Hi, welcome to silkysteps, if it helps you could add more detail to the plan eg. fire extingusher, blanket & if possible fire alarm positions. Plug sockets, storage cupboards, shelving, display boards, wet dry play areas, sinks, food preparation area, cooker/fridge/kettle, notice where and how leads travel from appliance to plug maybe in an ICT area?
Demonstate would be to show your tutor/assessor when they visit to observe you :)
Off site hazards involve:
Animals & Insects
Find out how risk assessments are done in your setting, the documents used, when your annual review happens and how they're monitored eg. ongoing, assessments updated via meetings, review, after structural change to the building or where items have been newly added to the room, moved or removed - step five from HSE
and FAQ How do I do a risk assessment
A policy procedure will contain details for how your setting conducts risk assessment for outdoor visits & trips and will involve requesting an assessment from the place you'll be visiting or undertaking an assessment by walking the route/area prior to the visit.
Prominent features of this will be parked car door mirrors forthe height of young children, places to cross roads, location of public toilets, ratios of adults - top & tailing a group or line of children and time before the outing to address safety awareness - eg. staying together where appropriate, places to meet up & times, where walking in a formation maybe give dog poop warnings, keeping in touch - ensure everyone can keep in touch by giving out a contact phone number of an adult on the outing.
Do you know how to alert others to fire
Have you taken part in a fire drill
Do you know who any named safety officers are in your setting
Do you know how to report a broken toy, slippery steps, toilet needing cleaning ..
Identifying potential hazards is about alertness, common sense and the confidence to know why it is a hazard and know how to manage & report it professionaly.
Hth, the search page
will help find other posts for this unit and if you have one, a candidate handbook
will support your research.
Enjoy the site xx