Charity Blank Risk Assessment Form

COVID-19 Return to Work Charity Blank Risk Assessment FormNew

CO.RTW.01

The Government has stipulated that 5 steps are necessary in order to manage the risk of the spread of coronavirus and to ensure the safe return of employees (and volunteers) to the workplace; carrying out a COVID-19 risk assessment is step 2.

The Charity Blank Risk Assessment Form template can be used to identify the general factors that cause the spread of the virus (the hazards) such as contaminated surfaces and proximity to other people. The form covers employees/volunteers/contractors/visitors who might enter the workplace premises or site locations. It provides for controls and measures taken to manage, mitigate or eliminate the hazards, further action to be taken and who has responsibility for such further action with target and completion dates.

If any of your charity's employees/volunteers/contractors/visitors are vulnerable persons your risk assessment must identify that within the 'Persons at Risk' section, and the controls and measures required to provide additional protection must be included within the risk assessment form .

It is recommended that a separate form should be applied to each separate department within each premises/location. The department/staff/volunteers section provides details covering those people at risk.

The risk assessment element of the template is divided into 3 sections, each formatted as a Word table:

1. Factors causing the spread of the virus;

2. Workplace Premises – identifying specific controls for different parts of a location; and

3. Workplace Tasks – identifying specific controls for certain jobs/roles within a charity/location/department.

This document is in open format which enables tables to be added or deleted, and rows/columns to be added or deleted within these tables. Please also adjust the wording to suit your purposes.

Worked example templates for different charity types and activities are also downloadable which may assist by prompting the identification of hazards, those at risk, controls undertaken, further action and the results of further action.

It is imperative that the risk assessment is specific to each charity, location and department and that all measures and controls are carried out and not just recorded on the form.

The government has advised that all charities employing 50 employees and volunteers or more must share the completed COVID-19 risk assessment form with their workforce, but it is recommended that all charities with employees and/or volunteers should do so, even if they have less than a total of 50 employees and volunteers.

Once you have subscribed to the appropriate document folder click on the “Download Document” button below. You will be asked what you want to do with the file. It is recommended that you save the document to a location of your choice prior to viewing.

Top