Hazards | Affected | Safety Methods | Identifying Likelihood |
Risks | Who might be harmed | Type of harm | Controls | Extreme controls | Severity | Likelihood | Risk estimate SxL |
The radiators and pipes might be hot | Teacher, children, visitors, workers, and parents | you could   burn yourself | Furniture positioned in front of radiators to avoid contact with children   | For extra control you can reduce the temperatureSafety guards can be placed in front of radiators | 3 | 2 | 6 |
Tripping over objects such as toys, tables and chairs | Teacher, children, visitors, workers | You could trip or fall and hurt yourself | Make sure that children sit on chairs properly and they are stored correctlyToys are put in the correct places Coats are hung up | Carpets   are regularly checked for holes and lifting edgesNon slip matting place in the nursery | 5 | 5 | 25 |
Trailing electrical wires | Teachers, children, visitors, and workers, parents | You Could electrocute yourself or trip and fall | Make sure wires are tucked away from sight , | avoid using extension wiresget an electrician to fit extra sockets | 5 | 3 | 15 |
The windows might be open or broken | Teachers, children, visitors, and workers | You Could fall, cut yourself and cause injury | Make sure windows are only open to a certain point so children cannot climb out of themIf it is broken makes sure it is clearly labelled Window should be fitted with safety glass to prevent it breaking | If you still think it is a hazard close the window and open one that is out of reach of childrenAdequate guards should be in place to insure the windows do not break | 5 | 1 | 5 |
There could be liquid spilt on the floor | Teachers, children, parents, visitors, cleaners | you   could possibly fall and slip if there is a spillage of liquid | A spill should be cleaned up immediately. | Bottles containing liquids should be put on high shelves out of reach of children | 4 | 2 | 8 |...