THE NAUTICAL INSTITUTE & THE MARITIME AND COASTGUARD AGENCY ACCREDITATION AND VALIDATION

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "THE NAUTICAL INSTITUTE & THE MARITIME AND COASTGUARD AGENCY ACCREDITATION AND VALIDATION"

Transcription

1 THE NAUTICAL INSTITUTE & THE MARITIME AND COASTGUARD AGENCY ACCREDITATION AND VALIDATION ACCREDITATION OF MARITIME OIL SPILL RESPONSE TRAINING IN THE UNITED KINGDOM

2 Letter from Peter Cardy, Chief Executive of the Maritime and Coastguard Agency... Letter from Philip Wake, Chief Executive of The Nautical Institute... INDEX Page 1. Introduction to UK Oil Spill Response Training Standards Maritime oil spill response in the UK: Training Standards Information for providers seeking accreditation Accreditation Procedures & Processes Agreement Documentation NI Course Accreditation Form NI Accredited Course Table Training Standards /1p Course Description /2p Course Description /3p Course Description /4p Course Description Endorsement Course Description /5p Course Description Refresher Course Description Annual Accreditation Report Form Accreditation Quality Statement and Quality Protocol.. 48 Disclaimer Whilst every effort has been made to ensure that all the information in this document is updated and correct, the Maritime & Coastguard Agency and the Nautical Institute cannot be held responsible for any loss, financial or otherwise, direct or indirect, resulting from use of this information. Likewise, neither organisation can be held responsible for any damage to property, trainers or operators whilst following these guidelines. This information is produced in good faith, but we cannot guarantee the accuracy and/or completeness of the information which is produced for guidance purposes only. February

3 February

4 Counter Pollution Branch Maritime and Coastguard Agency Spring Place 105 Commercial Road SOUTHAMPTON SO15 1EG 17 April 2008 Oil Spill Response Training The Nautical Institute is pleased to have been involved in the process of updating the UK MCA Guidelines for Oil Spill Response training in the United Kingdom. This was last undertaken in 2003 and the current changes in format and content align the UK s MCA and BERR Offshore Oil Industry courses with a commonality of approach. The United Kingdom Agencies lead the way in accreditation of these courses through the Institute and now Training Companies in other countries have also gained recognition for their own training standards within the same framework of NI accreditation. It is appropriate that changes are developed and accepted by both Industry and Government Agencies through an established process of consultation and The Institute is delighted to continue to give its name and logo to this scheme. The revised standards ensure that all involved in the response to an oil spill, from the first responder to the executive commander, are adequately trained and prepared for their role. The Institute will continue to monitor the standards and the providers to ensure that they are able to plan for and react to pollution incidents effectively and efficiently, fully meeting the quality of standards required to comply with Articles 3 & 6 of the OPRC Convention. The Nautical Institute commends these standards to all those involved in the scheme. Philip Wake Philip Wake MSc FNI Chief Executive The Nautical Institute February

5 1. INTRODUCTION TO UK NATIONAL OIL SPILL RESPONSE TRAINING STANDARDS The purpose of this document is to provide guidance to the Government approved scheme to accredit oil spill response training. This scheme was first launched in 1996, soon after the SEA EMPRESS incident in Milford Haven, and has been successfully running since that time. This particular set of guidance notes is the result of a review of the documentation originally produced by the Maritime and Coastguard Agency, The Nautical Institute and representatives from the United Kingdom Offshore Operators Association. These revised guidelines reflect experienced gained by the MCA, NI and training providers and have also been aligned with the standards and guidelines produced for the Offshore Oil Industry in the UK sector. The training guidelines are to be read and used in conjunction with the National Contingency Plan, so meeting the requirements of Articles 3 & 6 of the OPRC Convention. The OPRC Convention 1990, which the UK acceded to in 1998, sets a requirement for a programme of exercises for oil pollution response organisations and training of relevant personnel. In its role of Competent National Authority as defined under the OPRC Convention, the Counter Pollution and Response branch (CPR) of the MCA is responsible for ensuring that a programme of exercises and training is put in place in the UK. The Branch already participates in a programme of exercises with local authorities, port authorities and oil companies to test contingency plans and equipment. The Branch also undertakes training of public service emergency planners (4 weeks a year) and trains staff responsible for deploying beach equipment (10 days a year). However, with the exception of the foregoing, The Branch does not regard itself as a training body; it has neither the resources nor the expertise needed to carry out the full range of training to meet the requirements of the OPRC Convention. It is for this reason that it was decided to enter into an arrangement with the Nautical Institute who will; - a. Identify and recommend courses to the MCA, which fully meet the Agency s requirements, and b. Accredit courses on behalf of the Agency. February

6 2. MARITIME OIL SPILL RESPONSE IN THE UK: TRAINING STANDARDS The following sections of this guidance document outline: the Standards for maritime oil spill response training in the UK Various levels, or user groups different course types and the Recommended Qualifications or job descriptions for entry where appropriate. Levels of Understanding and a description of the knowledge and skills required are provided for each particular course. The course type contents have been constructed to reflect the content of the International Maritime Organisation OPRC model courses. The UK course types equate approximately as follows:- UK course types 3/3p IMO Level 1 UK course types 4/4p IMO Level 2 UK course types 5/5p IMO Level 3 In all cases, the UK Standards at least attain the IMO baseline recommendations and, in most cases, exceed them. MCA / NI accredited training companies may therefore also quote these IMO equivalents on the certification issued to successful course participants. The accredited training organisation will issue all attendees with a numbered certificate detailing the following: name course type date of issue date of expiry The course contents have been developed over many years and reflect the result of audits carried out at training centers on behalf of the MCA by the Nautical Institute. All courses should contain a good mixture of lecture, practical exercise and student participation. February

7 3. INFORMATION FOR PROVIDERS SEEKING ACCREDITATION Discuss the issues in confidence with the Institute Consider the most appropriate form of accreditation - which may be from other sources Decide which approach best suits your need If The Nautical Institute is chosen: Discuss in more detail the broad requirements with the Institute including timescale for accreditation procedures Start preparing course(s) to meet the Institute s accreditation procedures Write formally at least six weeks before the proposed date for accreditation Submit documentation at least one month before the due date Prepare to receive assessors during a course Take note of comments and recommendations Receive Certificate For further information contact Education and Training Department The Nautical Institute 202 Lambeth Road London SE1 7LQ Tel: +44 (0) Fax: +44 (0) Web: February

8 4. ACCREDITION PROCEDURES AND PROCESSES FORMAL REQUEST: Training providers wishing to seek Nautical Institute accreditation can do so by contacting the Institute s Education and Training Manager. CONTENTS OF THE REQUEST: When contacting the Institute the following information will be required: The name of the course or programme The objectives The method(s) of delivery The outline syllabus The nature of the supporting documentation The broad qualifications of the instructors What the student should be able to do or demonstrate on completion of the training TIMING OF THE REQUEST: The Institute suggests a minimum of six weeks before the assessment so that preassessment queries can be resolved prior to the assessment. THE ASSESSORS: At all times there will be a minimum of two assessors, one of whom will be a practitioner in the area under review and the other an experienced training manager linked to the Institute s administrative staff. Additional specialist assessors may be called in when appropriate. DUTIES AND CONDUCT OF ACCREDITATION TEAM MEMBERS: Team members will: - Review and report on the materials submitted by training centres Participate in accreditation visits and related activities in accordance with the guidelines, policy and procedures laid down by the Institute. Maintain confidentiality with respect to information gained from centres during the accreditation process. This includes carrying out any of the following activities without the appropriate permission: - Discussion of the training centre s activities Duplication of training materials received from a centre Discussion of any confidential information received during the process Return all training materials received from a centre either to the centre or the Institute. Act in the best interest of The Nautical Institute and in accordance with good professional conduct. February

