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Health and Safety Advice for Visitors and Volunteers

Health & Safety Advice



In the event of a fire alarm sounding continuously at any time, you must leave the building immediately using the nearest fire exit – clearly marked with a green
and white sign. There are fire notices around the school to inform you of your nearest assembly point. Take time to ensure that you know where to go.



In the event of an accident, please advise a member of staff who will enlist the help of a trained first aider. If you have a medical condition which you would like us to be aware of, so that we can offer some help should it become necessary, please inform a member of staff on arrival. An accident form should always be completed
by the first aider treating you.



Please sign the visitor’s book at the main entrance and wear a visitor’s badge whilst in school. Please keep all handbags and valuables with you at all times unless working in a classroom where you can keep it in a designated area.
If you leave the building for a short time, please exit through reception, informing the staff as you go and signing out. Please do not prop open any doors whi
ch could leave access to unauthorised individuals.



In order to maintain a healthy and safe environment , smoking is not permitted within the school or its grounds.
Please respect our no smoking policy in line with Coventry City Council.



If you are bringing materials covered by COSHH regulation onto site, please leave a copy with the office. If unsure you can speak to a member of the office staff.


These details have been provided to make sure you understand what is expected of you.

Please ask at reception prior to entering the premises if you are unclear about anything. Please print these details and keep them in a safe place so that you can read them again if you need to.

Stoke Primary School
Briton Road, Coventry, CV2 4LF
Telephone: (024) 76451724
Fax: (024) 76413209
E-mail School Office: office@stoke.coventry.sch.uk
Email Head Teacher: head@stoke.coventry.sch.uk

Safeguarding is of the utmost importance to us
If you have any concerns that a child is being harmed or is at risk of harm, or if you receive a disclosure you must contact a senior member of staff immediately.