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Would it be useful if an expert helped with risk assessments for all school trips?

Discussion in 'Primary' started by AlexKeaneOnTour, Jan 25, 2011.

  1. Dear TES Connect Members,

    I work for a company which specialises in offering a full service travel program to schools and sporting clubs.
    As a part of our service we offer an in-depth risk assessment for all trips, so teachers don't need to worry about the Health and Safety aspects of the paperwork, it's all done for you by our expert team.
    The Risk Assessment document is something which has been produced internally to help teachers. We worked with LEAs and several schools to ensure it goes above and beyond what each school requires.
    My question is this: Would such a service be of use?
    I am new to this market, I come from a corporate travel background. So I wanted to hear from teachers who take trips away, to ask whether the risk assessment is of use? Is the risk side of things something teachers are concerned with? Is it a hassle?
    Also, any feedback on what annoys you most about the travel companies you've used in the past? and, what we can offer to help teachers? The more we know, the more we can provide.
    Any feedback you could offer would be much appreciated.
    Many thanks
    Alex
     
  2. Dear TES Connect Members,

    I work for a company which specialises in offering a full service travel program to schools and sporting clubs.
    As a part of our service we offer an in-depth risk assessment for all trips, so teachers don't need to worry about the Health and Safety aspects of the paperwork, it's all done for you by our expert team.
    The Risk Assessment document is something which has been produced internally to help teachers. We worked with LEAs and several schools to ensure it goes above and beyond what each school requires.
    My question is this: Would such a service be of use?
    I am new to this market, I come from a corporate travel background. So I wanted to hear from teachers who take trips away, to ask whether the risk assessment is of use? Is the risk side of things something teachers are concerned with? Is it a hassle?
    Also, any feedback on what annoys you most about the travel companies you've used in the past? and, what we can offer to help teachers? The more we know, the more we can provide.
    Any feedback you could offer would be much appreciated.
    Many thanks
    Alex
     

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