9 THE SCHEME OF ASSESSMENT: The assessors will receive the course documentation one-month in advance and will then visit the provider on the chosen date. When a course is running the assessors will expect to talk to students and instructors. The assessors will require evidence of and to verify the following: a. The purpose of the course b. The course objectives are relevant and meet industrial/occupational needs c. The overall philosophy of the training strategy d. The training manuals, documentation, equipment and where relevant simulation or exercises e. The methods of delivery f. Correct use of equipment g. The range and scope of practical exercises and how they are conducted h. The course documentation, the keeping of records, conduct and programming of the course and general administrative arrangements i. The qualifications, experience and suitability of the training staff j. Accommodation, lecture rooms, equipment and safety considerations k. The examination or other assessment methods to verify the standard of understanding obtained by the student l. A formal student feedback system to record feedback from students concerning the content and conduct of the course m. The procedures for issuing course certificates n. Methods of dealing with complaints and appeals o. A master training manual to be kept up to date by the provider, which is available for audit at any time p. The maintenance arrangement and records for keeping equipment in working order and reliably available (with particular reference to simulators) q. Continuous improvement at re-accreditation THE INSTRUCTORS MANUAL: Each course must be supported by an instructors manual, which will contain the background material from which the training is derived together with well-structured documentation demonstrating how the course material is to be delivered, copies of the slides, overheads or PowerPoint presentations and the learning objectives for each session. This course material should be submitted one month before the agreed date of the assessment. Copies of the student handouts should be contained within the manual. In most cases training organisations hold copyright of their training materials and prefer to have control of all manuals on site. The Institute supports this approach but requires at least one master record to be kept by the training provider, which can be audited at any time. As a general rule providers will have to demonstrate how they intend to conduct the training. In so doing it must supply the course structure, the scheme of work, lesson plans, exercises, practicals and the relevant teaching materials. These activities must be supported by good administration and record keeping. February

10 NEW TRAINING PROVISION: There is a problem of advertising accredited courses before they have been accredited. The practical solution is as follows: When the provider sends in the course documentation and instructor qualifications, provided they are of an acceptable standard, they will be given provisional approval until the formal visit. If the accreditation is successful the provider will normally be accredited for three years. If the provider was unsuccessful, the students on the course may be asked to attend an independent personal assessment from an approved individual. Where an accreditation is unsuccessful the provider will be told the reasons and invited to re-submit its application. The Nautical Institute aims to be supportive throughout this period. ACCREDITATION: The assessors will write formally to award accreditation at four levels: a. Approval b. Approval subject to minor improvements (Recommendations) c. Approval on completion of significant improvements which must be confirmed by due dates (Requirements) d. Failure with reasons and invitation to re-submit Accreditation may be cancelled or suspended for any of the following reasons: - Failure to notify the Institute of significant changes to the management, training delivery or resources, for example, a substantial change in key Personnel. Failure to settle the accreditation/re-accreditation invoice within 90 days (N.B. The Institute s payment terms are strictly 30 days). Failure to be re-accredited within 3 months of the expiry date of the existing accreditation. The accredited training provider or their parent organisation going into bankruptcy/receivership/liquidation. Failure to attend a training providers meeting within a three-year period. Misrepresentation, misuse, abuse or misdemeanour relating to the accreditation by the accredited training provider. Failure to deliver an accredited course within a 12 month period. Non-completion of an Annual Accreditation Report (see page 30). RECOGNITION AND CERTIFICATION: On successfully obtaining accreditation The Nautical Institute will issue a certificate to the provider with authorisation to add the Institute s logo and the words Accredited by The Nautical Institute to its course literature. The Institute will publish details of the accreditation in its international journal SEAWAYS. THE COST OF ASSESSMENT: February

11 The Nautical Institute is not a for-profit organisation and will carry out the assessment at full cost recovery plus administrative overheads only. Typical costs are as follows: Pre-course assessment, reviewing documentation - two person-days Course assessment - two person-days Travel and accommodation as relevant Expenses, taxis, meals if relevant Follow up action provider certification etc - one person-day The cost of any local tax HARMONISATION OF STANDARDS: The policy of The Nautical Institute is to: a. Ensure similar courses conducted by different establishments for the same purpose meet the same standards. b. Ensure that when distance-learning or other techniques are used as a means of preparation or delivery, the programmes are properly harmonised with the course objectives c. Ensure that when courses cover the activities of several different disciplines persons with the required amount of expertise are bought in to the training programmes, e.g. Health and Safety inspectors, Government surveyors, chemists, lawyers or medical practitioners. THE NAUTICAL INSTITUTE S QUALITY STANDARDS AND AUDIT PROCEDURE The procedures in this section have been approved by the Institute s Council who have delegated their detailed application to the Institute s Education and Training Committee. The Education and Training Committee audits accreditations annually in accordance with the attached documentation. The committee requires to be kept informed of all accreditation activities and keeps the accreditation process under review. CONCLUSION The value of accreditation should be seen as a shared partnership between the provider and The Nautical Institute based upon agreed standards and specified trainee knowledge and performance. February

12 5. AGREEMENT DOCUMENTATION The training provider agrees to the following conditions: 1. The training provider voluntarily agrees to accept Institute's accreditation standards, to submit the necessary documentation for accreditation and to receive the approval visit, if appropriate, in accordance with the Institute s policy and procedures. 2. The training will be designated "accredited" when the accreditation team has completed its considerations and determined that the training provider meets or exceeds a minimum standard. Subject to a right of appeal, which would be at their own expense, the training providers will abide by the decision of the accreditation team. 3. The Institute will prepare and publish periodically lists of accredited training providers. 4. The Institute and the training provider will follow the procedures and policies developed, periodically reviewed and updated by the Institute regarding the setting of standards, reporting of information, complaints, display of certificates, use of Institute logo, appeals and other matters. 5. The training provider will use all practical means at its disposal continuously to assure that the services it provides fully comply with the applicable accreditation standards at all times. 6. When an accreditation visit to a training provider is required, requested, or otherwise deemed necessary or desirable, the Institute agrees with the training provider the approximate date of the visit. Detailed arrangements for the visit are made through direct contact between the Institute and the training provider. 7. The training provider agrees that if a formal complaint is raised concerning their operation under the Institute s accreditation procedures, policies or standards, it will promptly comply with any requests of the Institute for necessary information. The training provider agrees to reimburse the Institute for any related expenses incurred. If the claim was raised by another training provider and is found to be without merit, the latter may be required to reimburse the Institute. 8. When reference is made to accreditation, the following may be used: a. Accreditation by The Nautical Institute Pending, in a font and style established by the Institute, which may be used by a training provider which has made application for accreditation, until that time it is notified of the accreditation team s decision; b. The term Accredited by The Nautical Institute, in a font and style established by the Institute, which may be used by a training provider that has been notified that it has received either provisional or full accreditation. February

13 9. The official logo of The Nautical Institute may be used on appropriate materials. The Institute will have the right to notify the training provider of any material used or issued by them that the Institute considers to be incorrect, inappropriate or misleading. 10. The Institute recognises that courses and materials are the property of the course providers and that all materials submitted to the Institute will be treated as confidential. 11. The training provider agrees not to hold the Institute, its directors, officers, members and employees liable for any loss, damages, costs, or expenses, which they may incur or be required to pay as a consequence of their actions. 12. This agreement will run from the date below. The agreement may be terminated on one month s notice from the Institute or the training provider Signature of the Responsible Person from the Training Provider Date Name and Title/Position of the Responsible Person from the Training Provider Name of Training Provider February

14 6. NI ACCREDITATION FORM RE-ACCREDITATION DUE THE NAUTICAL INSTITUTE COURSE ACCREDITATION CENTRE ADDRESS TELEPHONE FAX WEBSITE PERSON IN CHARGE CONTACT PERSON QUALITY ASSURANCE SYSTEM DATE OF VISIT ACCREDITATION/RE- ACCREDITATION* ACCREDITATION TEAM COURSE(S) TO BE ACCREDITED February

15 DELIVERY SITES INSTRUCTORS QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE CV DELIVERY METHODS TEACHING AREA(S) February

16 EQUIPMENT SIMULATOR (If applicable) SUPPORT MATERIALS COURSE MANUALS MASTER COPIES HELD February

17 MANAGEMENT & ADMINISTRATION STUDENT RECORDS FEEDBACK FORMS CERTIFICATES GENERAL COMMENTS RESULT OF ACCREDITATION ACCREDITED WITH NO CONDITIONS ACCREDITED WITH RECOMMENDATIONS ACCREDITED SUBJECT TO REQUIREMENTS NOT ACCREDITED February

18 REQUIREMENTS/ RECOMMENDATIONS LETTER INVOICE CERTIFICATE PAYMENT TO TEAM MEMBER(S) RECORD CHANGES HERE STAFF February

19 EQUIPMENT TRAINING METHODS February

20 7. NI ACCREDITED COURSE TABLE AWARENESS Familiarisation and preparedness for oil spill response Operators role in oil spill response MINIMUM DURATION IN HOURS 8 COURSE TYPE TARGET AUDIENCE IMO EQUIVALENT MCA 1/1p Foundation (Management) MCA 1/1p Foundation (Operator) Management, public relations First responder absorbent response Basic use of Tier 1 equipment including practical deployment 12 MCA 2/2p First responder Equipment operator None Ability to act as a supervisor in oil spill response 24 MCA 3/3p Supervisor (including beachmaster with previous training to at least type 2/2p or appropriate experience) IMO 1 Ability to prepare for, manage or take part in the management of an oil spill response 32 MCA 4/4p Assistant harbourmaster, Harbourmaster of small or medium port, or members of a response management team IMO 2 February

