Chapter 2 – How to avoid risks on farm visits?

Consider, if safer systems of work/play/activity are adopted? (e.g. by establish a procedure or set of rules, providing information and skills through training).

You will find general tips to avoiding risky situations in the following checklist “Guidance to avoid risky situations”.

Remember, the farmer and teachers should supervise all children during the visit, especially during hand washing in order to make sure that each child washes their hands thoroughly. Site staff may be able to help with this supervision. Allow plenty of time for hand washing before eating or leaving the site so that the children do not have to rush.

Checklist: Avoid risky situations

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