

The school has established a Health and Safety Committee, which meets bi-monthly.The main purpose of the Committee is to develop and implement measures to ensure the health and safety of all employees, students and others who may be affected by the schools activities. Membership of the Committee comprises of:


11.1 Unit Heads - Archana,Sonalee & Chintamani
11.2 Health & Safety Co-ordinator - Dhananjay Shirur
11.3 Admin Manager - Dilip Kore
11.4 Maintenance Manager - Kailash
11.5 Management Committee - Vartika & Karuna

The Health and Safety Committee will submit an annual report to the Management Committee for their consideration and will suggest health and safety targets and priorities for the forthcoming year.

Anisha Global School

Arrangements & Procedures for Health, Safety and Welfare

The following procedures and arrangements have been established within our school to eliminate or reduce health and safety risks to an acceptable level and to comply with minimum civil & legal requirements:

1. Accident Reporting, Recording & Investigation

Employees must report all accidents, incidents, dangerous occurrences, violent incidents, verbal abuse and near misses in accordance with the Accident Reporting Procedure.


  • All accidents (requiring hospital treatment), dangerous occurrences, and near misses must be reported on the standard Incident Reporting Form (available with HR & Admin).
  • Violent incidents and verbal abuse where staff feels threatened must be reported in the same way.
  • Other incidents of verbal abuse from students are dealt with under the School’s Code of Conduct.
  • “Near Misses�? must also be reported. These are incidents that occur but where no injury or damage is sustained but could, potentially, have been serious incidents. Remedial action taken promptly after a near miss can prevent a serious accident occurring later.
  • The Teacher in Charge must investigate accidents and take remedial steps to avoid similar instances recurring. Faulty equipment etc. must be taken out of use when necessary and will be clearly labelled to that effect.
  • All major injuries must be reported immediately to the Health and Safety Team & the HO by calling on 020-60609333/7387054020/7387054023
  • Minor accidents to staff, students and visitors should be recorded in the accident book held in Admin Office.

2. Contractors

  • Contractors need to explain their planned method of safe working to the Site Officer, eg if working on the roof, how they will prevent tools or materials falling;
  • Staff should report problems with contractors to the Coordinator.

3. Curriculum Safety [including out of school learning activity/study support]

All staff who write Schemes of Learning need to mention any Health and Safety measures that need to be taken in particular lessons.
All lesson plans should be written taking these into account and considering specific risk assessments to the lessons planned and the students involved.

4. Electrical Equipment [fixed & portable]

  • Staff should check portable equipment each time it’s used – particularly for damage to power leads and plugs.
  • Mains electrical supply is checked every five years.

5. Esafety

The School addresses e-safety as a part of the holistic safeguarding approach which provides a balanced and considered access and use of the internet and resources. Detailed e-safety policies and acceptable use policies (staff and students)are in place. These are reviewed and redesigned annually in the light of changing technology.

6. Fire Precautions & Procedures [and other emergencies ]

  • Fire risk assessments are reviewed annually or after significant changes to the buildings.
  • Fire drills are held every year and arranged by the Site Officer, Admin Manager and the Unit Heads.
  • At least two members of staff are trained to act as fire Marshalls.
  • Assembly points for fire evacuation should be clearly marked at each Base.
  • Assembly points for bomb threats should be decided and made much further from the building.
  • Site Officers check that fire exits are maintained and that escape routes do not become blocked.
  • Fire extinguishers are maintained on an annual contract by the School
  • Staffs receive training in what to do when a fire alarm goes off during their induction.
  • Fire alarms are tested at each Base on a monthly basis and recorded in the Risk Management Handbook.

In the event of a fire alarm or alert:


  • All staff will evacuate students and visitors to the designated assembly point;
  • If an automatic call is not received from the monitoring company, the Admin Manager will alert the emergency services.
  • The safe evacuation of persons is an absolute priority.
  • Whilst evacuating premises staff should ensure that the premises and equipment are safeguarded as far as this is possible by closing doors and windows;
  • The Admin Manager will take out all registers, signing in/out lists and visitors book
  • Once outside a roll call will be made of everyone who is listed as being on site;
  • No-one should return to the building until told by the fire marshall that it is safe to do so;
  • These procedures will be reviewed annually.