21 AWARENESS MINIMUM DURATION IN HOURS COURSE TYPE TARGET AUDIENCE IMO EQUIVALENT Ability to act as an Executive Commander/Incident Controller including command and control 16 Endorsement up to course type MCA 5/5p Those with previous training to type 4/4p IMO 3 Ability to act as an Executive Commander incident controller starting from basic entry 40 MCA 5/5p Harbour master of large port or response team manager. IMO 3 Refresher 8 MCA /E/ R Those who have undertaken training not more than 3 years previously. None National Training Course on Oil Pollution, Contingency Planning and Response 32 LA1 Local authority staff with oil spill management responsibilities None Regional Training Course on Oil Pollution, Contingency Planning and Response 16 LA2 Local authority employees who would be involved in practical clean-up operations None February

22 7.1 Oil Spill Response Training Standards Every operator holding an approved oil spill contingency plan will have access to a person or persons competent to IMO level 2 at all times to advise on response strategies. They will be capable of working with and understanding the actions being agreed with Government about any response strategy. Such decision-making may include input from and with MCA, SOSREP (Secretary of State s Representative) and other involved government agencies. The Responder will also have a good understanding of the IMO OPRC Convention and protocol involving regions, international boundaries and agreements. The IMO Level 2 responder will either be an in house employee of the operator or will be available on contract as part of the operator s oil spill response contract arrangements. Any person already in possession of a UK accredited certificate at IMO level 2 may be deemed qualified to undertake such a role. Any other person with an IMO Level 2 certificate from another country shall be required to undertake an MCA level 1 course additionally to be deemed competent. Other personnel designated within the Oil Spill Contingency Plan will be trained to the levels indicated in the table of course standards on pages 20/21 All courses will include the following oil spill response subjects at an appropriate level as indicated in the course descriptions following this section. Assess situation Activate Contingency plan Develop a response action plan (Strategy) Assist in establishing & organising a response structure Assist in activating an operational response Activate an Operational Response Manage and control ongoing response Assist in the decisions to deactivate a response Debrief & report All response personnel designated within a plan must undertake refresher courses at periods of 3 years from the date of their original certificate. Such refresher courses shall be for the duration of 1 day, and will be held through an accredited training centre. Recognition Of Training in MCA Approved Oil Spill Contingency Plans A reflection of how these requirements will be met, a designation of responsibilities and a programme of training and exercises shall be contained within all Oil Spill Contingency Plans when they are submitted or due for re-submission to MCA. February

23 7.2 Course Type: MCA Level 1/1P Introduction to Marine Oil Spills Guidelines For persons starting a job within a port, introducing them to preparedness and response requirements for marine spills within a port, in particular their port, its OPRC plan and their involvement in the plan should they become involved with a spill. For persons who need to know the basics or who are expected to become involved with sorbent only responses. Attendees Attendees range from non-executive board members to non-operational senior staff / office personnel to PR staff who need a basic understanding. Operational staff who are required to respond in the first instance to an oil spill where only sorbent spill kits are used as a tier 1 response. All designated personnel attend an approved course of at least 8 hours duration. This level of training shall be undertaken every 3 years Course length 8hours Training levels Description of requirement mentioned in module * Basic ability to undertake task described and tested in course exercise scenario ** Course module undertaken and exercised, capable of controlling task competently *** February

24 Course Type: MCA Level 1/1P - Introduction to Marine Oil Spills Module Knowledge Skills Training level A1 A2 A3 A4 B1 B2 Assess situation 1 1P Background knowledge about spill prevention, primary sources &potential causes of spillage, different oil types and their fate including weathering etc. Quantification of spillage using Bonn agreement tables Potential movement of oil slicks Environmental issues, conflicts, potential impact and damage to different systems and wildlife issues Activate Contingency plan OPRC Article 3 Requirement for Approved Contingency Plans and Article 6 Response Requirements & Training The UK National Contingency Plan Understand the role of SOSREP and the OCU and how it interfaces with individual response procedures. Completing a spill report form, recognise historical perspective of spill sizes and impacts * * Understand a worked example * * Apply wind and current in correct directions using a vector diagram * * Exercise in assessing environmental impact of a spill scenario Identify own role and level of involvement * * Recognise the tiered Contingency Plan system and relevance of own plan * * B2 Use of Oil Spill Contingency plan. Exercise activation of reporting section B3 Knowledge of Company/ Authority Emergency Response Structure Exercise spill assessment, quantify and report B4 Review Equipment locally and nationally available Understand response equipment selection February

25 Develop Response Action Plan Training level C1 Response options stated in Oil Spill Plan Use of decision trees in Contingency plan * * C2 C3 D1 Booming and Recovery devices, post use rehabilitation & cleaning How dispersants work, use, regulation & application of dispersants Establish & organise a response structure Shoreline clean-up techniques and their applicability to various oiling scenarios and beach types Understand differing uses against oil type and limitations * * Use of dispersant use decision tree in Contingency plan * * Supervision of shoreline clean-up activities * * D2 New technologies in oil spill response Selection of appropriate equipment * * D3 D4 E1 E2 Waste management and the need for waste minimisation, temporary storage and final disposal options, legislation governing waste disposal Safety Assessment including hazards to personnel, weather and working environment, PPE, equipment and chemical safety issues, decontamination, medical support. Activate Operational Response Effective communication procedures mobilising and during a response effort including statutory reporting requirements Role of the Shoreline Response Centre, Marine Response Centre, OCU, SOSREP, and Environment Group Instigate waste management, transport and storage Complete a site assessment, recording and briefing * Mobilise Contingency Plan procedures ** * Carry out responsible function within UK framework ** * E3 Approaches to Oil Spill Response, management and practical considerations addressed by a response team Instigate support facilities as appropriate * * February

26 Manage and control ongoing response Training level F1 F2 F3 Communications system applicable to Spill Response The importance of thorough and accurate record keeping during a response e.g. activities, costs, claims Environmental sampling and monitoring Deactivate response Ensure command and control facilities are adequately resourced at base and forward command post * * Instigate and maintain record keeping procedures ** * Recognise value of monitoring and be aware of sampling procedures STOp notice 4/2001 * * G1 Assess further release potential and quantify risk of ignition Risk assessment of further spill potentials * * G2 Cost Benefit analysis / cessation decision Understand reasons for cessation * * G3 PR and media expectations, press conferences, managing the media Debrief & report Be able to manage the media and explain actions taken through A1 to G2 as an exercise H1 Prosecution powers and process Understand the legal processes of a spill * * H2 H3 Finalise details of reason for spill size, actions taken etc as a debrief International Convention compensation schemes for oil spill damages and the role of ITOPF Quantification of spill size, reason for spillage, prevention of future spills, assess steps to be taken to stop recurrence. Collect samples & evidence * * Understand the legal processes of compensation * * February

27 7.3 Course Type: MCA Level 2/2P First responder equipment operator Guidelines For persons working within a port, introducing them to preparedness and response requirements for marine spills within a port, in particular their port, its OPRC plan and their involvement in the plan should they become involved with a spill. Operators in Tier 1 Response who may operate or respond with mechanical equipment held by them. Attendees Course is for On-site staff, who are required to respond in the first instance to an oil spill where there is mechanical equipment in addition to sorbent as a tier 1 response. This level of training shall be refreshed every 3 years Course length 12 hours Training levels Description of requirement mentioned in module * Basic ability to undertake task described and tested in course exercise scenario ** Course module undertaken and exercised, capable of controlling task competently *** February

