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Soft Play Centre Risk Assessment Template

Soft Play Centre Risk Assessment Template


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Pre-filled Risk Assessments: The Key to Effortless Health & Safety Compliance.

Our ready to use soft play centre risk assessment template will enable you to quickly create a document that is legally compliant to health & safety laws and regulations.

The document comes pre-filled with relevant content which you can easily make changes to and add further detail to suit your needs. It will give you a good indication of the hazards associated with running a children’s soft play centre or play gym. These include exposure to bacteria and viruses, slips trips and falls on play equipment, hot food and drinks, damaged equipment, dealing with abuse and more - along with the risks and controls you should be thinking about.

As every business is different there is also a blank page for adding additional hazards if needed. A fully blank version of the risk assessment is also included for those who would prefer to conduct the Risk Assessment from scratch.

This Children's Soft Play Centre Risk Assessment Includes:

This soft play centre risk assessment template includes
  • Business details
  • Assessor details
  • Hazards
  • Controls
  • Responsibilities
  • Custom hazards page
  • Sign-off section

Why Choose Our Soft Play Centre & Play Gym Risk Assessment?

Why choose our soft play centre risk assessment?
  • Ease of Use: Our Soft Play Centre risk assessment template is designed to be straightforward and user-friendly. It comes pre-filled with relevant content to make conducting your risk assessments easy.

  • Cost-Effective: With H&S consultants typically charging upwards of £400 per day, implementing health & safety measures can often be a burden. Take control using our templates and save your business time and money.

  • Industry-Specific Hazards and Risks: Each of our Risk Assessment documents includes a comprehensive list of hazards and risks that are commonly encountered in the specific industry or profession.

  • Control Measures: Alongside each identified hazard, there are suggested control measures or actions that can be taken to reduce or eliminate the risk. These measures are based on industry best practices and legal requirements.

  • Legal Compliance: The Soft Play Centre risk assessment document is designed to comply with health & safety laws and regulations, helping businesses meet their legal obligations to provide a safe working environment.

  • Customisable Content: While the digitally downloadable document comes pre-filled with relevant content, it is also easily customisable, allowing businesses to add or modify information to suit their specific operational needs and circumstances.

  • Additional Hazards Page: Our Risk Assessments have an extra page for documenting any additional hazards not covered in the pre-filled sections. This ensures that the document can cover all possible risks, tailored to the specific environment or operations of the business.

  • Sign-off Section: A section for signatures from responsible persons, such as the business owner or assessor, indicating that the risk assessment has been completed.

Fill-in on a computer, or by hand.

How to edit this risk assessment template

This digitally downloadable risk assessment is fully editable on a computer. You can open it, fill it in, save and you're done. It can also be printed out and filled in by hand. If you're unsure how to do either of these don't worry, simple instructions are included.

Health & safety documents you will receive:

  • 1 x Pre-filled Soft Play Centre Risk Assessment (A4 size, Editable PDF)
  • 1 x Blank Soft Play Centre Risk Assessment (A4 size, Editable PDF)
  • 1 x User instructions
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      What is a Risk Assessment?

      A risk assessment is a systematic process for identifying and evaluating potential risks that could negatively impact individuals, assets, the environment, or organisations. The purpose of risk assessment is to determine the magnitude of potential hazards and decide on appropriate ways to eliminate or control the risk.

      Here’s how it typically works:

      1. Identify Hazards: Determine what could potentially cause harm. This includes looking at all aspects of the work environment, processes, and any external factors that could contribute to risk.
      2. Analyse Risks: Assess the likelihood and consequences of these hazards. This involves considering the severity of the harm that could occur and the probability of it occurring.
      3. Evaluate Risks: Decide whether the existing precautions are adequate or if more should be done. The aim is to minimise risks as much as reasonably practicable.
      4. Record Findings: Document the hazards, their associated risks, and the measures that are in place to mitigate them. This record is crucial for communication and ongoing management of risks.
      5. Review and Update: Regularly revisit the risk assessment to ensure it remains relevant and up-to-date, especially when changes in working practices or new hazards arise.

      Risk assessments are essential for maintaining safety and compliance in various sectors, including construction, manufacturing, healthcare, and education, among others. They help prevent accidents and injuries, thereby ensuring a safer workplace and environment.

      When should a Risk Assessment should be conducted?

      A risk assessment should be conducted whenever there are potential risks associated with a work activity, process, or environment that might affect the safety and health of individuals or the integrity of assets and operations. It is particularly crucial when introducing new processes, equipment, or chemicals; changing work practices or layouts; responding to accidents or near-misses; and regularly as part of an ongoing safety management program. Additionally, it is legally required in many areas for businesses to perform risk assessments to ensure workplace safety and compliance with health and safety regulations.

      How can I download this document?

      Once you have completed your purchase you will be sent a link via email to download your files. This is usually within an hour.

      No subscription, no contract, easy.

      How can I edit the document?

      By hand:

      Simply open the document through your web browser, or other print software, and navigate to print. The document can be printed in black & white if needed. Grab a pen...

      On a computer:

      We recommend using Adobe Acrobat Reader, the free, user friendly app from Adobe.

      Don't worry, you won't need to learn any new software skills. In this simple app you can open your document, make edits, save changes and print.

      Use this link to download your free copy from Alternatively, navigate to and search for Acrobat Reader.

      On a mobile device:

      Although our documents can be downloaded to and edited on mobile devices, for the best user experience and full functionality we recommend using a computer, laptop or similar.