UrRISK03_rjs5125, cjm5276

UrRISK03_rjs5125, cjm5276 - UrRISK03 1 UrRISK#03 Table # 2...

Info iconThis preview shows pages 1–4. Sign up to view the full content.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon

Info iconThis preview has intentionally blurred sections. Sign up to view the full version.

View Full DocumentRight Arrow Icon
This is the end of the preview. Sign up to access the rest of the document.

Unformatted text preview: UrRISK03 1 UrRISK#03 Table # 2 and 4 Ron Stellabotte / rjs5125 / Table 2 Corey McWilliams / cjm5276 / Table 4 SRA 311 Fall 2010 IV. Threat Statement Through the course of our research, we have uncovered three potential liability threat sources. First, not having a lifeguard on duty, second, Pool Chemical Tech, and third, the pool designer, all of which pose a significant liability risk. Not having a lifeguard on duty increases the likelihood of a patron drowning and in turn increases the potential liability for the hotel (Branche). A lifeguard also acts as an authority to enforce rules and prevent unsafe behavior, as well as limit access to the pool to patrons of the hotel. If a person would drown, it would hurt the hotels reputation. The pool chemical technician is responsible for making sure the chemicals that keep the pool water clean are administered correctly (The Pennsylvania State University). An uncertified chemical technician may not treat the water well enough to prevent water borne pathogens. Conversely, an uncertified chemical technician my put too many or the incorrect combination and cause swimmers to be injured by the chemicals The pool design also has a significant impact on pool safety in that if the slope from the shallow end to the deep end is unsafe or the building materials used were not specified properly (APSP). Further, an error in the specifications of the pool size could cause an unsafe environment if the size puts the pool too close to sidewalks where people can accidentally fall in and drown. Threat- Source Motivation Threat Actions No Lifeguard Unwillingness to pay for Not helping victims Cut in pay Lack of responsibility during shifts Disregard for guest safety Allowing non-guests into the pool Allowing partying or other unruly behavior at the pool Uncertified Chemical Technician Induce health issues Not putting enough chemicals in to treat water Discontent for management Putting too many chemicals in to treat water Curiosity Keeping water wrong temperature Blackmail Abusing the chemicals/costing company money Unqualified Pool Designer Unfamiliar with pool design Poor construction materials could lead to faulty pool Non-specific about materials Pool could have design that is unwise with water Pool designers ego Slope from shallow to deep end unsafe for children Other building schedules to do Dimensions of pool could be incorrect UrRISK03 1 V. Risk Assessment Results Observations Observation 1: The likelihood of drowning is 35% higher without a lifeguard (Branche)....
View Full Document

Page1 / 10

UrRISK03_rjs5125, cjm5276 - UrRISK03 1 UrRISK#03 Table # 2...

This preview shows document pages 1 - 4. Sign up to view the full document.

View Full Document Right Arrow Icon
Ask a homework question - tutors are online