28 Course Type: MCA Level 2/2P - Introduction to Marine Oil Spills Module Knowledge Skills Training level A1 A2 A3 A4 B1 B2 Assess situation 2 2P Background knowledge about spill prevention, primary sources &potential causes of spillage, different oil types and their fate including weathering etc. Quantification of spillage using Bonn agreement tables Potential movement of oil slicks Environmental issues, conflicts, potential impact and damage to different systems and wildlife issues Activate Contingency plan OPRC Article 3 Requirement for Approved Contingency Plans and Article 6 Response Requirements & Training The UK National Contingency Plan Understand the role of SOSREP and the OCU and how it interfaces with individual response procedures. Completing a spill report form, recognise historical perspective of spill sizes and impacts * * Understand a worked example * * Apply wind and current in correct directions using a vector diagram * * Exercise in assessing environmental impact of a spill scenario Identify own role and level of involvement * * Recognise the tiered Contingency Plan system and relevance of own plan * * B2 Use of Oil Spill Contingency plan. Exercise activation of reporting section B3 Knowledge of Company/ Authority Emergency Response Structure Exercise spill assessment, quantify and report B4 Review Equipment locally and nationally available Understand response equipment selection February

29 Develop Response Action Plan Training level C1 Response options stated in Oil Spill Plan Use of decision trees in Contingency plan * * C2 C3 D1 Booming and Recovery devices, post use rehabilitation & cleaning How dispersants work, use, regulation & application of dispersants Establish & organise a response structure Shoreline clean-up techniques and their applicability to various oiling scenarios and beach types Understand differing uses against oil type and limitations deploy Tier 1 equipment Use of dispersant, use decision tree in Contingency plan, application procedure * ** Supervision of shoreline clean-up activities * * D2 New technologies in oil spill response Selection of appropriate equipment * * D3 D4 E1 E2 E3 Waste management and the need for waste minimisation, temporary storage and final disposal options, legislation governing waste disposal Safety Assessment including hazards to personnel, weather and working environment, PPE, equipment and chemical safety issues, decontamination, medical support. Activate Operational Response Effective communication procedures mobilising and during a response effort including statutory reporting requirements Role of the Shoreline Response Centre, Marine Response Centre, OCU, SOSREP, and Environment Group Approaches to Oil Spill Response, management and practical considerations addressed by a response team, importance of record keeping when mobilising equipment Instigate waste management, transport and storage Complete a site assessment, recording and briefing Mobilise Contingency Plan procedures ** * Carry out responsible function within UK framework ** * Instigate support facilities as appropriate * * February

30 F1 F2 F3 G1 Manage and control ongoing response Training level Communications system applicable to Spill Response The importance of thorough and accurate record keeping during a response e.g. activities, costs, claims Environmental sampling and monitoring Deactivate response Assess further release potential and quantify risk of ignition Ensure command and control facilities are adequately resourced at base and forward command post * * Instigate and maintain record keeping procedures Recognise value of monitoring and be aware of sampling procedures STOp notice 4/2001 * * Risk assessment of further spill potentials * ** G2 Cost Benefit analysis / cessation decision Understand reasons for cessation * * G3 PR and media expectations, press conferences, managing the media Debrief & report Be able to manage the media and explain actions taken through A1 to G2 as an exercise H1 Prosecution powers and process Understand the legal processes of a spill * * H2 H3 Finalise details of reason for spill size, actions taken etc as a debrief International Convention compensation schemes for oil spill damages and the role of ITOPF Quantification of spill size, reason for spillage, prevention of future spills, assess steps to be taken to stop recurrence. Collect samples & evidence * * Understand the legal processes of compensation * * February

31 7.4 Course Type: MCA Level 3/3P Beach - Master / Supervisor Guidelines This course is for staff required to supervise on site personnel during a spill. Staff, are required to carry out site assessments for Health & Safety, Environmental sensitivities, formulate a work plan and establish a communications network between clean-up staff and on-scene commander. Attendees Course is for Company Supervisors, Jetty Personnel, Pilots, Warehouse Staff, Drivers and On-site staff, who are required to respond in the first instance to an oil spill where there is mechanical equipment in addition to sorbent materials as a tier 1 response. This level of training shall be refreshed every 3 years Course length 24 hours/ refresher 8 hours Training levels Description of requirement mentioned in module * Basic ability to undertake task described and tested in course exercise scenario ** Course module undertaken and exercised, capable of controlling task competently *** February

32 Course Type: MCA Level 3/3P Beach-master / Supervisor Module Knowledge Skills Training level A1 A2 A3 A4 B1 B2 Assess situation 3 3P Background knowledge about spill prevention, primary sources &potential causes of spillage, different oil types and their fate including weathering and general ship arrangements relating to spill prevention and response Quantification of spillage using Bonn agreement tables Plotting potential movement of oil slicks, use of computer models & understand relevance of output Environmental issues, conflicts, potential impact and damage to different systems and wildlife issues Activate Contingency plan OPRC Article 3 Requirement for Approved Contingency Plans and Article 6 Response Requirements & Training The UK National Contingency Plan Understand the role of SOSREP and the OCU and how it interfaces with individual response procedures. Complete a spill report form exercise, recognise historical perspective of spill sizes and impacts and understand the importance of oil spill prevention & good housekeeping Exercise a worked example Apply wind and current in correct directions using a vector diagram Exercise in assessing environmental impact of a spill scenario & prioritise actions Identify own role and level of involvement * * Recognise the tiered Contingency Plan system and relevance of own plan B2 Use of Oil Spill Contingency plan. Activation of reporting section * * B3 B4 Knowledge of Company/ Authority Emergency Response Structure Review Equipment locally and nationally available Spill assessment, quantified response levels and reporting procedure * * Practical exercise & response equipment selection February

33 Develop Response Action Plan Training level C1 Response options stated in Oil Spill Plan Exercise selection of appropriate response C2 C3 D1 Booming and Recovery devices, post use rehabilitation & cleaning How dispersants work, use, regulation & application of dispersants Establish & organise a response structure Shoreline clean-up techniques and their applicability to various oiling scenarios and beach types Exercise - uses against oil types, assess limitations &deploy Tier 2 equipment Use of dispersant, use decision tree in Contingency plan, application procedure * Assess shoreline oiling & supervise shoreline clean-up activities D2 New technologies in oil spill response Selection & sourcing of appropriate equipment D3 D4 E1 E2 E3 Waste management and the need for waste minimisation, temporary storage and final disposal options, legislation governing waste disposal Safety Assessment including hazards to personnel, weather and working environment, PPE, equipment and chemical safety issues, decontamination, medical support, understand legislation governing waste Activate Operational Response Effective communication procedures mobilising and during a response effort including statutory reporting requirements Role of the Shoreline Response Centre, Marine Response Centre, OCU, SOSREP, and Environment Group Approaches to Oil Spill Response, management and practical considerations addressed by a response team; importance of record keeping when mobilising equipment Instigate waste management operations including transport and storage Exercise a complete a site assessment, record and hold a site briefing recommending PPE for personnel Mobilise Contingency Plan procedures Carry out responsible function within UK framework Instigate support facilities as appropriate February

34 F1 F2 F3 G1 G2 G3 Manage and control ongoing response Training level Communications system applicable to Spill Response The importance of thorough and accurate record keeping during a response e.g. activities, costs, claims Environmental sampling and monitoring Deactivate response Assess further release potential and quantify risk of ignition Cost Benefit analysis / cessation decision PR and media expectations, press conferences, managing the media Ensure command and control facilities are adequately resourced at base and forward command post Instigate and maintain record keeping procedures Recognise value of monitoring and be aware of sampling procedures STOp notice 4/2001 Risk assessment of further spill potentials Exercise & produce reasons for cessation of a spill scenario Oil Spill Scenario Exercise; followed by team production of a media justification for all actions taken through A1 to G2 Debrief & report H1 Prosecution powers and process Understand the legal processes of a spill * * H2 H3 Report details of reason for spill size, actions taken etc as a debrief International Convention compensation schemes for oil spill damages and the role of ITOPF Report Exercise: quantification of scenario spill size, reason for spillage, prevention of future spills, assess steps to be taken to stop recurrence. Collect samples & evidence Understand the legal processes of compensation * * February

35 7.5 Course Type: MCA Level 4/4P Oil Spill Response & Control Course IMO level 2 On Scene Commander Equivalent Guidelines Designed as a complete overview of oil spill response processes, this course has a good balance of theoretical and practical elements. The course provides a complete overview of matters relating to response processes in the event of an oil spill and has a good balance of both theory and practical elements. Attendees will be equipped with the skills and knowledge needed to become a key member of an oil spill response team. Attendees This course is for identified members of an oil spill response team who may have responsibilities for planning and logistics, marine operations, aviation, legal issues, public affairs, health and safety and the environment. In a ports and harbours context, this training is aimed at the assistant harbourmaster or harbourmaster of a small or medium port who may be required to activate the Oil Spill Contingency Plan and act as On-scene Commander for Tier 1 and Tier 2 events. This level of training shall be refreshed every 3 years Course length 24 hours/ refresher 8 hours Training levels Description of requirement mentioned in module * Basic ability to undertake task described and tested in course exercise scenario ** Course module undertaken and exercised, capable of controlling task competently *** February

