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Address Environmental Risk assessments

Index 1. Arjo Bath Hoist. 2. Barbecue Safety. 3. Bath Shower Legionella risk. 4. Bath Shower water temperature. 5. Carrying Hot water (when boiler breaks down). 6. Danger from Cross infection. 7. Danger of Clients ingesting Creams or hand sanitiser. 8. Electrically operated hospital bed. 9. Electrocution Hazard. 10. Faulty Equipment Hazard. 11. Fire Hazard. 12. Hazards for Epileptic Clients including outings. 13. Hazards from Caring for clients outside care environment. 14. Microwave Safety. 15. Minibus Safety. 16. Oxford Major Electrical hoist. 17. Oxford Midi Electrical hoist. 18. Safety of Oral Swabs. 19. Slipping Hazard from wet Floors 20. Specialised Seating Equipment. 21. Staff with Medical or other conditions which may affect safety at work. 22. Tripping Hazard from Trailing wires. 23. Use of Portable Heating Appliances.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

Assessment Title. Arjo Bath Hoist. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK. STEP TWO.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner. STEP THREE.


List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

1. Loss of Power during Hoist.

Medium 1. Clients and Staff.

2. Client slipping out of hoist whilst emerged in water.

Medium 2. Clients and Staff. Particularly clients who are unable to maintain sitting position independently.

1. 2 Battery units. I in use and 1 on charge in clinical room at all times. Staff made aware of correct usage and storage 2. Safety belt to be correctly fitted at all times, instructions to remain posted on bathroom wall. Staff educated to not emerge client to deeply in water. Brakes applied during

3. Staff not trained in correct use or storage of hoist.

Medium 3. Clients and Staff.

bathing. 3. All staff to complete Manual Handling training prior to working on unit.

Organisation Name.

GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Barbecue Safety. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK. STEP TWO. Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

List Significant Hazard

STEP ONE.

-High. -Medium. -Low

List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

STEP THREE.

1. People being Burned while food being barbecued.

Low

1. Clients and Staff in immediate vicinity of barbecue when it is hot.

2. Food Poisoning.

Medium 2. Any people eating barbecued food.

1. All staff using barbecue to behave in a responsible manner and be up to date in fire safety training. Barbecue should never be left unattended when hot 2. All staff using barbecue to be up to date in basic food hygiene. All food to be probed in accordance with

3. 4.

3. 4.

legislation. 3. 4.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

Assessment Title. Bath/shower Legionella risk . Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK. STEP TWO.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

1. Colonisation of water system causing spread of legionnaires disease.

1. Clients and Staff.

1. The precautions

outlined in the ACOP and the associated guidance (HS(G)70), should be adopted for all water systems which may create a risk of legionellosis. To present a risk the system would have to incorporate water at temperatures between 20-45oC, have a nutrient supply, have areas of stagnation, have dispersal in a respirable

aerosol/spray, and also have people present within the vicinity. Such situations may include showers .

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. . Bath/shower water temperature. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Scalding from hot bathing water. 2. 3. 4. Category:- Environmental/General

Low

1. Clients

2. 3. 4.

1. All taps fitted with regulating valves these to be tested yearly or as required. 2. Staff to physically test every bath. 3. 4.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Carrying hot liquids Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Staff tripping while carrying hot liquids.

Low

1. Clients and Staff.

2. 3. 4. Category:- Environmental/General

2. 3. 4.

1. Staff to be discouraged from carrying liquids above 43c around unit. 2. Environment to be left free from clutter. 3. 4.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Danger from Cross infection. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Sources of infection body fluids waste etc.

Medium 1. Clients and Staff.

2. 3.

2. 3.

1. All staff to use universal precautions and PPE when dealing with body fluids waste etc. outbreaks to be reported and investigated. 2. All clinical waste to be processed according to protocol. 3.

4. Category:- Environmental/General

4.

4.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title: Danger of Clients ingesting Creams or hand sanitiser. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Poisoning from ingestion of creams, hand sanitiser or other topical applications. 2.

Low

1. Patients with limited mental capacity who are able to wander into other patients rooms. 2.

3. 4.

3. 4.

1. Individual risk assessment to be in place for clients that meet criteria 2. Only essential creams or lotions to be kept in clients rooms if safe to do so 3. Nurses to stock check and check expiry dates 4. Coshh data sheets to be available where

appropriate Category:- Environmental/General

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Electrically operated hospital bed.. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Harm from improper use of hospital beds. 2.

