Health, Safety & Risk Assessments
We take our responsibility to keep everyone safe at Ufton very seriously. We work with Quadriga Health & Safety Ltd. who are our Health and Safety consultants. We are insured by Ecclesiastical Insurance Services.
We have worked to achieve the highest standards of safety and have achieved the following kite marks:
Code of Practice for Farming
Please see details of our H&S policies and Risk Assessments:
Awarded to Ufton Court in 2014. Adventuremark is a safety accreditation scheme devised by the Adventure Activity Industry Advisory Committee for providers of adventurous activities that are outside the scope of Adventure Licensing regulations. The Adventuremark badge confirms that the holder conforms to the necessary standards of good practice in lots of different situations.
Gold Standard is AHOEC’s quality scheme, developed to go beyond the standards set by the LOtC Quality Badge, AAIAC AdventureMark and AALA. Encompassing not just safety but also the quality of service and learning, the Gold Standard logo provides assurances to participants and customers.
The British Activity Providers Association is the trade association for residential and non-residential based providers of activity programmes and activities in the UK and also where members have sites in Europe. Member centres have all agreed to abide by the BAPA Code of Practice and are committed to high standards of safety, value for money and customer service.
This is a nationally recognised indicator of good quality educational provision. The award is an accreditation scheme that assesses the quality of learning and safety by providers outside the classroom. This award assures all teachers that Ufton Court offers good quality and safe provision. Ufton Court had to demonstrate robust risk management, safeguarding and child protection measures as well as providing skilled educational staff who can truly bring a topic to life. Ufton Court was assessed and awarded the LotC quality badge in 2016.
The Sandford Award is an independently assessed, quality assured assessment of formal, curriculum-linked educational provision, offered by a broad range of heritage sites and services from across the British Isles. Recognition is also given to informal learning such as family programmes and outreach.
The scheme gives businesses a rating from 5 to 0 which is displayed at their premises and online so you can make more informed choices about where to buy and eat food. 5 is top of the scale, this means the hygiene standards are very good and fully comply with the law