36 Course Type: MCA Level 4/4P On Scene Commander Module Knowledge Skills Training level A1 A2 A3 A4 B1 B2 Assess situation 4 4P Background knowledge about spill prevention, primary sources &potential causes of spillage, different oil types and their fate including weathering and general ship arrangements relating to spill prevention and response Quantification of spillage using Bonn agreement tables, aerial surveillance techniques Plotting potential movement of oil slicks, use of computer models & understand relevance of output Environmental issues, conflicts, potential impact and damage to different systems and wildlife issues Activate Contingency plan OPRC Article 3 Requirement for Approved Contingency Plans and Article 6 Response Requirements & Training The UK National Contingency Plan Understand the role of SOSREP and the OCU and how it interfaces with individual response procedures. Complete a spill report form exercise, recognise historical perspective of spill sizes and impacts and understand the importance of oil spill prevention & good housekeeping * Exercise a worked photo observation example Apply wind and current in correct directions using a vector diagram Exercise in assessing environmental impact of a spill scenario & prioritise actions Identify own role and level of involvement Recognise the tiered Contingency Plan system and relevance of own plan B2 Use of Oil Spill Contingency plan. Activation of reporting section B3 B4 Knowledge of Company/ Authority Emergency Response Structure Review Equipment locally and nationally available Spill assessment, quantified response levels and reporting procedure Practical exercise & response equipment selection February

37 Develop Response Action Plan Training level C1 Response options stated in Oil Spill Plan Exercise selection of appropriate response C2 C3 D1 Booming and Recovery devices, post use rehabilitation & cleaning, oil recovery vessel regs How dispersants work, use, regulation & application of dispersants Establish & organise a response structure Shoreline clean-up techniques and their applicability to various oiling scenarios and beach types Exercise - uses against oil types, assess limitations &deploy Tier 2 equipment Use of dispersant, use decision tree in Contingency plan, application procedure Assess shoreline oiling & supervise shoreline clean-up activities D2 New technologies in oil spill response Selection & sourcing of appropriate equipment D3 D4 E1 E2 E3 Waste management and the need for waste minimisation, temporary storage and final disposal options, legislation governing waste disposal Safety Assessment including hazards to personnel, weather and working environment, PPE, equipment and chemical safety issues, decontamination, medical support, understand legislation governing waste Activate Operational Response Effective communication procedures mobilising and during a response effort including statutory reporting requirements Role of the Shoreline Response Centre, Marine Response Centre, OCU, SOSREP, and Environment Group Approaches to Oil Spill Response, management and practical considerations addressed by a response team; importance of record keeping when mobilising equipment Instigate waste management operations including transport and storage Exercise a complete a site assessment, record and hold a site briefing recommending PPE for personnel Mobilise Contingency Plan procedures Carry out responsible function within UK framework Instigate support facilities as appropriate February

38 F1 F2 F3 G1 G2 G3 Manage and control ongoing response Training level Communications system applicable to Spill Response The importance of thorough and accurate record keeping during a response e.g. activities, costs, claims Environmental sampling and monitoring Deactivate response Assess further release potential and quantify risk of ignition Cost Benefit analysis / cessation decision PR and media expectations, press conferences, managing the media Ensure command and control facilities are adequately resourced at base and forward command post Instigate and maintain record keeping procedures Recognise value of monitoring and be aware of sampling procedures STOp notice 4/2001 Risk assessment of further spill potentials Exercise & produce reasons for cessation of a spill scenario Oil Spill Scenario Exercise; followed by team production of a media justification for all actions taken through A1 to G2 Debrief & report H1 Prosecution powers and process Understand the legal processes of a spill H2 H3 Report details of reason for spill size, actions taken etc as a debrief International Convention compensation schemes for oil spill damages and the role of ITOPF Report Exercise: quantification of scenario spill size, reason for spillage, prevention of future spills, assess steps to be taken to stop recurrence. Collect samples & evidence Understand the legal processes of compensation February

39 7.6 Course Type: Endorsement for MCA Level 4/4p up to course type MCA 5/5p IMO level 3 On Scene Commander Equivalent Guidelines Ability to act as an Executive Commander/Incident Controller including command and control Attendees This course is an endorsement for those with previous training to type 4/4p up to course type MCA 5/5p IMO equivalent Level 3. It is suitable for harbour master of large port or corporate response team managers. Course length 16 hours Training levels These are top-up levels of training additional to the type 4/4p levels Description of requirement mentioned in module * Basic ability to undertake task described and tested in course exercise scenario ** Course module undertaken and exercised, capable of controlling task competently *** February

40 Course Type: MCA Level 4/4P Additional endorsement training to MCA 5/5p Module Knowledge Skills Top-up Training levels A1 A2 A3 A4 B1 B2 Assess situation 4 4P Background knowledge about spill prevention, primary sources &potential causes of spillage, different oil types and their fate including weathering and general ship arrangements relating to spill prevention and response Quantification of spillage using Bonn agreement tables, aerial surveillance techniques Plotting potential movement of oil slicks, use of computer models & understand relevance of output Environmental issues, conflicts, potential impact and damage to different systems and wildlife issues Activate Contingency plan OPRC Article 3 Requirement for Approved Contingency Plans and Article 6 Response Requirements & Training The UK National Contingency Plan Understand the role of SOSREP and the OCU and how it interfaces with individual response procedures. Complete a spill report form exercise, recognise historical perspective of spill sizes and impacts and understand the importance of oil spill prevention & good housekeeping * * Exercise a worked photo observation example * * Apply wind and current in correct directions using a vector diagram * * Exercise in assessing environmental impact of a spill scenario & prioritise actions Identify own role and level of involvement Recognise the tiered Contingency Plan system and relevance of own plan B2 Use of Oil Spill Contingency plan. Activation of reporting section B3 B4 Knowledge of Company/ Authority Emergency Response Structure Review Equipment locally and nationally available Spill assessment, quantified response levels and reporting procedure Practical exercise & response equipment selection February

Department of Energy & Climate Change. Energy Development Unit. Oil Spill Response Training Guidelines for the UK. Offshore Oil Industry

Department of Energy & Climate Change. Energy Development Unit. Oil Spill Response Training Guidelines for the UK. Offshore Oil Industry Department of Energy & Climate Change Energy Development Unit Oil Spill Response Guidelines for the UK Offshore Oil Industry Accreditation of Oil Spill Response for the UK Offshore Oil Industry Revision

More information

Country profile Namibia

Country profile Namibia Country profile Namibia 1- General information Full name of the country Capital city Official language(s) Namibia Windhoek English Main ports Walvis Bay Luderitz Coastline (km) 1570 2- Competent National

More information

Central Authorities Local Authorites

Central Authorities Local Authorites Sri Lanka Governmental Level Marine Environment Protection Authrity Disaster Management Center Sri Lanka Coast Guard Sri Lanka Navy Sri Lanka Ports Authority Ceylon Petroeum Coporation Sri Lanka Army At

More information

Offshore Safety Representative Training Standard

Offshore Safety Representative Training Standard [Type text] Offshore Safety Representative Training Standard OPITO APPROVED STANDARD Offshore Safety Representatives (as defined by SI 1989/971) Training & Refresher Training OPITO Standard Codes: 7080

More information

NABET Criteria for Food Hygiene (GMP/GHP) Awareness Training Course

NABET Criteria for Food Hygiene (GMP/GHP) Awareness Training Course NABET Criteria for Food Hygiene (GMP/GHP) Awareness Training Course 0 Section 1: INTRODUCTION 1.1 The Food Hygiene training course shall provide training in the basic concepts of GMP/GHP as per Codex Guidelines

More information

Country Profile Sao Tome and Principe

Country Profile Sao Tome and Principe Country profile Sao Tome and Principe (last update vember 2015) Country Profile Sao Tome and Principe 1- General information Name Capital(s) Language Sao Tome and Principe Sao Tome Portuguese Main Ports

More information

Exercise Scope: questions to consider on Notification response from the UK s Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Knowledge of the System

Exercise Scope: questions to consider on Notification response from the UK s Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Knowledge of the System Exercise Scope: questions to consider on Notification response from the UK s Maritime and Coastguard Agency (MCA) Knowledge of the System UK Coastguard structure: o 9 regional Coastguard Operating Centres

