Health and safety plays a big part in any work organisation,
especially in a sports organisation with all the extra equipment and
chemicals that are used for sport. The health and safety act work 1974
was replaced in 1992 and again in 1999 by the management of health and
safety at work regulations. The Management of Health and Safety at
Work Regulations 1999 outline how employers should achieve the
requirements defined under the Health and Safety at Work Act 1974.
The main requirement of these Regulations is for sports organizations
such as Gateshead stadium and St James Park to carry out an assessment
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The people that this act covers and their responsibilities:-
Ø The employers to safeguard the health, safety and welfare of
employees and non employees(customers, visitors and members of the
general public).whilst they are on the premises.
Ø Employers main duties- provide maintain plant, equipment and systems
of work which are not at risk to health.
- provide for safe storage handling and use of dangerous substances.
- Provide appropriate information and training for employees regarding
health and safety.
- Make sure the work place is checked and maintained in a safe
Ø The employees- take care of personal health and safety.
- health and safety of those who might be affected by
- co-operate with their employers to ensure requirements of the health
and safety act are met.
- Must not misuse equipment provided to maintain health and
An national governing body may represent one or more related sports
and as such they should provide rules and regulations that specify how
events involving each of these sports should be managed.
The range of facilities provided by clubs for the defined activities
and events should
be identified and their suitability assessed. The layout
and access to and egress from the facilities should be carefully
considered if the
event could attract significant numbers of spectators. For
particularly large events
it may be necessary to...