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Risk Assessment
There is no significant risk in a Punch and Judy show. BUT!
A risk assessment has been carried out for when we work at all public venues. Covering moving vehicles, setting up the equipment etc. We have individual assessments for inside and outdoors these are regularly updated and can be tailored to any specific venue. If you require a copy please email llewellyn@ntlworld.com and we can send you a copy as a word document relevant to your event.
Public Liability
CRB/DBS & Police Checks
Technically there is no such thing as a "police check."
We can ask for any information held by the police on computer about ourselves but this is out of date as soon as we get it (it's a bit like an MOT on a car)
Plus this only relates to the local constabulary in the area you live it is not national.
Employers have to get a CRB/DBS for their employees who work with children alone but we can not directly get one of these on ourselves.
Apparently it is illegal to ask for a check if it is not required by law. We NEVER work with children on our own so legally a check is not required.
We can send a copy if required of our last CRB but please check that you are not breaking the law by asking for the wrong paperwork.
If your organisation wishes to do any independent checks on us please feel free as we have nothing to hide. We will gladly pay for any copies of the results.
All staff are fully paid up members of Equity (Subs rate A) covered for £10m each for Public Liability with First act insurance.
If required we can send a copy of our membership cards. Brian M00261804 - Marilyn M00261802 - Mike - M00413685
Electrical testing (PAT)
To comply with legislation of specific relevance to electrical maintenance of portable appliances. We regularly self test all electrical equipment relevant to the Health & Safety at Work Act 1974, the Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999, the Electricity at Work Regulations 1989, the Workplace (Health, Safety and Welfare) Regulations 1992 and the Provision and Use of Work Equipment Regulations 1998. (PAT test)
All electrical items are tested annually and are visually tested at every venue before use.
All items tested marked with pass sticker.
All electrical items are passed through an RCD power breaker
Date of last test January 2014
Please Note:- When working outside and a lot of cases inside we only ever use a safe 12 volt portable P/A system.
We are a husband and wife team with over 36 years experience in entertaining children and so far (touch wood)
We have never had any serious problems...... But!!!!!
In this day and age it seems that there are too many people willing to sue for the slightest misdemeanour
so we have tried to cover ourselves with the actions below.
We always try to operate in a safe and secure manner and wish to point that we are entertainers not baby sitters or childminders.
Children can be unpredictable and we cannot be held accountable for accidents out of our control.
WE DO NOT WORK WITH UNSUPERVISED CHILDREN
Parents and organisations are solely responsible for the children that we have been booked to entertain.
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