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Does anyone have a risk assessment/policy for intruders that they wouldn't mind sharing with me? Thank you in advance! Rose

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Hi!

 

I'm sorry, Rose, this isn't quite what you want, but how about " If you don't want a swift right hook followed by various blunt objects, do not enter" ?? :o

 

I take it you are after a Risk Assessment/Policy when it may be feared there is an intruder?? My suggestion is that is surely clearer or safer to stress the need to 'ring 999 and stress you are a setting caring for children' in staff handbooks, info around the setting etc?

 

Sue

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The nursery I'm with now have had 2 occassions when they have had a 'lock down'. Both times involved all entrances to the nursery being locked due to a parent who might or might not be about to arrive with aggression in mind. They also have a rule that when on early or late shift there is always at least two members of staff.

 

How about thinking about what you would do with the children if someone should gain entry. Is there a back door, can you go somewhere safe while waiting for police, are valuables and confidential records locked away during the sessions?

 

Personally if there was an intruder and there were no children present I'd run. :o

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