Risk assessments are the fundamental tool required by any business to identify how to keep people safe. This may be staff, customers or anyone else who may be impacted by what you do.
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Below is the Template Risk Assessment. This is available to download in PDF or Word, and has advisory notes at the top explaining the use and any important information. This is a generic, basic risk assessment. It is advised that all yards should have their own bespoke, specific risk assessment for their own yard, protocols and set up for Best Practice. Below is also a link to the EEA who offer a bespoke risk assessment service within their EEA membership package.
Equestrian Employers Association (EEA) Resources
Easily create bespoke Risk Assessments using the smart tools in the Health and Safety Toolkit on the Equestrian Employers Association website.
Template Risk Assessment
The Word versions can be edited as required, particular notice should be made to the highlighted entries in the places indicated. This allows them to be tailored to your exact requirements and situation.
Additional Documents and Resources relating to Business Management including business planning, employment, risk assessments, health and safety and many more resources and information on the topic of Business Management can be found following the link below.
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This information and templates as provided above are intended to provide guidance and areas for consideration for those intending to enter into such arrangements. Anyone proposing to enter into such a written agreement should take consideration and their own legal or professional advice as to their particular circumstances.
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