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Level 5 NVQ Diploma in
Occupational Health & Safety
Practice
Introduction
City and Guilds
LEVEL 5 NVQ Diploma in
Occupational Health & Safety Practice
Communication
Health and Safety Culture
Emergency
Response
Accident and Incident Investigations
Personal
continuous professional
development
Risk
Assessment
&
Control
Proactive
Monitoring
Competency
and Training
Developing Polices
Review
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What is a Vocational Qualification
Competency Based Evidence
Reflective Report
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Delivery Style
 Based on individual mentored learning
 Tailored to your learning style and pace
 One to one mentoring
 Verified competence based evidence
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Standards
Structure
be able to advocate
commitment to a positive
health and safety culture in the
organisation.
The learner can:
1.1 provide sufficient and clear information to
people in the organisation about the benefits of
a positive health and safety culture
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Unit
Level 5 NVQ Diploma
Unit Title (all ten Units are mandatory)
501
Promote a Positive health and safety culture
601
Develop and implement the health and safety policy
401
Develop and implement effective communication systems for
health and safety• information
be able to advocate commitment to a
502
Develop and maintain
individual
andand
organisational
positive
health
safety culture in
competence in health
safety matters
the and
organisation
503
Identify, assess and control health and safety risks
504sufficient
Develop
implement
monitoring
1.1 provide
and clearand
information
to peopleproactive
in the organisation
about the systems
benefits of afor
positive
health and safety culture
health and safety• be able to develop links with
1.2 obtain
of thoseand
in theimplement
organisation
who
can promote
a positive
health
and safety
culture;
appropriate
people
and
groups
on
505the support
Develop
reactive
monitoring
systems
for
tailoring own approach to meet the needs of directors, managers & employee representatives
health and safety Health and Safety matters
1.3 use506
opportunities
to communicate
information about
a positive
and emergency
safety culture
Develop
and implement
health
andhealth
safety
response systems and procedures
1.4 create new opportunities to communicate
information aboutthe
a positive
health and safety
• understand
importance
of culture
507
Develop and implement
health and
safety
review systems
promoting
a positive
health and
safety
508
Maintain knowledge
of improvements
to influence
health
and
1.5 investigate ways to overcome barriers toculture
change.
within the organisation
safety practice
Sub Unit
501.1
Sub Unit
501.2
Sub Unit
501.3
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Where do I start?
Upload
Basic
Information
on to
learning
assistant
You will then
be assigned
an assessor
Review
the
Standards to
identify the
evidence and
knowledge
you already
have
Research
the areas you
at unfamiliar
with and apply
the knowledge
to your
workplace to
produce
evidence
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Write
a reflective
report
referencing work
based evidence
and
demonstrating
your
underpinning
knowledge
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What is Evidence?
Your work, Your thoughts, Your application
Work based Evidence
 Audits, Management Reports, Presentations, Email
Communications, Witness Statements
Reflective Reports
 Evidence of explaining how you developed the evidence,
explaining your knowledge the subject, and answering the
question posed
What is not Evidence
• Work by Others e.g. Company Reports, HSE documents,
copying Paragraph’s from other sources
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What do the assessors look for?
Evidence that is
Valid – relate to the requirements of the
standard
Authentic –
candidates own work
Current – recent enough to show
candidate still possesses these skills
(usually within 2 years).
Sufficient – when the quality and quantity of
evidence is sufficient to satisfy the assessor
that competence has been achieved
‘
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Reflective Management Report
Should contain:
AC
How I meet this Assessment Criteria
1.1
An outline of how and why you produced the evidence,
and an explanation of the underpinning academic
Describe how you have provided information to people in your organization about the benefits of a positive health and safety
concepts in order to demonstrate your application of the
culture.
knowledge and understanding requirements
Possible evidence – presentations, input to in-house conferences, witness testimony from someone you have provided this
information to.
In my role as a Health and Safety Advisor I provide
to verifyincluding
it is your own
work
information toStatement
a range groups
Managers,
Directors, contractors and employees. An example of this
is the annual health and safety report ( evidence 1). Firstly
I gather the accident data . . .
References to the sources of Evidence and information
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Assessment Process
Guided Support with Assessor
Produce evidence and reflective report for each unit to
cover all Assessment Criteria
Candidate submits evidence & report on Learning Assistant
Assessor reviews the evidence to the Assessment Criteria
Does the evidence meet the unit requirements?
Yes
No
Candidate is
Candidate
is given
given
feedback
feedback
Assessor completes progression on
learning assistant
Verifier samples candidates’ work
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Getting started on Learning Assistant
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Appeals procedure
Step one – please raise issue with your assessor
Step two - candidate submits written appeal to the
internal verifier for investigation.
Step three - if issue unresolved it can be escalated to
City and Guilds.
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Equality and Diversity
CRS fully supports the principles of equal opportunities
and opposes all unlawful or unfair discrimination on the
grounds of gender, colour, racial origin, nationality,
disability, age, creed, sexual orientation, marital status
and social background.
What we require from you:
• Treat other fellow learners and assesors with respect
• Inform us (confidentially) of any additional or special
needs
• Use the communication or appeals procedure if the
need arises
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