Medium 1. Clients and Staff.

2.

3.

3.

1. All staff to be trained in the use of electrically operated beds. 2. All beds to be fitted with cut-out switches to prevent unauthorised use. 3. Beds without cutout switches to prevent unauthorised use should have handset placed out of

reach if appropriate. Category:- Environmental/General

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Electrocution Hazard.. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Faulty electrical equipment causing electrocution or fire 2. 3. 4.

Medium 1. Clients, visitors and staff.

2. 3. 4.

1. All electrical equipment to be booked into inventory with serial number and date. 2. All electrical equipment to be marked with id . 3. Equipment to be safety tested yearly. 4. Equipment to be condemned according to protocol.

5. Sockets not to be overloaded and Switched off when not in use. Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title.

Faulty Assessment Review Period.

Equipment Hazard. .
Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Faulty equipment causing harm 2.

Medium 1. Clients, visitors and staff. 2.

1. All equipment to be booked into inventory with serial number and date. 2. All equipment to be marked with id .

3. 4.

3. 4.

3. Equipment to be safety tested yearly. 4. Equipment to be condemned according to protocol.

Category:- Environmental/General

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Fire Hazard.. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Fire 2.

1. Clients, visitors and staff. 2.

3. 4.

3. 4.

1. All staff to be trained in fire safety. 2. All safety equipment to be fitted and serviced according to recognised policy 3. Weekly fire drills to be carried out. 4. Staged evacuations quarterly. 5. Environment and equipment kept safe .

Category:- Environmental/General

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Hazards for Epileptic Assessment Review Period. Clients including outings. 3 Months or as required if sooner. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Harm from seizures.

Medium 1. Clients.

2. Harm from seizures while on outings or in uncontrolled environment

Medium 2. Clients and Staff.

1. Staff to be trained in epilepsy management. Medication regimens to be in place updated and followed. 2. Accompanying staff to be trained in administration of rescue medication. Staff to be aware that certain

circumstances may lead to a delay in administering rescue medication, staff to be able to ring 999. Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM
Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Hazards from Caring Assessment Review Period. for clients outside care environment. 3 Months or as required if sooner. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Clients cared for in an uncontrolled environment 2.

Medium 1. Clients, members of public and staff. 2.

1. Where possible provide 1-1 staff to client ratio for outings. 2. Use experienced staff trained in crisis prevention an

3. 4.

3. 4.

intervention. 3. Staff should be familiar with client behaviours. 4. Staff should have an awareness of health and safety issues.

Category:- Environmental/General

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Microwave Safety.. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Electrocution.

Medium

Clients and Staff.

2. Leakage of radiated waves.

Medium

Clients and Staff.

3. Food poisoning.

Medium

Clients and Staff.

1. Regular maintenance checks to be carried out and documented. 2. Door seals to be inspected monthly if repairs are required, to be done immediately by competent person. 3. Staff trained in basic food hygiene all food probed records kept.

Category:- Environmental/General

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Minibus Safety. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. General Road Traffic hazards.

Medium

Clients and Staff.

2. Risk of fire. 3. Mechanical failure.

Medium Medium

Clients and Staff. Clients and Staff.

1. Drivers competency shown by possession of appropriate license. Driver to be refreshed according to legal requirements 2. Fire extinguisher checked before and after every trip. 3. Usual safety checks mot etc . Winch and ramp to be checked before

4. Tripping and Falling

Medium

Clients and Staff.

and after every trip 4. Most risk to ambulant users. Staff to be aware of dangers from clutter.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Oxford Major Electrical hoist. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Mechanical Malfunction whilst hoist in operation

Medium

1. Clients and staff.

1. Daily hoist checks as per recognised protocol. Actuator checks as per manufactures recommendation.

2.Storage and charging

Medium

2. Clients, visitors and staff

3. Patients weight

Medium

3. Individual Clients.

2. stored safely so as not to constitute a tripping hazard or fire hazard i.e. away from fire doors. 3.Use according to manufacturers specs and individual assessment

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. . Oxford midi Electrical hoist.. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Mechanical Malfunction whilst hoist in operation

Medium

1. Clients and staff.

1.Daily hoist checks according to

2.Storage and charging

Medium

2. Clients, visitors and staff

3. Patients weight

Medium

3. Individual Clients.

recognised protocol. Actuator checks as per manufactures recommendation. 2. To be stored safely so as not to constitute a tripping hazard or fire hazard ie away from fire doors. 3 Use according to manufacturers specs and individual assessment.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Safety of Oral Swabs.. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium.

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be

-Low

you have identified.

found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Pink oral swabs have been purchased to facilitate the cleaning of tracheostomy stomas, there is a potential choking hazard if these swabs are used to provide oral hygiene if manufacturers recommendations are not adhered to. 2. 3. 4.

Medium 1. Patients receiving oral hygiene from inexperienced staff using pink sponge swabs.

2. 3. 4.

1. Recommendation is to use alternative if at all unsure. Manufacturers instructions for safe use posted in treatment room. Staff education essential. 2. 3. 4.

Category:- Environmental/General

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Slipping Hazard from wet Floors. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Slipping Hazard from wet Floors

Medium 1. Clients, visitors and staff. 2. 3. 4.

2. 3. 4. Category:- Environmental/General

1. Domestic staff to be trained in health and safety aspects of job. 2. Wet floor signs or cones to be available and used. 3. 4.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

Assessment Title. Specialised Seating Equipment. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK. STEP TWO.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

1. Falling from specialised seats.

Medium 1. Patients who have an identified need for specialised seating.

2. Obtaining damage to pressure areas.

Medium 2.

1. Chairs purchased specific designed to prevent falls i.e., tilt in space, bucket space etc. Chairs purchased with integrated lap strap facilities, lap straps used if individually risk assessed. 2. Chairs purchased wide enough to prevent damage to pressure areas and built in pressure

3. Worsening of muscular contractures

Medium 3. Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM

relieving cushions. Time spent in chair regulated according to individual risk assessment 3. Staff trained in use, footrests left down.

Name of Unit:Unit Newhouse.

Assessment Title. Staff with Medical or other conditions which may affect safety at work.. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Staff working with a condition which may be detrimental to clients safety.

Medium 1. Clients being cared for by staff with medical conditions.

1. Nurses to be aware of any limitations with carers activities and

2. Workplace activities which may make a condition worse.

Medium 2. Staff with medical conditions which could be made worse through work activity.

supervise accordingly. Carers required to behave in a manner which keeps patients safe. 2. Nurses to explain to care staff that they have a responsibility to ensure their own safety and to arrange work schedule accordingly.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Address. Assessment Title. Tripping Hazard from Trailing wires. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled.

List any actions needed.

1. Tripping over trailing wires from electrical equipment. 2.

Medium 1. Clients, visitors and staff. 2.

3. 4. Category:- Environmental/General

3. 4.

1. Staff to be made aware of the dangers from trailing wires 2. Trailing wires to be kept to a minimum and away from hoist runs etc 3. Extra sockets placed on walls if appropriatte. 4.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Newhouse. Assessment Title. Use of Portable Heating Appliances. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. Fire, Burns or electrocution Medium 1. Clients nursed in rooms from portable heating with appliances in, visitors appliances. and staff. 2. 2.

3.

3.

1. Try to avoid using portable appliances if at all possible. 2. If portable heating appliances are used staff to ensure that they are positioned safely (tripping fire). 3. All appliances used should comply with recognised safety standareds

Category:- Environmental/General

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Newhouse. Assessment Title. Arjo Bath Hoist. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. 2. 3. 4. Category:- Environmental/General

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Newhouse. Assessment Title. Arjo Bath Hoist. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. 2. 3. 4. Category:- Environmental/General

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Newhouse. Assessment Title. Arjo Bath Hoist. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. 2. 3. 4. Category:- Environmental/General

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4.

Organisation Name. GENERAL RISK ASSESSMENT FORM


Name of Unit:Unit Newhouse. Assessment Title. Arjo Bath Hoist. Date. (INSERT DATE) Name of assessor. (SIGN). Signature. RISK.
-High. -Medium. -Low

Assessment Review Period. 3 Months or as required if sooner.

STEP ONE.
List Significant Hazard

STEP TWO.
List groups of people who are at risk from the significant hazards you have identified.

STEP THREE.
List existing controls or role where information may be found. List risks which are not adequately controlled. List any actions needed.

1. 2. 3. 4. Category:- Environmental/General

1. 2. 3. 4.

1. 2. 3. 4.