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If a particular risk is so significant that it cannot be ignored, then the employer need take no more action. Even if the risk is more than insignificant, it may be that practical difficulties, and the costs involved in addressing that risk are so great that it would not be reasonably practicable to take those steps. However, there may be some cases where although the costs are great, so is the risk and it is, therefore, reasonable to expect the employer to incur those costs. The risk assessment process involves not only teachers, but also pupils.
Risk assessment is a term used widely as a loose description for the process of managing risk. Risk assessment, risk management and risk control are sometimes used interchangeably. • ‘Risk management’ should be the umbrella term given to the whole process of identifying risks and then taking action to eliminate them. • ‘Risk assessment’ should be the term given to the exercise of identifying the hazards and calculating the risks. • ‘Risk control’ should be the term given to taking action to eliminate the risk.
However, it has become more established that schools have a responsibility in the provision of education (Gold and Szemerenyi, 1997). An example of the latter is where a school has failed to identify a pupil’s particular learning difficulties and needs, and whether those involved had exercised the skills that could reasonably have been expected from professionals of their standing with the information at their disposal (p. 200). I have already mentioned Whitney (1997) who drew our attention to the out-of-court settlement by a school in the London Borough of Richmond in response to his allegations that they had failed to deal with bullying against him.
The Advantage of Theft over Honest Toil by Joseph Agassi