7. First Aid

Arrangements at each level are listed in Appendix A

8. Medication Policy

  • See separate Policy regarding prescription medication.
  • Paracetamol is only given to students after parents have given consent by phone.

9. Glass & Glazing

  • All glass in doors or side panels should be safety glass;
  • Any replacement glass should be of safety standard;
  • Low standard glass should be covered with plastic film until it can be replaced

10. Hazardous Substances

Hazard data sheets and necessary risk assessments are held for products used by cleaning staff and in Science labs.

11. Housekeeping, cleaning & waste disposal

  • Each level is cleaned daily following a schedule agreed with the maintennce Officer.
  • Additional occasional cleaning, eg carpet cleaning, takes place during school holidays.
  • Routine wet floor cleaning is carried out after school hours and signs put into position.
  • If wet floor cleaning needs to be carried out during the school day the area is clearly signed.
  • Maintenance Officers are expected to deal with clearing and disposal of glass and other sharp objects.
  • Contractors are used at each site to remove rubbish and bins at all sites are kept at the boundary of the site.
  • Recycling bins emptied need to be kept as far from buildings as possible especially as they are more likely to be full of paper.

12. Handling & Lifting

  • All staff receive training in manual handling;
  • Risk assessments are undertaken for significant tasks relating to moving furniture or heavy equipment.

13. Maintenance / Inspection of Equipment

Information about the equipment requiring periodic inspection or testing, together with dates of last test and due date, the company contracted and any details of known future need (eg replacement of equipment) is held on a spreadsheet kept updated by the Site Officer/Lab assistants.

14. Monitoring the Policy

  • The Health and Safety Co-ordinator will oversee the biannual checks and ensure they are carried out.
  • A copy of the completed checklist is to be returned to the Co-ordinator.
  • The Site officer and Admin Manager will carry out the biannual checks.
  • Accident and incident records from all Bases are reviewed at each Health and Safety meeting.
  • The policy is reviewed annually by the management Committee.

15. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

  • PPE will be supplied as and when required.
  • Some examples:
  • Catering staff will be supplied with a cap and apron.
  • Site Officers will be supplied with steel toecap boots.
  • Staff teaching in the MV or Construction areas will be supplied with steel toecap boots.
  • Students working in i-farm and Construction will be required to wear the supplied boots and gloves.

16. Reporting Defects

  • Hazards and defects should be reported to the Site Officer, or in his absence, the Admin Manager or Teacher in Charge..
  • Interim measures will depend on the nature of the hazard or defect but may mean moving a piece of equipment so that it cannot be used or securing an area to prevent access. The aim is to prevent any accidents happening. This is likely to be the Site Officer’s responsibility.
  • The Site Officer or Admin Manager will arrange remedial works.

17. Risk Assessments

  • Staff involved in the delivery of Science, PT, Cookery,are responsible for undertaking Risk assessments in those areas.
  • The Site Officer is responsible for making sure that Risk assessments relating to the site and buildings are in place.
  • The Teacher in Charge will ensure special Risk assessments are undertaken if staff are pregnant or have health problems.
  • The Health and Safety Co-ordinator ensures that Risk assessments are in place and that special Risk assessments are undertaken if necessary.
  • Risk assessments are checked annually or after significant changes to the area assessed.

18. School Trips/ Off-Site Activities

  • Activities where there is an element of risk, for example, swimming and cycling require parental authorisation.
  • Supervision levels are always high, regardless of activity.
  • The schoolbus has a card displaying contact details for use in an emergency.
  • The bus driver must ensure there is a first aid kit, fire extinguisher and seat belt cutter in the vehicle.
  • Staff take at least one mobile phone when going off site.
  • On visits where the students will not be with staff all day,the students are given a card with the office and staff mobile numbers.

