FOLLOW THE PROCEDURES OF THE SETTING FOR REPORTING AND RECORDING ACCIDENTS AND EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

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FOLLOW THE PROCEDURES OF THE SETTING
FOR REPORTING AND RECORDING ACCIDENTS AND EMERGENCY SITUATIONS

RECORDING ACCIDENTS

All accidents must be recorded in a Record of First Aid Treatment book. A copy of this is kept by each first aid box. All details need to be filled in, including any treatment given. A letter is sent to parents about what to look for in head injuries, if needed.

FIRST AID BOXES

Contents
Scissors
Bandages
Antiseptic wipes
Sterile gauze
Disposable gloves
Eye baths
Slings
Aprons

PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPPLIES

An appointed member of staff is responsible for checking the first aid boxes on a regular basis and for placing orders to replenish stock. All staff are
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LUNCHTIME FIRE PROCEDURES

On hearing the fire alarm all lunchtime supervisors on duty in the play ground should gather all children together away from the building and ensure that no child re-enters the building.
All lunchtime supervisors on duty in the dining area should evacuate all children from the building and ensure on the way out that any toilets are vacated.
All lunchtime supervisors in classrooms where children are playing should evacuate all children from the building and ensure on the way out that any toilets are vacated.
The Headteacher or teachers will ensure, as far as it is reasonably practicable, that the rest of the building is vacated.

FIRE AND BOMB ALERTS

In the event of a fire or bomb alert the Headteacher or person designated must:
Ring the fire alarm to activate the evacuation of the premises of all adults and children following the fire drill procedure.
Phone 999 for the fire brigade and the police.
Check that the evacuation procedure has been followed.
Remain at the front of the school to meet the fire brigade/police and direct them to the incident.
All children and adults must remain outside.
Only when the all clear has been given will registers be sent back to classes enabling children and adults to re-enter the premises.
If the alert is a practice, then the fire brigade must be informed before the evacuation of

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