Legal requirements and the policies and procedures of own organisation and awarding organisation should be followed where relevant to assessment procedures. Burton and South Derbyshire College’s health and safety policy ensures that the College complies with the Health and Safety at Work etc Act (HSWA)1974 and related Regulations. This places a legal responsibility upon the assessor, as well as the organisation and the learners. The health and safety of yourself, your colleagues and your learners is of paramount importance and this includes emotional well being as well.
“The Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations 1999 are Regulations made under the HSWA 1974. They further implement the major provisions of a European Union health and safety directive — the Framework Directive. The Regulations supplement and extend the general duties contained in the HSWA 1974 and introduced a general duty on employers to carry out risk assessments. An Approved Code of Practice supports the regulations and should always be referred to when implementing them.”(From College policy).
The College is required, under the Data Protection Act 1998, to provide a notification to the Information Commissioner that it is processing personal data. This notification means that the College is entered onto a register of data processors held by the Information Commissioner. The notification does not constitute a licence to process personal data nor does it provide any guarantee that the College’s processing will be lawful, it simply registers the College’s intention to process such personal data. The College is required to maintain its Data Protection notification. The College recognises the right of the individual to confidentiality and will take all reasonable steps to comply with the eight principles of the Data Protection Act 1998, as follows the Eight Principles. Personal information must be:
1. Processed fairly and lawfully
2. Processed only for specified and compatible...
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