Sie sind auf Seite 1von 10
NVQ Pre-registration Form ATC Risk Management 5 Wheatcroft Business Park Landmere Lane Edwalton Nottingham NG12 4DGsales@atcrisk.co.uk , or by post to the address above. Booking for Course £      + vat at the prevailing rate (qualification title): fees: Part 1 – Company Details Company name: Address: Telephone number: Fax number: Part 2- Candidate Personal Details – all sections must be completed for awarding body registration Candidate name: Home Address: Job title: Date of birth: Preferred contact telephone number: Preferred contact email address: " id="pdf-obj-0-2" src="pdf-obj-0-2.jpg">

NVQ Pre-registration Form

NVQ Pre-registration Form ATC Risk Management 5 Wheatcroft Business Park Landmere Lane Edwalton Nottingham NG12 4DGsales@atcrisk.co.uk , or by post to the address above. Booking for Course £      + vat at the prevailing rate (qualification title): fees: Part 1 – Company Details Company name: Address: Telephone number: Fax number: Part 2- Candidate Personal Details – all sections must be completed for awarding body registration Candidate name: Home Address: Job title: Date of birth: Preferred contact telephone number: Preferred contact email address: " id="pdf-obj-0-6" src="pdf-obj-0-6.jpg">

ATC Risk Management 5 Wheatcroft Business Park Landmere Lane Edwalton Nottingham NG12 4DG

Please complete this form and return along with a copy of your CV and job description, by fax on 0115 921 5352, by e-mail to: sales@atcrisk.co.uk, or by post to the address above.

Booking for

Course

£      + vat at the prevailing rate

(qualification title):

fees:

Part 1 – Company Details

Company name:

Address:

 

Telephone number:

Fax number:

Part 2- Candidate Personal Details – all sections must be completed for awarding body registration

Candidate name:

Home

 

Address:

Job title:

Date of birth:

Preferred contact

telephone number:

Preferred contact

email address:

Part 3 – Payment / Authorisation Details

Part 3 – Payment / Authorisation Details SPECIAL/ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS: Payment of the full qualification fees is

SPECIAL/ADDITIONAL INSTRUCTIONS:

Payment of the full qualification fees is due in full before registration with the awarding body.

Upon receipt of this booking form the candidate will be contacted by one of our NVQ assessors to undertake an initial assessment – this is to ensure that you are able to collect the required evidence and complete the qualification. Registrations with the Awarding Body will not take place until this initial assessment has been completed.

Accounts name:

Billing

 

Address:

Telephone number:

(if different

from above)

Email address:

Purchase Order

Number:

Please tick here to pay by cheque – you will be sent an invoice by post
Please tick here to pay by cheque – you will be sent an
invoice by post to the billing address
Please tick here to pay by credit/debit card – you will be
sent an e-mail to the billing e-mail address containing a link
to a secure online payment processing web site
Booking authorised by
(signature):
     
Position:      
For ATC Risk Management use only:
(initial assessment completed – assessor name/date)
  • 1. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION

1. DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATION 1.1 The parties are defined as ‘the supplier’, which is ATC Risk
  • 1.1 The parties are defined as ‘the supplier’, which is ATC Risk Management Services Limited, and the ‘the company’ as defined on page 1

of this agreement is ‘the client’.

  • 1.2 This agreement shall be subject to the laws of England and Wales to the exclusive jurisdiction of whose courts the parties hereby

submit.

  • 2. TOTAL BOOKING VALUE

Prices do not include value added tax, which will be added to the total invoice amount at the current rate or any charges for hotel accommodation/conference facilities.

  • 3. PAYMENT TERMS

NVQ programmes must be paid in full before registration and commencement of the programme.

  • 4. CHANGES TO ORIGINAL ORDER

There will be no charge if a substitute person from your organisation wishes to replace the original candidate but this must be notified to the supplier prior to candidate registration with the awarding body.

  • 5. CANCELLATIONS

 

Cancellations made after candidate registration with the awarding body will incur the full fee.