More information

Aberdeen Harbour Board

Aberdeen Harbour Board Aberdeen Harbour Board OIL SPILL CONTINGENCY PLAN Including HNS 16 Regent Quay Aberdeen AB11 5SS Tel: 01224 597000 Harbour Office Fax: 01224 571507 Vessel Traffic Services Fax: 01224 597007 Email: harbourmasters@aberdeen-harbour.co.uk

More information

Frequently Asked Questions about the BILD PI Training Accreditation Scheme

Frequently Asked Questions about the BILD PI Training Accreditation Scheme Frequently Asked Questions about the BILD PI Training Accreditation Scheme The BILD PI Training Accreditation Scheme was launched in 2002, following extensive work, consultation and guidance. Underpinned

More information

Assessment mission report Ghana

Assessment mission report Ghana World Maritime University The Maritime Commons: Digital Repository of the World Maritime University MARENDA Project Reports 5-2015 Assessment mission report Ghana Henrik Nilsson World Maritime University,

More information

PORT STATE CONTROL OFFICER JOB DESCRIPTION

PORT STATE CONTROL OFFICER JOB DESCRIPTION PORT STATE CONTROL OFFICER JOB DESCRIPTION (a) Prime Function/Purpose of Job The Port State Control Officer is answerable to the Manager Ships Inspection in the conduct of Port State Control inspections

More information

Vessel Traffic Service Act (623/2005)

Vessel Traffic Service Act (623/2005) 1 NB: Unofficial translation Finnish Maritime Administration Chapter 1 General provisions Section 1 Objectives Vessel Traffic Service Act (623/2005) The objectives of this Act are to increase the safety

More information

National Oil Spill Contingency Plan Operations

National Oil Spill Contingency Plan Operations National Oil Spill Contingency Plan Operations National Marine Oil Spill Contingency Plan Page 1 of 16 Contents Chapters... 2 Annexes... 3 Introduction... 4 Purpose of the Plan... 4 Objectives of the National

More information

INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 105

INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 105 Bulletin No. 105 Revision No. 04 Issue Date 23 Nov 2017 Effective Date 24 Nov 2017 INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 105 GUIDANCE ON MANNING, TRAINING AND Guidance and Instructions for Bahamas Recognised Organisations,

More information

Site Safety Plus. Site Management Safety Training Scheme Refresher (SMSTS-R) Course appendix H

Site Safety Plus. Site Management Safety Training Scheme Refresher (SMSTS-R) Course appendix H Page 1 Site Safety Plus Site Management Safety Training Scheme Refresher (SMSTS-R) Course appendix H 1. Introduction... 2 2. Aims and objectives... 2 3. Entry requirements... 2 4. Assessment... 2 5. Delegate

More information

Ratifying International Conventions on the protection of the marine environment Keeping the coasts and the main vessel routes under constant

Ratifying International Conventions on the protection of the marine environment Keeping the coasts and the main vessel routes under constant Ratifying International Conventions on the protection of the marine environment Keeping the coasts and the main vessel routes under constant surveillance Combating, monitoring and coordinating clean-up

More information

REGISTRATION FOR HOME SCHOOLING

REGISTRATION FOR HOME SCHOOLING NSW Education Standards Authority REGISTRATION FOR HOME SCHOOLING AUTHORISED PERSONS HANDBOOK April 2018 Disclaimer: The most up-to-date Authorised Persons Handbook at any time is available on the NSW

More information

Research Council Policy Internships Scheme

Research Council Policy Internships Scheme Research Council Policy Internships Scheme Guidance for applicants A three-month internship opportunity for PhD students funded by the Research Councils of UK Research and Innovation to gain experience

More information

National Oil Spill Contingency Plan For Barbados

National Oil Spill Contingency Plan For Barbados National Oil Spill Contingency Plan For Barbados Table of Contents I. Purpose... 1 II. Scope... 1 III. Responsibility for the Plan... 2 IV. Authority... 2 V. Geographical Boundaries... 6 VI. Interfacing

More information

Reference. No. 02/16 Issue: 1 Page: 1 of 13 Issue Date: 16/05/16 Focal: Aircrew

Reference. No. 02/16 Issue: 1 Page: 1 of 13 Issue Date: 16/05/16 Focal: Aircrew Page: 1 of 13 The purpose of this Memorandum is to outline the requirements as well as IAA instructions and procedures for the initial approval and ongoing maintenance of Cabin Crew Training Organisations

More information

Terms and Conditions of studentship funding

Terms and Conditions of studentship funding Terms and Conditions of studentship funding Any offer of PhD funding from Brain Research UK ( the Charity ) is subject to the following Terms and Conditions. By accepting the award, the Host Institute

More information

National Accreditation Guidelines: Nursing and Midwifery Education Programs

National Accreditation Guidelines: Nursing and Midwifery Education Programs National Accreditation Guidelines: Nursing and Midwifery Education Programs February 2017 National Accreditation Guidelines: Nursing and Midwifery Education Programs Version Control Version Date Amendments

More information

Caspian Sea Plan Concerning Regional Co-operation in Combating Oil Pollution in Cases of Emergency

Caspian Sea Plan Concerning Regional Co-operation in Combating Oil Pollution in Cases of Emergency Draft Updated Caspian Sea Plan Concerning Regional Co-operation in Combating Oil Pollution in Cases of Emergency November 2012 1. INTRODUCTION... 1 1.1. Background... 1 1.2. Definitions, Acronyms and Abbreviations...

More information

2017 Mid-Year Review

2017 Mid-Year Review THE GLOBAL OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY ASSOCIATION FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SOCIAL ISSUES 2017 Mid-Year Review www.giwacaf.org Contents About the Project 2 2017 Mid-Year Review of the GI WACAF Project 3 Calendar

More information

NHS Health Check Assessor workbook. to accompany the competence framework

NHS Health Check Assessor workbook. to accompany the competence framework NHS Assessor workbook to accompany the competence framework January 2015 About Public Health England Public Health England exists to protect and improve the nation's health and wellbeing, and reduce health

More information

Rail Training Accreditation Scheme (RTAS) Rules

Rail Training Accreditation Scheme (RTAS) Rules (RTAS) Rules Purpose and Scope...1 1. The RTAS Rules...2 2. Roles and Responsibilities... 4 3. Management System Requirements...7 4. Breaches of the RTAS Rules...12 5. Investigating breaches of the RTAS

More information

Site Safety Plus. Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) Course appendix C

Site Safety Plus. Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) Course appendix C Page 1 Site Safety Plus Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme (SSSTS) Course appendix C 1. Introduction... 2 2. Aims and objectives... 2 3. Entry requirements... 2 4. Assessment... 2 5. Delegate numbers...

More information

Standards for the initial education and training of pharmacy technicians. October 2017

Standards for the initial education and training of pharmacy technicians. October 2017 Standards for the initial education and training of pharmacy technicians October 2017 The text of this document (but not the logo and branding) may be reproduced free of charge in any format or medium,

More information

Procedures for the initial education and training of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in Great Britain and Northern Ireland

Procedures for the initial education and training of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in Great Britain and Northern Ireland Procedures for the initial education and training of pharmacists and pharmacy technicians in Great Britain and Northern Ireland December 2013 2 Procedures for the initial education and training of pharmacists

More information

Road Fuel Supply Disruption: Strategic Guidance for NHS Boards in Scotland. NHSScotland Resilience. Scottish Government

Road Fuel Supply Disruption: Strategic Guidance for NHS Boards in Scotland. NHSScotland Resilience. Scottish Government 1 Document Control Document Title Road Fuel Supply Disruption: Strategic Guidance for NHS Boards in Scotland Owner & contact details Scottish Government Sponsor Area Publication Date Future Review Date

More information

COMPANY SAFETY PROTOCOL (DRAFT) Helping everyone who comes to Napier Port get home to their family safely every day.

