||RISK OF INJURY
||A thorough warm up will be conducted including stretching, strengthening and aerobic exercise.
||Landing on shoulder, landing on head and neck.
||Teaching correct technique should prevent injuries.
||Proper padded mats used until technique is good. Elbow pads useful.
||Landing on head or neck. Twisting ankles or knees.
||Teaching correct technique should prevent injuries. Spotting trainees to avoid bad landings.
||Check equipment regularly.
||Connecting with punches or kicks causing injury.
||Teaching students to keep a safe distance, slow rehearsal, keep eye contact. Aware of others in close proximity.
||Allow plenty of space between students.
||Sharp end jabbing eyes. Connecting with opponents body with sword.
||Teaching correct technique should prevent injuries. Keep safe distance between groups. No aiming at face.
||Weapons checked for splinters, no sharp points.
||Falling awkwardly or missing landing area and injuring body.
||Start low and work up when technique is good. Spotters around mat. Teach good technique.
||Check equipment regularly. Allow everyone to progress at own rate.
||Incorrect attachment causing a fall or rope burn.
||Teach correct safety procedures and technique. Follow safety rules.
||Check equipment regularly, Double check each other before descent.
||Possibility of landing awkwardly after aerial technique. Wire can pull too tightly across body.
||Protective Padding under harness, Adequate padded mats around landing area. Ensure harness fitted correctly. Gloves for rope pullers.
||Lock off rope to keep spreader bar above head height.
||Motorcycling can be hazardous when falling off or driving into obstacles.
||All training should be graduated. Practice on soft ground. Wear helmet, protective armour and knee pads. One rider per instructor.
||Maintain Bike regularly. Correct fitting protective wear.
||Driver may loose control and slide off the track or hit an obstacle.
||Training to be graduated. A driver to perform only what is instructed. Seatbelts always to be worn.
||Skidpan to be well maintained. Cars to be in good condition, check tyres, steering and brakes.
||Performer could be burned if exposed to flame, or in the heat too long.
||All skin to be covered with fire retardant clothing. Correct safety procedures followed. Never breathe while head engulfed in flames. Don’t burn more than 30 secs.
||Safety team & performer to rehearse thoroughly before burns. 3 methods of extinguishing as backups.
||Performer could hit the car wrongly or land awkwardly, causing injury. Could slide legs under car when coming off bonnet.
||Practice on stationary car until technique correct. Adequate protective padding to be worn. Land on feet before tumbling away from car.
||Driver to stick to slow and constant speeds. Performer to only try car hits when confident.
||Performer could hit head while tumbling down stair. Possible to get legs stuck outside stairs while falling.
||Full protective pads to be worn for rehearsals. Correct technique practiced gradually. Pad stairs when possible.
||Safety people along side rails to stop legs protruding during falls.
||Landing awkwardly causing back injury, ear perforation or bruising.
||Correct technique taught at graduated heights. Wetsuits worn when possible.
||Only progress to higher platform when technique correct from lower height.
||Landing awkwardly causing injury. Bouncing off trampoline when landing badly.
||Correct technique taught with graduated difficulty. Use throw mat when possible for landing when learning new skills.
||Practice technique into foam pit when possible. Spotters around tramp for safety.
||Failure of equipment may cause a fall.
||Ensure harnesses re-fitted correctly. Double check attachments and harness. Rehearse belay safety.
||Regular maintenance of cables, ropes and attachments.
||Person being ratcheted can land awkwardly causing injury.
||Rehearse with power being graduated. Protective padding worn when possible. Landing area padded when possible.
||Adjust pick point for required aerial travel.
||Trainee may hit head or body parts on window or edges, causing injury.
||Breakaway window tested for functionality. Correct technique taught to protect head and body.
||Landing mats used when possible. Maintain breakaway window regularly.
|NINJA OBSTACLE COURSE
||Landing on shoulder. Landing on head and neck. Twisting ankle.
||Teaching correct technique should prevent injuries. Slow progression where possible.
||Proper padded mats where necessary. Spotting / assisting with balance and climbing if needed.