  • 6. TERMINATION

The client may terminate this Agreement immediately by notice in writing if the supplier shall:-

  • 6.1 be in breach of any of the terms of this Agreement which in the case of a breach capable of remedy is not remedied by the supplier

within 10 days of receipt by the supplier of a notice from the client specifying the breach and requiring its remedy.

  • 6.2 be incompetent, guilty of gross misconduct and/or any serious or persistent negligence in respect of his/her obligations hereunder.

  • 6.3 fail or refuse after written warning to carry out the duties reasonably and properly required of him/her hereunder.

    • 7. FORCE MAJEURE

Neither party shall be liable in damages or have the right to terminate this Agreement for any delay or default in performing hereunder if such delay or default is caused by conditions beyond its control including, but not limited to Acts of God, Government restrictions (including the denial or cancellation of any export or other necessary licence), wars, insurrections and/or any other cause beyond the reasonable control of the party whose performance is affected.

  • 8. DELEGATE ACCOMMODATION

  • 8.1 All delegate accommodation costs, in their entirety, are the responsibility of the delegate or client company and must be settled on

departure from the hotel, unless prior credit facilities have been arranged with the hotel.

  • 8.2 In the event of cancellation, the hotel’s Terms & Conditions of Business apply. You may be liable for cancellation charges if you do not

give sufficient notice.

  • 9. TEAM BUILDING EVENTS

For all team building and leadership development programmes where ‘team building activities’ are part of the programme it is the client’s responsibility to provide suitable insurance for its delegates.

  • 10. NOTICES

Any notice required by this Agreement to be given by either party to the other shall be in writing and shall be served by sending the same by registered post or recorded delivery to the last known address of the other party and shall be deemed to have been served on the day following posting. Any receipt issued by the postal authorities shall be conclusive evidence of the fact and a date of posting of any such notice.

NVQ in Occupational Health and Safety Practice – Initial Assessment (In accordance with Awarding Body guidelines

NVQ in Occupational Health and Safety Practice – Initial Assessment

(In accordance with Awarding Body guidelines this form should be completed by the candidate and initial assessor prior to acceptance on the programme)

Below is the list of units that Candidates must complete in order to achieve the qualification. There are eleven mandatory units and six elective units of which unit 611 must be completed to gain IOSH technical membership. Each Candidate must be able to generate work based evidence to show their competency against each of the units. Work based evidence can be from normal routine activities, or from

Candidate

Name:

Award:

Level 5 NVQ Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Practice

Initial Assessor:

Date:

additional or temporary responsibilities (such as a secondment, project, temporary additional responsibilities, etc). Evidence can take the form of work products (i.e. completed forms, policies), observations, witness statements, etc.

Unit

Title

 

Evidence Requirements

For

 

Completion

MANDATORY

by the

UNITS

Candidate

 

Develop and

This unit enables learners to develop the skills and understanding required for;

 

402

implement effective

Evaluating health and safety information external to the organisation

communication

Communicating relevant health and safety information

systems for health

Ensuring that relevant health and safety information from their organisation is communicated to statutory and local authorities, relevant groups and individuals

and safety information.

Evidence Requirements Evidence must come from relevant sources internal and external to the organisation.

 

Promote a positive

This unit enables the learner to develop skills and knowledge in:

 

510

health and safety culture.

Advocating, developing and communicating a positive health and safety culture for the organisation

Working with key stakeholders in implementing a positive health and safety culture

directors, senior, line, functional and technical managers and employee

Maintaining a positive health and safety culture in the organisation by encouraging

representatives to lead by example on health and safety matters Develop and The aim of this
     

representatives to lead by example on health and safety matters

 
 

Develop and

The aim of this unit is for learners to develop skills and knowledge in:

 

511

maintain individual

Assessing the health and safety competence needs of their organisation

and organisational competence in

Assessing the health and safety competence needs of individuals in their organisation

health and safety.

