QLM Leisuresafe™ is a unique health and safety management audit for the sport, leisure and culture industry.
Externally validate the health and safety of your sport, leisure or culture service with QLM Leisuresafe™ Audit and Certification.
The audit will be based on the requirements of HSG 65 Successful Health and Safety Management and will cover:
- Health and safety management.
- Facility-wide health and safety issues – COSHH, electricity and fire.
- Area by area health and safety safe systems of work e.g. pools,
- gymnasia, and sports hall etc.
The audit programme will consider most of the following areas as applicable:
Health and Safety Management System
This is an examination of the organisation’s planned approach to health and safety management and in particular:
- Health and safety policy
- Risk assessment
- Safe systems of work
- Monitoring, measurement and review
The auditor will review the planned approach of the company, with specific reference to HSG65, Successful Health and Safety Management, published by the Health and Safety Executive.
Facility-wide health and safety
This stage will include (as appropriate) various building-wide hazards and the adequacy of their control. For example:
- Emergencies and evacuation
- Fire safety
- Co-operation with others on site
- First aid arrangements
- Electrical safety
- Display screen equipment
- Safety signs
- Domestic water/legionella management
- New and expectant mothers
- Employment of young persons
- Other hazards will be covered at the discretion of the auditor
Facility specific health and safety
An area by area audit of the current arrangements. (i.e. pools, gym, sauna). Whilst inevitably a sampling exercise, every effort will be made to cover all key aspects of service safety.
The purpose of the audit is much more than to meet a good practice requirement. An effective audit or review identifies the foreseeable hazards in the operation of the leisure facility and examines the likelihood of the hazard causing harm. The outcome of the review should be an action plan for risk reduction.
A written report will identify issues for improvement, guidance on rationalisation of documentation to meet your objectives, training requirements and advice on addressing relevant issues. It will be important to identify corporate as well as site specific improvements.
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