19. School Transport / Transporting students

  • Site Officers/admin assistants are responsible for daily checks on the buses, arranging periodic checks and MOTs at the local approved garage.
  • Staff are not permitted to drive the bus unless they hold a current valid permit.
  • Staff should only transport students if their vehicle is insured ;
  • Any complaints received about Bus/van drivers are dealt with by the Teacher in Charge.

20. Smoking

Smoking is not allowed on any School site.

21. Supervision

  • The school recognise that programmes of study require that students should be taught how to identify and reduce risks in the way that they work. A balance must be achieved between independent learning and the necessary supervision to ensure safety.
  • Staff:student ratio on school trips is determined by the number of students, but also by their likely behaviour and the nature of the activity.

22. Violence to Staff / School Security

  • All sites have door controlled entry.
  • All visitors are asked to sign in with details of time in/out, who they are visiting and vehicle details.
  • Visitors are asked to wear a Visitors badge.
  • All staff have training in managing the behaviour of students.
  • Any incidents of verbal and physical violence by students should be recorded and given to the Coordinator who will deal with it in accordance to the Code of Conduct.

Appendix A (First Aid)

Ground Floor

THE FOLLOWING STAFF ARE TRAINED TO FIRST AID AT WORK LEVEL:

Vartika
Hemlatha
Dilip Kore


THE FOLLOWING STAFF HAVE BEEN TRAINED TO EMERGENCY AID LEVEL:

Soumya & Poulomi


AGS should ensure that First Aiders have a current certificate and that new persons are trained should first aiders leave. The training and certification arrangements have been organized in collaboration with Jarma Wellness LLP under the supervision of Dr Akshay.

FIRST AID BOXES ARE LOCATED AT THE FOLLOWING POINTS:

Ground Floor: First aid room is located in sick bay room to the right of the entrance.
HR& Admin: First aid kits (including the mobile kits) are available in the HR & Admin Dept (also burns and eye wash kits)


Mr Nilesh & Mr Shripad are responsible for regularly checking that the contents of first aid boxes are complete and replenished as necessary. A check should be made at least once biweekly.

The First Aid Treatment Record Book for recording details of all First Aid administered is kept in HR office.


Details Of Contact Numbers Of Hospital Accident And Emergency Departments, are displayed in Sick Bay room and on all the floors.


First Floor

THE FOLLOWING STAFF ARE TRAINED TO FIRST AID AT WORK LEVEL:

Kavita
Toposweta
Annapoorna


THE FOLLOWING STAFF HAVE BEEN TRAINED TO EMERGENCY AID LEVEL:

Dr Sangya Tiwari & Ruchi Bindal


AGS should ensure that First Aiders have a current certificate and that new persons are trained should first aiders leave.



FIRST AID BOXES ARE LOCATED AT THE FOLLOWING POINTS:

Staff Rooms


Library


Dr Sangya & Toposweta are responsible for regularly checking that the contents of first aid boxes are complete and replenished as necessary. A check should be made at least once Biweekly

The First Aid Treatment Record Book for recording details of all First Aid administered is kept in: Library


Details Of Contact Numbers Of Hospital Accident And Emergency Departments Are Displayed In: Library & all the floors


Second Floor

THE FOLLOWING STAFF ARE TRAINED TO FIRST AID AT WORK LEVEL:

Ketki
Chintamani
Doita


THE FOLLOWING STAFF HAVE BEEN TRAINED TO EMERGENCY AID LEVEL:

Sonalee and Shripad


AGS should ensure that First Aiders have a current certificate and that new persons are trained should first aiders leave.



FIRST AID BOXES ARE LOCATED AT THE FOLLOWING POINTS:

Staff Rooms


On the floor


Physics,Chemistry & Biology Lab


All staff need to check that any vehicles are properly equipped with first aid boxes before they are used.


Chintamani and Ketki are responsible for regularly checking that the contents of first aid boxes are complete and replenished as necessary. A check should be made at least once Biweekly


The First Aid Treatment Record Book for recording details of all First Aid administered Is kept in: Staff room


Details Of Contact Numbers Of Hospital Accident And Emergency Departments are displayed in: Labs and on the floor


All the vehicles must have the First Aid kit .

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