Ensuring that the identified health and safety competence needs of their organisation are addressed by providing health and safety training

Evidence Requirements The learner must produce evidence to demonstrate that all those in their organisation have the required competencies for health and safety relevant to their job role. This will be at differing levels of knowledge and understanding. Training and information written or commissioned by the learner will be communicated formally and informally to reflect this.

 

Control health and

The aim of this unit is for learners to develop skills and knowledge in managing and

 

512

safety risks.

implementing the risk assessment process for their organisation.

Evidence Requirements The learner must provide evidence that they use various way to identify health and safety hazards in their workplace e.g. walkabout, formal and informal inspection, observation and interview etc…

They must explain how they have evaluated the potential to cause harm, criteria and measurements they need to consider and what records are kept.

They must provide a detailed risk assessment analysis, and explain why the

appropriate risk assessment techniques were used. They must explain the necessity of the proposed improved control systems.

They must explain qualitative and quantitative analysis techniques.

They must explain the value or relevance in prioritising risk.

Records of identifying and evaluating hazards must be maintained and retained

which include discussions with appropriate people at all levels, both internal and external. Review and update of risk assessments.

Identify the gaps between current and proposed risk control measures.

 

Develop and

This unit enables the learner to develop and implement health and safety proactive

 
513 implement proactive performance monitoring systems and review and respond to health and safety proactive performance

513

implement proactive

performance monitoring systems and review and respond to health and safety proactive performance monitoring outcomes.

 

monitoring systems for health and safety.

Evidence Requirements The learners must identify where changes need to be made by researching information from:

Workplace data

Policies

Risk Assessments

Reviews

Minutes of meetings

Incident reports

Any other source including those externally generated to form the basis of proactive monitoring

The learner must consider workplace environments and impact of changing

environmental conditions.

 

Develop and

 

This unit involves:

 

514

implement reactive

Developing and implementing health and safety reactive performance (loss event)

monitoring systems

monitoring systems.

for health and safety.

Developing and implementing loss event investigation systems and procedures *investigating loss events.

Reviewing and responding to health and safety reactive performance monitoring outcomes.

Evidence Requirements The learner will demonstrate competence in developing and implementing reactive monitoring systems and recommending actions to improve health and safety performance. The reporting system the learner produces must be understandable and accessible by everyone at all levels in the organisation. Everyone should be able to report any loss event or incident within a no-blame culture encouraging two way information processes. The learner must carry out the investigations which should be impartial and conducted in a way that is sympathetic and focuses on the facts without assumptions. The learner must demonstrate will developed interview, training and communication skills to enable them to inform people at all levels in the organisation of the

monitoring outcomes and present to interested parties.

Develop and This unit enables the learner to develop skills and knowledge in planning and 515
 
 

Develop and

This unit enables the learner to develop skills and knowledge in planning and

 

515

implement health and safety

implementing emergency response systems and procedures and communicating emergency response information.

emergency response systems and procedures.

Evidence Requirements The learner must be able to provide evidence that emergency equipment is regularly maintained and tested and emergency response drills conducted, evaluated and improvements made as a result The learner must be able to identify all relevant local emergency services, authorities and statutory reporting requirements in order to ensure that response to any particular emergency in their organisation is received in the shortest possible

time.

516

Develop and implement health and safety review systems.

This involves investigating the efficiency and cost-effectiveness of health and safety management systems and developing and implementing changes to improve efficiency and cost effectiveness.

 
 

Develop and

This unit is for managers with a role which involves preparing and implementing

 

517

implement a health and safety audit.

health and safety audit systems. Evaluating compliance of the health and safety management systems with the operational, technical, procedures and performance standards specified by management and recommend improvements as appropriate.

Evidence Requirements For this unit the learner must carry out an audit of the health and safety systems and processes in accordance with the agreed specification. They must record the findings of the audit and prepare a written report containing the results of the audit and any recommendations for change/improvement. They must also present the report to senior management/stakeholders and advocate the changes/improvements. The learner will be observed by the assessor or someone that is occupationally competent when conducting the audit in the organisation.

