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Titan Kids & Teens Risk Map
Identifying potential hazards
Space - sufficient space to program workouts
Covid is still here. We ensure the gym is cleaned regularly, all equipment is wiped down and sanitised after each class.
There is hand sanitiser in the gym, and hand washing liquid.
Members with Covid symptoms or who test positive as asked to remain at home and not attend any sessions.
Surfaces (internal floor)
Internal flooring has rubber mats, regularly cleaned and checked for trip hazards.
Surfaces (external floor and entry to the gym) - potential trip risk
Entry to the gym when shutters are down has a trip hazard.
External surfaces uneven.
Business Units around the gym
There are other businesses operating in the same location (separate units)
Cars come in and out the car park regularly, we ensure all kids and teens are safe whilst using the outside area.
Rowing Machines, Ski Erg and Assault (Erg) Bikes
Equipment is regularly maintained.
Training to use equipment provided and monitored during workouts
Dumbbells (varying weights)
Kettlebells (varying weights)
20kg, 15kg, 10kg and lighter bars
Weight plates (varying weights)
Sandbags (varying weights)
Dropping equipment onto the body
Catching equipment between fingers/hands
Incorrect/poor technique or improper use (skeletal injuries)
Misuse/incorrect use of the equipment could cause injury.
Use of this equipment would be limited to either light weights (with training and monitoring during workouts) or excluded if deemed unsafe.
Demonstrations of proper use and technique are carried out before and during workouts.
Additional Equipment (including at heights)
Rig (pull-up movements) - fall risk
Gymnastic Rings (high and low heights) - fall risk
Ropes (at height) and battle ropes - fall risk
All rig, ring and rope (at height) workouts are limited to abilities (scaled for less experienced kids/teens) to ensure safe use. Soft mats provided to reduce the impact of potential falls.
Irresponsible behaviour is not tolerated.
Wooden Boxes (20” and 24”)
Soft Plyo Boxes
Trip risk (falling onto/over the boxes)
Training and monitoring during workouts to ensure safe use including using soft plyo boxes to reduce injury risks.
Pull-ups on the rig/rings (assisted only in large groups)
Toes to bar on the rig/rings(not in use for large groups)
Squats (bodyweight and with weight)
Box Jumps or step-ups/step-overs (incl. with weight)
Lunges (bodyweight and with weight)
Rope Climbs (not in use with large groups)
Handstand push-ups (scaled and as prescribed)
Handstand walks (not in use with large groups)
Wall-balls (medicine ball movements)
Sandbag over shoulder
Dumbbell movements (presses, ground to overhead movements)
All movements have the potential risk of dropping equipment onto the body if improper technique is used.
All movements have the potential for skeletal issues if improper technique is used. (back, knee, shoulder)
Box jumps/step-ups/step-overs have the potential risk of falls, scrapes and grazes to the shins
Rope Climbs have the potential risk of falls (from height) and rope burns to hands, legs and shins) if improper technique is used. This exercise is restricted and not used in large groups. Soft mats are provided to reduce the impact of potential falls.
Handstand movements (walks or push-ups) have the risk of falls on the head and neck - careful monitoring. Only scaled versions of this exercise are used in large groups - handstand walks are not used in large groups.
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