COMPANY SAFETY PROTOCOL (DRAFT) Helping everyone who comes to Napier Port get home to their family safely every day. COMPANY SAFETY PROTOCOL (DRAFT) Helping everyone who comes to Napier Port get home to their family safely every day. DRAFT COMPANY SAFETY PROTOCOL 2018 NAPIER PORT S ROLE Our Duty of Care Under the Health

More information

The Engineering Council Graduate Diploma examination

The Engineering Council Graduate Diploma examination The Engineering Council Graduate Diploma examination Assessment of unit 232 - project proposal To be completed by candidates who have been registered for entry to the Graduate Diploma examination and wish

More information

Marine Protection Rules Part 130B Oil Transfer Site Marine Oil Spill Contingency Plans

Marine Protection Rules Part 130B Oil Transfer Site Marine Oil Spill Contingency Plans Marine Protection Rules Part 130B Oil Transfer Site Marine Oil Spill Contingency Plans ISBN 978-0-478-35460-7 Published by Maritime New Zealand, PO Box 27006, Wellington 6141, New Zealand Maritime New

More information

ELEMENTS OF REQUEST FOR MARITIME SECURITY TRAINING COURSE APPROVAL

ELEMENTS OF REQUEST FOR MARITIME SECURITY TRAINING COURSE APPROVAL ELEMENTS OF REQUEST FOR MARITIME SECURITY TRAINING COURSE APPROVAL The elements listed below comprise a request for course approval. The request and supporting material shall be submitted electronically

More information

Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Custodial Care ( )

Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Custodial Care ( ) Level 3 NVQ Diploma in Custodial Care (8434-03) Qualification handbook for centres 600/075319 www.cityandguilds.com March 2011 Version 1.1 (Aug 2011) About City & Guilds City & Guilds is the UK s leading

More information

Heritage Grants - Receiving a grant. Mentoring and monitoring; Permission to Start; and Grant payment

Heritage Grants - Receiving a grant. Mentoring and monitoring; Permission to Start; and Grant payment Heritage Grants - Receiving a grant Mentoring and monitoring; Permission to Start; and September 2017 1 Introduction... 2 Filling in forms... 2 Before Starting... 2 Reporting on progress... 3 Mentoring

More information

specialising in maths and computing Health, Safety and Environmental Policy Date March 2012 Review Date March 2014 Governor Committee Health & Safety

specialising in maths and computing Health, Safety and Environmental Policy Date March 2012 Review Date March 2014 Governor Committee Health & Safety specialising in maths and computing Health, Safety and Environmental Policy Date March 2012 Review Date March 2014 Governor Committee Health & Safety HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY HEALTH AND

More information

PART A. In order to achieve its objectives, this Code embodies a number of functional requirements. These include, but are not limited to:

PART A. In order to achieve its objectives, this Code embodies a number of functional requirements. These include, but are not limited to: PART A MANDATORY REQUIREMENTS REGARDING THE PROVISIONS OF CHAPTER XI-2 OF THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE SAFETY OF LIFE AT SEA, 1974, AS AMENDED 1 GENERAL 1.1 Introduction This part of the International

More information

Oil Spill Preparedness Regional Initiative Caspian Sea Black Sea Central Eurasia

Oil Spill Preparedness Regional Initiative Caspian Sea Black Sea Central Eurasia OSPRI Annual Report 2016 Oil Spill Preparedness Regional Initiative Caspian Sea Black Sea Central Eurasia Promoting Proven, Credible, Integrated and Sustainable Oil Spill Response Capability An Initiative

More information

APPLICATION FOR AN ORAL EXAMINATION LEADING TO THE ISSUE OF CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY (STCW)

APPLICATION FOR AN ORAL EXAMINATION LEADING TO THE ISSUE OF CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY (STCW) MSF 4278 REV 01 / 2016 APPLICATION FOR AN ORAL EXAMINATION LEADING TO THE ISSUE OF CERTIFICATE OF COMPETENCY (STCW) Engineer Officers on Commercially and Privately Operated Yachts YE IMPORTANT - BEFORE

More information

Trainers & Assessors Handbook TMAN0102 Published: 4 October 2013

Trainers & Assessors Handbook TMAN0102 Published: 4 October 2013 Trainers & Assessors Handbook TMAN0102 Published: 4 October 2013 IOH INJURY & OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH Contents Introduction... 4 Assessment for VET Accredited Courses... 4 General Information... 5 Mobile Phones...

More information

IAF Guidance on the Application of ISO/IEC Guide 61:1996

IAF Guidance on the Application of ISO/IEC Guide 61:1996 IAF Guidance Document IAF Guidance on the Application of ISO/IEC Guide 61:1996 General Requirements for Assessment and Accreditation of Certification/Registration Bodies Issue 3, Version 3 (IAF GD 1:2003)

More information

UNIT GC3: HEALTH AND SAFETY PRACTICAL APPLICATION. Guidance and information for accredited course providers and candidates

UNIT GC3: HEALTH AND SAFETY PRACTICAL APPLICATION. Guidance and information for accredited course providers and candidates UNIT GC3: HEALTH AND SAFETY PRACTICAL APPLICATION For NEBOSH National General Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety and NEBOSH International Certificate in Occupational Health and Safety Guidance

More information

Marina Strategy: Section A Request for Proposal. 1. Request for Proposal. 2. Communication. 3. Key Contacts

Marina Strategy: Section A Request for Proposal. 1. Request for Proposal. 2. Communication. 3. Key Contacts Date: 14 August 2015 Marina Strategy: Section A Request for Proposal 1. Request for Proposal 1.1 Nelson City Council (Council) invites proposals for the development of a strategy for the Nelson Marina

More information

Australian Medical Council Limited

Australian Medical Council Limited Australian Medical Council Limited Procedures for Assessment and Accreditation of Specialist Medical Programs and Professional Development Programs by the Australian Medical Council 2017 Specialist Education

More information

Country Profile 2015

Country Profile 2015 REGIONAL ACTIVITY CENTRE /REGIONAL MARINE POLLUTION EMERGENCY, INFORMATION AND TRAINING CENTRE - WIDER CARIBBEAN REGION Country Profile 15 COUNTRY Belize Seru Mahuma z/n, Aviation and Meteorology Building

More information

Research Equipment Grants 2018 Scheme 2018 Guidelines for Applicants Open to members of Translational Cancer Research Centres

Research Equipment Grants 2018 Scheme 2018 Guidelines for Applicants Open to members of Translational Cancer Research Centres Research Equipment Grants 2018 Scheme 2018 Guidelines for Applicants Open to members of Translational Cancer Research Centres Applications close 12 noon 08 March 2018 Contents Definitions 3 Overview 4

More information

Level 3 Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health

Level 3 Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health Level 3 Certificate in Occupational Safety and Health Qualification specification Version 3 Regulated by the Qualifications Regulators at Level 3 in the Regulated Qualifications Framework Qualification

More information

ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES POLICY FOR CONTINUING HEALTHCARE FUNDED INDIVIDUALS

ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES POLICY FOR CONTINUING HEALTHCARE FUNDED INDIVIDUALS ALLOCATION OF RESOURCES POLICY FOR CONTINUING HEALTHCARE FUNDED INDIVIDUALS APPROVED BY: South Gloucestershire Clinical Commissioning Group Quality and Governance Committee DATE Date of Issue:- Version

More information

Sentinel Scheme Rules

Sentinel Scheme Rules Purpose and Scope... 1 1. The... 2 2. Roles and Responsibilities... 4 3. Management System Requirements... 8 4. Breaches of the... 14 5. Investigating breaches of the... 15 6. Scheme Assurance Arrangements...

More information

Regulations for HKAS Accreditation

Regulations for HKAS Accreditation Regulations for HKAS Accreditation Published by Innovation and Technology Commission The Government of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region 36/F., Immigration Tower, 7 Gloucester Road, Wan Chai,

More information

Continuing Healthcare Policy

Continuing Healthcare Policy Continuing Healthcare Policy 1 SUMMARY This policy describes the way in which Haringey Clinical Commissioning Group (HCCG) will make provision for the care of people who have been assessed as eligible

More information

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY

HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY Category: Health and Safety Date Created: July 2016 Responsibility: Chief Executive Date Last Reviewed: October 2017 Approval: UCOL Council Version: 17.1 UCOL Health and Safety

More information

Level 4 Award in Health Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response

Level 4 Award in Health Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response Level 4 Award in Health Emergency Preparedness, Resilience and Response April 2016 Total Qualification Time Of which Guided Learning Hours 70 hours 48 hours Ofqual Qualification Number: 601/8698/7 Description

More information

Standards of Practice for Optometrists and Dispensing Opticians

Standards of Practice for Optometrists and Dispensing Opticians Standards of Practice for Optometrists and Dispensing Opticians effective from April 2016 Standards of Practice for Optometrists and Dispensing Opticians Standards of Practice Our Standards of Practice

