Health and Safety
Environmental Education Project Activities
We are inspected regularly for health and safety compliance by the local Local Education Authorities and have the Learning Outside the Classroom Quality Badge.
We follow up to date guidance from Derbyshire County Council and South Derbyshire District Council on what hygiene measures should be in place around the Centre itself to minimise any risk to visitors and staff.
Check with your LEA as sometimes this endorsement of our activities and policies will reduce your own paperwork for planning a visit – if we lead your activities.
For most activities, LEAs ask you to check with providers that the education activities have been risk assessed, which we can confirm. We also follow South Derbyshire District Council’s child protection policy and all fire regulations.
Self-led groups on site need to carry out a pre-visit to do their own risk assessment – although you are welcome to use ours as a starting point. As part of your planning, you must book your groups into our diary before you book a coach and make sure you have adequate plans for wet / cold / hot weather, lunch arrangements and bag storage. There is a self-led group information pack on the School and Groups page.
Our general Education Session Risk Assessment can be downloaded here. Session specific risk assessments are available on request.
Follow our Environmental Education Project Team: #RoslistonEnvEd on Twitter and
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