FOLLOW THE PROCEDURES OF THE SETTING FOR REPORTING AND RECORDING ACCIDENTS AND EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
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FOLLOW THE PROCEDURES OF THE SETTING
FOR REPORTING AND RECORDING ACCIDENTS AND EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
All accidents must be recorded in a Record of First Aid Treatment book. A copy of this is kept by each first aid box. All details need to be filled in, including any treatment given. A letter is sent to parents about what to look for in head injuries, if needed.
FIRST AID BOXES
PERSON RESPONSIBLE FOR SUPPLIES
An appointed member of staff is responsible for checking the first aid boxes on a regular basis and for placing orders to replenish stock. All staff are…show more content…
Staff sill promptly but calmly round up all pupils to take register.
All available staff will conduct a thorough search of the premises and notify the Head teacher immediately if the child is found.
A thorough check of all exits to be made to ensure all gates/doors was locked and there is no way a child could have left the school.
If something is discovered this needs to be reported to the Headteacher immediately.
Staff will begin a search of the area immediately and CCTV camera reviewed.
If the child is not found after 10 minutes from the initial report of them missing then the parents need to be notified. The Head or next senior member of staff will ring the police. When contacting the parent/carers please ask them to bring a recent photo of the child.
If the missing child has any special medical or learning needs then these need to be noted and disclosed to the police or other agencies.
MISSING CHILD WHILST OFF SCHOOL PREMISES
Visit leader must ensure safety of remaining pupils. At least 2 staff must stay with remaining pupils.
All other available staff must search for the missing child.
Visit leader should contact school immediately.
If the child is not found within 5 minutes visit leader must phone the police.
Visit leader should alert school that the police have been contacted and school will contact parents.