 

Behavioural safety

This is aimed at anyone working in an organisation with a mature health and safety

 

518

in the workplace.

management system, wishing to implement a behavioural safety programme in the workplace.

Evidence Requirements Learners must identify behavioural traits in the organisation, develop and implement policies to ensure
   

Evidence Requirements Learners must identify behavioural traits in the organisation, develop and implement policies to ensure that the behaviour and attitudes in the workplace enhances health and safety.

 
 

Develop and

This unit is for learners with senior responsibility for developing the health and

 

610

implement the health and safety policy.

safety policy for their organisation and managing its implementation. Learners need to be able to develop, advocate, implement and work with key stakeholders.

Evidence Requirements Learners must produce a policy where no policy exists. Where a policy exists, a critical review must be taken of all aspects of the current policy so that deficiencies are identified. Where no deficiencies are identified, learners must investigate/gather evidence through QA with key stakeholders.

Unit

Title

 

Evidence Requirements

For

 

Completion

ELECTIVE

by the

UNITS

Candidate

 

Influence

 

This unit involves:

 

519

improvements in

Keeping up to date with new health and safety legislation and best practice.

health and safety

Reading and responding to health and safety literature in print and electronic form.

practice.

Attending relevant health and safety groups and committees both internal and

external. Influencing professional colleagues and others on health and safety matters.

 

Develop,

This unit is for senior managers with role that involves establishing, implementing

 

520

implement and

and/or reviewing an organisation’s health and safety strategy.

review the organisations health and safety strategy.

Evidence Requirements Learners must demonstrate that they have assessed and responded to the external factors impacting on the strategy and process. This must include PESTLE and SWOT analysis and relevant health and safety legalisation and other legal decisions for example case law and technical developments. Learners must also evaluate and validate all internal and external information

gathered and assess its impact upon the organisation’s business plan having

benchmarked against current best practice. The learner must review the heath and change strategy and ensure
   

benchmarked against current best practice. The learner must review the heath and change strategy and ensure robust systems are in place to support the changes.

 
 

Contribute to

This involves reviewing health and safety loss event investigation reports from a

 

521

health and safety legal actions.

legal point of view, identifying possible breaches of statutory and common law requirements and suggesting probable legal defences.

Evidence Requirements This can be assessed through simulation.

 

Manage

This unit is for managers who are responsible for management or supervision of

 

522

contractors to

contractors in the workplace.

ensure compliance with health and safety.

Evidence Requirements The learner must be observed on-site by the assessor or someone that is occupationally competent when conducting the audit in the organisation.

 

Develop and

This unit is for managers who have the responsibility for developing and

 

523

implement the health and safety induction process.

implementing the health and safety induction process in the organisation, preparing information and guidance.

 

Professional

This unit is to enable learners in health and safety practice to be able to evaluate

 

611

development and

their personal competence continually, and reflects on skills or knowledge gaps. It

Candidates wishing to gain IOSH graduate membership must complete this

THIS UNIT MUST BE

ethics in health and safety management.

also enables learners to develop their ability to review ideas and practices critically and to carry out research to inform their practice.

unit and assessment.

COMPLETED TO GAIN IOSH GRADUATE MEMBERSHIP RECOGNITION.

Evidence Requirements Candidates must complete the set assessment tasks in assignment packs to gain IOSH Graduate membership recognition.

Name

Date of birth

Home Address Preferred telephone Preferred e-mail Particular assessment requirements (special needs) Ethnicity (highlight selected choice) White

Home Address

 

Preferred telephone

Preferred e-mail

Particular assessment requirements (special needs)

 

Ethnicity (highlight selected choice)

White – British White – Irish White – Other

Mixed - White and black Caribbean Mixed - White and black African Mixed - White and Asian Mixed - Any other mixed background

 

Asian - Indian Asian - Pakistani Asian - Bangladeshi

Black or Black British – Caribbean Black or Black British - African

Asian - Any other Asian background

Black

or

black

British

-

Any

other

black

background

 

Chinese

 

Any other: