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|Product Name:||Portable Most Popular Fence Panel Horse Satbles Panels Shelter Victoria||Surface Treatment:||Hot Dip Galvanized|
|Frame And Middle Brack:||SHS 50x50mm||Length:||3000mm, 3600mm, 3800mm, 4000mm|
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The previous chapters introduced the subject and provided an overview of the legal framework and obligations. Key to meeting those obligations is the process of risk analysis/ profiling, of which determination of those exposed to the risk and identification of the hazardous situations are critical. This chapter draws on that theme by providing guidance on typical ‘at risk groups’, hazards associated with riding establishments and typical risks that remain after normal controls are put in place. Firstly the groups of individuals at risk are identified.
Staff include full and part time paid employees and those undertaking voluntary work. In terms of applying health and safety legislation a verbal contract rather than a written one is sufficient to demonstrate an employer/employee relationship. Generally employees that are a member of the same family as the employer are covered by the legislative requirements. Staff roles vary considerably, from assistance with handling or riding horses, mucking out stables, grooming, preparing for lessons, to instructing and administration. Many of the assistants and volunteers, particularly in the riding school environment will be teenagers, parents and children. It is a legal requirement under the Management Regulations that specific, rather than generic risk assessments are undertaken of young people (defined as under the age of 18) and children (below minimum school leaving age) to reflect their vulnerability and inexperience.
This may include people keeping their horses at livery, children (including young persons) and other people visiting livery yards/watching riding lessons etc. There is likely to be a vast array of experience, from competent riders to those completely unfamiliar with horses and the associated risks. Again they will be representative of all sectors of the community with regard to age, sex, disability. Children/Young people and those unaccustomed to horses may need particular protection under the safety management system due to their lack of understanding/experience of the hazards associated with horses and the riding school/livery yard environment. There is also an obligation to protect trespassers.Contractors In the context of riding establishments/livery yards, the contractors that are likely to visit on a frequent basis include vets, farriers or blacksmiths, suppliers of feed and bedding, maintenance contractors, and field contractors (to cut hay, maintain hedges and ditches). Whilst some would have knowledge and awareness of the relevant risks there are still steps that proprietors can take to control the risks. Other contractors may have no such awareness. Having identified broad groups of individuals who may be exposed to risks during riding school/livery yard activities it is useful to focus in more depth on the types of hazards that they might be exposed to.
The product details:
|1. Length||3000mm, 3600mm, 3800mm, 4000mm|
|2. Height||1800mm, 2200mm, 2400mm|
|3. Standing Post||OD115mm|
|4. Frame and middle brack||SHS 50x50mm|
|5. surface treatment||Hot-dipped galvanized/ (black, green, red etc) powder coatding|
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