The People’s Comedy believes that consideration of the health, safety and welfare of both acts and audience members is an integral part of the management process. The provision of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974. associated Codes of Practice and other relevant Directives will be adopted as required standards within the TPC.
age, disability, gender reassignment, marriage and civil partnership, pregnancy and maternity, race, religion or belief, sex, and sexual orientation.
Anybody working for TPC must conduct themselves in a professional capacity, ensuring that nobody’s rights are put at risk and those in attendance are safe.
· standards laid down in the policy;
· departmental guidelines;
· relevant regulations;
· environmental factors;
· staff/volunteer attitudes;
· staff/volunteer instructions;
· methods of work;
· contingency plans;
· recording and provision of information about accidents and hazards and the assessment of risk.
The responsibility for ensuring that audit activity is carried out as part of this policy rests with TPC’s lead organisers and will be carried out by the health and safety representative at the venue in question.
1. Identify the hazards
2. Decide who might be harmed and how
3. Evaluate the Risks and decide on precautions
4. Record the findings and implement the precautions
5. Review the assessment and update when necessary
The People’s Comedy will support Safety Representatives in carrying out their role and give all reasonable assistance.