Yes, absolutely, AGBs assessment is an example.Thats only an example risk assessment. You're supposed to write your own. Whoever wrote that obviously has shares in JVD. Whatever sort of pins you use or can get, write that into your risk assessment
Use that RA as a starting point. Take out any hazards not applicable to your club and add any that you think apply to you that aren't in the example. For example, take out the one about toilets if your club doesn't have any. Add one about cross contamination from door handles if your kit is stored in a shared cupboard. Etc etc.
Think about risks "Risks", how risky they are (score 1-6) and how to mitigate them "Controls", and what that new risk score is (1-6). If the risk is still 5 or 6 then you need to be doing better; think about how to mitigate the risk better or avoid the activity completely. If you can't eliminate 5s and 6s then it's too risky to shoot.
The one about "own target faces to be used" is a mistake by AGB. That's not a hazard, it's a mitigation. It should really be set out in the RA something along the lines of (I'm paraphrasing):
Hazard: cross contamination from shared pins and faces
Control: own faces and own JVD pins to be used
But understand that the "own JVD pins and faces" doesn't need to be the mitigation just because it is in the example; it could be to "wear marigolds while pulling arrows". Or it could be "own pins and faces" without a make of pins specified. Estimate the risk with your mitigation (1-6) and evaluate if it's safe to shoot.