Risk Assessment

Hazard People at risk Action taken Notes
Electric shock Performer and assistants Carry out visual check on electrical equipment before use. Do not perform with bare wires, faulty plugs etc. Do not permit liquid near the electrical equipment
       
Tripping and falling Public and entertainers Keep area tidy. Do not lay cable in walk ways unless covered or taped down. Make sure everybody present has a clear exit out of the space Event organiser must ensure the performers have an enclosed, dedicated space to sing in. Event organiser must ensure there is adequate space for both entertainers and the public for this activity
 
Dancing 
Hazard People at risk Action taken Notes
Bumps and knocks from overcrowding (eg bumping into each other, tripping over each other) Public Make sure each person has sufficient personal space and a clear path out of the activity space should they need to exit
 
Games
Hazard People at risk Action taken Notes
Aggravation of or injury as a result of preexisting medical conditions Children Parents and guardians must supervise games and not permit their child to participate with any activity they are physically or emotionally at risk by playing
       
Tripping, slipping and falling Public and entertainers Keep area tidy. Do not lay cable in walk ways unless covered or taped down. Do not play games on potentially slippy surfaces. Do not play games where there are objects to trip over Event organiser must ensure there is a dedicated, safe space to play games in
     
Weather conditions
If outside 
Booking 
Children and entertainers If games are being played outside, make sure the children are supervised at all times by parents 
 
Balloon Modelling
Hazard People at risk Action taken Notes
Choking on latex from burst balloons Younger Children Do not give balloons directly to children under three (give to parent or guardian). Tell children not to put balloons in their mouths. Do not inflate by mouth as children may copy. Pick up and safely dispose of burst balloons Parents are responsible for supervising their children when playing with balloons
     
Damaged ear drums People very close when a balloon pops Keep a clear space between the balloon modeller and spectators. Do not inflate balloons close to people’s ears.



Hazard People at risk Action taken Notes
Trapped fingers, bumps, knocks and scrapes when setting up Children Keep children away when setting up. Do not allow children “back stage” or to assist with props
     
Electric shock Performer and assistants Carry out visual check on electrical equipment before use. Do not perform with bare wires, faulty plugs etc. Do not permit liquid near the electrical equipment
     
Injury caused by falling objects Staff and public Ensure backdrops, tables and props are secure. Do not allow staff and public into the performance area unless invited by DJ 
     
Choking Younger children Do not give small prizes, balloons, or objects to children under the age of three
     
Tripping and falling  Public and entertainers Keep area tidy. Store boxes and bags neatly without risk of them falling or being walked into. Keep walk ways clear. Do not lay cable in walk ways unless covered or taped down Event organiser must ensure the performers have an enclosed, dedicated space to work in
Bouncy castles ( indoors use only ) 
Hazard People at risk Action taken Notes
Bouncy castle heavy to lift and move  Those who are transporting and putting up and down could injure backs  At least 2 people to move the castle and use trolley when possible at all times  make sure staff are fully aware 
       
Long electric cable  Those who are setting up and party guests  Secure the power cable to the ground use tape if needed and 
Make sure area is not accessible to children 
Venue must ensure the electrical supply is safe
     
Larger children on castle  Smaller children could get injured  Children will be monitored by entertainer and parents to insure children are safe at all times , ( parents are responsible for there children as present the whole time 
     
Children jumping off the front of the bouncy castle  Children could be seriously injured  Crash mats to the bouncy castle will he provided for safety and monitored 

Additional Extras can be added to any of our party packages if it's not included already:

Popcorn £25 (up to 20 children then £1 per child after)
Cupcakes 20 for £20
Snow Cone ice machines £25
Glitter tattoos £50 (up to 20 children then £1 per child after)
Sweet Cones £1.50
Lucky dip wrapped presents £3.00 each
Bouncy Castle £50

Note:

All deposits are non refundable.
All prices are based on Portsmouth area, other areas will occur a surcharge please email for advice.

Disclaimer:

Packages that contain a bouncy castle is the hirers responsibility to Insure the safety of all guests when using the bouncy castle at all times .

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