With regard to this document Isami
Ryu Martial Arts Academy is herein referred to as IRMAA
IRMAA has a duty of care to
provide so far as is reasonably practical, safe methods of training within a healthy environment while assessing the risks
inherent in training and developing within the various styles of Martial Arts.
will be reviewed at an interval of not more than 14 months.
2. Aims and objectives
To provide proper Health and Safety arrangements with regard to planning, organisation, leadership, control, monitoring,
review and reporting
To ensure that all members, instructors and other officials of IRMAA
are fully aware of any legal requirements which may impinge in some way on the practise of their art
To establish right and proper procedure for and emergency, injury or other serious event which may occur in the course
of Martial Arts
Instructor or other responsible person nominated by the Chief Instructor must undertake a risk assessment of the premises
used and activities undertaken (an example of a suitable risk assessment is available for all IRMAA instructors)
The Chief Instructor must be ensure that at all times Martial Arts is being taught or practiced that a
qualified first aider is on hand.
That all those involved in teaching are appropriately
insured, qualified, CRB checked and otherwise proficient in what is being practiced under their remit.
26th February 2013