Work Task List
Company:
Location
Oasis Coffee Bar
BCLC
Department:
People
Staff, volunteers and young
people
Youth
Equipment
Location: Oasis Coffee Bar
Activities
Micro-wave oven x2
Heating up Pizza and chips
Till
Sink & taps
Steriliser
Kettle
Tables
Chairs
Fridge & chiller
Hot Drinks machine
Toaster
Toasty / Panini machine
Knives, forks, spoons, plates, cups
Wii, xbox or laptops
Taking money
Washing up ready for steriliser
Sterilising cups, plates, cutlery etc.
Making tea, coffee & hot chocolate
Food and drinks put on them
Sitting on them
Keeping food/drinks cool
Making speciality coffees, tea, hot chocolate
Making toast
Making toasties
Eating and drinking
Using games consoles or laptops
Hazard Checklist
Company:
Work Activity
BCLC
Heating up pizza / chips
The food could be heated up the wrong
temperature
Plate can get hot from food
Hot surface
Volunteers, staff and youth
Up to 25 total
Person serving and receiving plated food
The person getting the food out of the microwave.
yes
A leader could get their fingers caught in the till
drawer
A leader could burn them-selves on the hot tap or
cut them-selves on a sharp object.
A leader could cut themselves on a sharp object
such as a knife or get their finger trapped in the
door. A burn could also be sustained by the hot
surfaces. Slipping from dropping dishes
A leader could burn themselves or somebody else
on the kettle or hot water
Somebody could trip on them or fall off them –
please see youth slips, trips and falls risk
assessment.
Food could be stored at the wrong temperature
A leader could get burnt or electrocuted by the
toaster.
A person could cut themselves on a knife or hurt
themselves with a fork, glasses and cups
A person could trip over the cables or be
electrocuted.
The leader using the till
yes
The person washing up
yes
The leader loading the steriliser
yes
The leader using the kettle or leaders
behind the counter.
All users
yes
The person consuming the food.
The leader using the toaster/ Panini
machine or leaders behind the counter
The user of the knife and fork, glasses and
cups
The user of the games console/laptop and
others in the room.
yes
yes
Serving hot food
Micro-wave oven
Taking money in the till
Washing up
Using the steriliser
Using the kettle
Table & Chairs
Fridge & Chiller
Toaster / Panini machine
Eating and drinking
Using the wii, xbox or laptops
Risk assessment form
Department:
Youth
Description of the hazard
Location: Oasis Coffee Shop
Number and occupation of people
Risk assessment
affected
recommended
yes
yes
yes
yes
yes
Company:
Work activity
Heating up pizza /
chips
Micro-wave oven
Department:
Hazard, hazardous event
and expected consequence
The food could be heated up the
wrong temperature and either cause
someone to burn their mouth and eat
food that is overcooked or cause
them to become ill through eating
under-cooked food. It would also be
contaminated by germs on the hands
of the leader preparing it.
Hot surfaces and hot food could
cause burns.
The till operator (a leader) could get
Taking money in the their finger caught in the till and
till
cause a cut or bruise.
Washing up
Ready for steriliser
A person could burn themselves from
water from the hot tap resulting in a
burn. They could also cut themselves
on a sharp object in the sink resulting
in a cut.
Location:
People affected
Assessment of risk
Likelihood
level
Occupation
Youth, volunteers or
staff consuming the
food.
Number
Up to 25 in the coffee
shop at one time
The leader using the
microwave oven and
the person receiving
the plate.
Up to 25 in the coffee
shop at one time.
Occupation
The leader using the
till.
Number Up to 8
Occupation
Consequence
level
Risk level
2
4
8
2
3
6
1
2
2
2
3
6
1
3
3
The person doing the
washing up.
Number Up to 8
leaders per night.
Using the steriliser
A leader could cut them-selves on a
sharp object or get their finger caught
in the door resulting in a bruise or
The leader loading
the steriliser
Up to 8 leaders per
Are risk controls
required?
Food will only be prepared
by leaders who have passed
their food hygiene
certificate. Cooking
instructions will be followed
and hands will be washed
thoroughly before preparing
food.
Leaders with their hygiene
certificate will be provided
with oven gloves to handle
hot surfaces. Those ecieiving
food will be warned of the
hot surfaces.
The till will only be operated
by leaders who have
received training in how to
use it properly and will be
warned of this danger.
Washing up will not start
until the taps have stopped
running and a suitable
temperature for washing
dishes is in the sink. Sharp
objects will be washed up 1
at a time and only put in the
sink by the person washing
up.
Leaders will be shown how
to safely use the steriliser
and warned of the dangers.
Using the kettle
Fridge & chiller
broken finger, burns form hot dishes
A leader could burn themselves or
somebody else when using the kettle
and with the hot water held within
the kettle
Food could be stored at the wrong
temperature and could go off and be
dangerous to eat.
session
The leader using the
1
kettle and leaders
behind the counter
Up to 3 leaders
behind the counter at
one time.
Those staff,
1
volunteers or youth
eating food.
3
3
A maximum of 3 leaders will
be allowed behind the
counter at any one time to
minimise congestion.
5
5
1
4
4
2
3
6
The temperature of the
fridge and chiller are
checked daily by the staff of
the coffee shop and it is
logged by them on the
relevant form. Thermostat is
kept in the draw under the
till
Only leaders who have
received an induction as to
how to properly use the
drinks machine will be
allowed to use it.
Leader and receiver to take
care when handling. Leader
to warn receiver to handle
with care
1
5
5
Leaders will be shown how
to set the toaster so that
they do not need to fiddle
with it once they have
pushed the button down.
2
4
8
Leader will be shown how to
use the machine properly
and only those that have
Up to 25 in the coffee
shop at one time
Drinks machine
A leader could get burnt by the drinks
machine.
Serving hot drinks
Cup and drink will be hot when
served
Toaster
A leader could get burnt or
electrocuted by the toaster.
The leader using the
drinks machine.
Up to 8 leaders per
session.
The leader serving
the hot drink and the
person receiving the
hot drink
Up to 8 leaders per
session
The leader using the
toaster
Up to 8 per session
Toasty / panini
machine
A leader could get burnt by either the
machine or the hot food from the
toasty machine
The leader using the
toaster
Up to 8 per session
Eating & drinking
Using the wii, xbox
or laptops
A person could cut themselves with a
knife or with a fork.
The user of the knife
and fork
A person could trip over the cables or
be electrocuted.
Up to 25 in the coffee
shop at one time
The user of the
games
console/laptop and
others in the room.
2
2
4
2
5
10
Up to 25 in the coffee
shop at one time
Date:
Assessors name:
signature:
23/07/12
Review period:
Rob McAvoy
Position:
Date received 27 / 6 / 2012
Date assessment finalised 27/ 6 / 2012
Date on next review 3 / 6 / 2013
food hygiene certificate and
been shown how to use it
will be allowed to use it.
People eating in the coffee
shop will be told to sit down
and eat, eat with care and
not rush their food.
To ensure congestion is not
caused, only 2 of the 3 listed
pieces of equipment will be
set up at one time. Cables
will be safely laid out of the
way of walk ways. Extension
lead sockets will not be left
exposed but tucked under
tables out of the way.
date of next review:
Youth/Sports Co-ordinator
health and safety manager’s signature:
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