Health and Safety in Construction

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Assessment Front Sheet: Year 2012/13

Quality Assurance
Programme Title
Higher National Diploma in Construction/Civil EngineeringModule/Unit Health, Safety & Welfare for CBELevel
Level 5 Year
2012/13
Assessor: Andy Stubbs

IV/IM: Gary ThomasAssessment type

AssignmentDate given out
09/10/12
Submission dates
13/11/12Date received:
Student: Receipt No.

Assessment Title:Health, Safety & Welfare Legislation

Pass Assessment Criteria Available:
1.11.21.32.12.23.13.23.33.44.14.24.35.1
YYYN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Pass Assessment Criteria Awarded:
1.11.21.32.12.23.13.23.33.44.14.24.35.1
N/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/AN/A

Summary of assessment decision:
Please refer to coursework feedback documentation.

Student comment on assessment decision:

Signature of Student: Date: Assignment Verification/Moderation
Assessment brief Internally Verified:

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IV/IM Signature:Date:

Signature of Assessor:Date:
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I certify that the work submitted for this assessment is my own.

Student Signature …………………………………..

HND’s in Construction/Civil Engineering Unit Title: Health, Safety & Welfare for CBE

Student: …………………………… Assessor: Andy Stubbs

Internal Moderator: Gary Thomas I.V. Completed: …………..

Learning outcomes
On successful completion of this unit a learner will:Assessment criteria for a pass The learner can:Page Number
StudentAssessor
LO1Understand the health, safety and welfare legislation applicable to the construction and built environment sector1.1discuss the use of approved codes of practice to ensure compliance with health and safety legislation

1.2explain the responsibilities for providing welfare facilities on-site

1.3evaluate the penalties for non-compliance with current health and safety at work legislation

LO2Understand the main requirements of an effective health and safety policy2.1analyse organizational health and safety policies and procedural documents

2.2determine training needs from a given risk assessments, including on-site induction training and relevant sector certification

LO3Understand hazard and risk identification in design and construction3.1select a method of hazard identification using data supplied
3.2identify the hazards associated with construction processes

3.3explain the use of standard formats for identifying and recording hazards

3.4explain how risk assessments are used to address significant hazards

LO4Understand the need to review, revise and monitor risk assessments4.1monitor and review risk assessments in light of changes to circumstances

4.2evaluate changes in procedure or policy

4.3justify the effectiveness of the implemented changes

LO5Be able to undertake risk assessments
5.1

produce risk assessments for different workplaces and forms of work

HND’s in Construction/Civil Engineering Health, Safety & Welfare in CBE

Background
This coursework is aimed at allowing you the opportunity to meet the requirements of the following Learning Outcome:

LO1. Understand the health, safety and welfare legislation applicable to the construction and built environment sector.

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