More information

LETTER OF AGREEMENT ON LIMITED USE OF DISPERSANTS AND CHEMICAL AGENTS DURING OIL DISCHARGES OCCURRING IN COASTAL WATERS

LETTER OF AGREEMENT ON LIMITED USE OF DISPERSANTS AND CHEMICAL AGENTS DURING OIL DISCHARGES OCCURRING IN COASTAL WATERS LETTER OF AGREEMENT ON LIMITED USE OF DISPERSANTS AND CHEMICAL AGENTS DURING OIL DISCHARGES OCCURRING IN COASTAL WATERS AMONG U. S. COAST GUARD (USCG) - SEVENTH DISTRICT, U.S. ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION

More information

Site Safety Plus. Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme Refresher (SSSTS-R) Course appendix D

Site Safety Plus. Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme Refresher (SSSTS-R) Course appendix D Page 1 Site Safety Plus Site Supervision Safety Training Scheme Refresher (SSSTS-R) Course appendix D 1. Introduction... 2 2. Aims and objectives... 2 3. Entry requirements... 2 4. Assessment... 2 5. Delegate

More information

Marine Engineer Class 3 (MEC 3)

Marine Engineer Class 3 (MEC 3) Marine Engineer Class 3 (MEC 3) This guideline is for new applicants for a Marine Engineer Class 3 certificate of competency Marine Engineer Class 3 (MEC 3) Guidance for certificate of competency Page

More information

COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION. of

COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION. of EUROPEAN COMMISSION Brussels, 16.10.2014 C(2014) 7489 final COMMISSION IMPLEMENTING DECISION of 16.10.2014 laying down rules for the implementation of Decision No 1313/2013/EU of the European Parliament

More information

Terms & Conditions of Award

Terms & Conditions of Award PART 1 1. INTRODUCTION 1 Terms & Conditions of Award 1.1. Part 1 of this Terms & Conditions of Award document sets out the standard terms and conditions for all British Academy awards. Additional terms

More information

SENIOR HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKER Apprenticeship Standard Guide

SENIOR HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKER Apprenticeship Standard Guide SENIOR HEALTHCARE SUPPORT WORKER Apprenticeship Standard Guide Level: 3 Duration: 12 to 18 months Maximum Funding: 3,000.00 www.futurequals.com www.futurequals.com This document is copyright under the

More information

We are the regulator: Our job is to check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting essential standards.

We are the regulator: Our job is to check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting essential standards. Inspection Report We are the regulator: Our job is to check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting essential standards. The Air Ambulance Service Fire & Rescue Building, Coventry Airport,

More information

Endorsements for national certificates

Endorsements for national certificates Endorsements for national certificates This guideline covers new endorsements for national certificates listed under Subpart B of Maritime Rule 32 Endorsements for national certificates Page 1 of 20 Endorsements

More information

ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowships Call specification

ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowships Call specification Summary ESRC Postdoctoral Fellowships Call specification The Economic and Social Research Council (ESRC) is pleased to announce the introduction of a Postdoctoral Fellowship (PDF) scheme aimed at providing

More information

Continuing Professional Development. Jill ILIFFE Executive Secretary Commonwealth Nurses Federation

Continuing Professional Development. Jill ILIFFE Executive Secretary Commonwealth Nurses Federation Continuing Professional Development Jill ILIFFE Executive Secretary Commonwealth Nurses Federation What is CPD? There are MANY different names for the same thing CPD: Continuing professional development

More information

Improving the quality of diagnostic spirometry in adults: the National Register of certified professionals and operators

Improving the quality of diagnostic spirometry in adults: the National Register of certified professionals and operators Improving the quality of diagnostic spirometry in adults: the National Register of certified professionals and operators September 2016 Improving the quality of diagnostic spirometry in adults: the National

More information

Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace

Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace Level 2 Award in Health and Safety in the Workplace Qualification specification 2014 For examinations in 2014 Version 1 Accredited by the Qualifications Regulators at Level 2 in the Qualifications and

More information

Career Development Fellowships 2018 Guidelines for Applicants. Applications close 12 noon 05 April 2018

Career Development Fellowships 2018 Guidelines for Applicants. Applications close 12 noon 05 April 2018 Career Development Fellowships 2018 Guidelines for Applicants Applications close 12 noon 05 April 2018 Contents Definitions 3 Overview 4 Career Development Fellowship (CDF) 5 Eligibility 7 Assessment of

More information

Consultation on initial education and training standards for pharmacy technicians. December 2016

Consultation on initial education and training standards for pharmacy technicians. December 2016 Consultation on initial education and training standards for pharmacy technicians December 2016 The text of this document (but not the logo and branding) may be reproduced free of charge in any format

More information

HEA Accreditation Policy

HEA Accreditation Policy HEA Accreditation Policy 2017-18 1. Policy statement The Higher Education Academy (HEA) accredits initial and continuing professional development (CPD) programmes delivered by higher education providers

More information

Writtle College Health and Safety Policy

Writtle College Health and Safety Policy Writtle College Health and Safety Policy 2015-2016 Document Ownership: Role Title: Chair of the Board Department Approved by Senior Management Team 11 August 2015 Approved by Personnel & Remuneration Committee

More information

National Oil Spill Contingency Plan in the Lebanese Waters

National Oil Spill Contingency Plan in the Lebanese Waters THE REPUBLIC OF LEBANON National Oil Spill Contingency Plan in the Lebanese Waters VOLUME C: ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Version 1 February 2017 Contents List of Tables... ii List of Figures... ii Abbreviations...

More information

We are the regulator: Our job is to check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting essential standards.

We are the regulator: Our job is to check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting essential standards. Inspection Report We are the regulator: Our job is to check whether hospitals, care homes and care services are meeting essential standards. Life Line Screening UK Corporate Office 3rd Floor, Suite 8,

More information

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES POLICY Page 1 of 5 Reviewed: May 2017

HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES POLICY Page 1 of 5 Reviewed: May 2017 Page 1 of 5 Policy Applies to: All staff employed by Mercy, Credentialed Specialists, Allied Health Professionals and contractors Related Standards: Health and Safety At Work Act, 2015 Hazardous Substances

More information

Safeguarding Training and Development Policy

Safeguarding Training and Development Policy Safeguarding Training and Development Policy February 2018 Policy The Diocese of Portsmouth is committed to ensuring that all church officers working with vulnerable groups are aware of their safeguarding

More information

INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 108

INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 108 Bulletin No. 108 Revision No. 04 Issue Date: 23 rd Dec. 2015 Effective Date: 23 rd Dec. 2015 INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 108 BAHAMAS FLAG STATE ENDORSEMENTS Guidance and Instructions for Bahamas Recognised

More information

MARINE SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

MARINE SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MARINE SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ENVIRONMENTAL PREVENTION AND RESPONSE NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS PLAN Process Framework See Attachment Environmental Prevention and Response Program Framework. 1.0 Purpose 1.1

More information

Rules for Non Trackside Sponsors joining the Sentinel Scheme

Rules for Non Trackside Sponsors joining the Sentinel Scheme Rules for Non Trackside Sponsors joining the Sentinel Scheme Rules for Non Trackside Sponsors joining the Sentinel Scheme...1 Introduction...1 1. Sponsorship...2 2. Management System Requirements...5 3.

More information

National Incident Management System (NIMS) & the Incident Command System (ICS)

National Incident Management System (NIMS) & the Incident Command System (ICS) CITY OF LEWES EMERGENCY OPERATIONS PLAN ANNEX D National Incident Management System (NIMS) & the Incident Command System (ICS) On February 28, 2003, President Bush issued Homeland Security Presidential

More information

PRIVACY MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK

PRIVACY MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK PRIVACY MANAGEMENT FRAMEWORK Section Contact Office of the AVC Operations, International and University Registrar Risk Management Last Review July 2014 Next Review July 2017 Approval SLT14/7/176 Effective

More information

Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care and Children and Young People's Settings ( )

Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care and Children and Young People's Settings ( ) Level 2 Award in Employment Responsibilities and Rights in Health, Social Care and Children and Young People's Settings (4233-20) www.cityandguilds.com August 2017 Version 2.1 Qualification handbook for

More information

Telecommuting Policy

Telecommuting Policy Telecommuting Policy The Telecommuting Policy provides guidelines on the telecommuting program. It defines the parameters of the telecommuting arrangement. The policies must fit the existing university

More information

INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 153

INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 153 Bulletin No. 153 Revision No. 00 Issue Date 28 November 2014 Effective Date 01 December 2014 INFORMATION BULLETIN No. 153 GUIDANCE ON THE ISSUE OF BAHAMAS NATIONAL CERTIFICATES UNDER STCW CHAPTER IV AS

More information

BSc (HONS) NURSING IN THE HOME/ DISTRICT NURSING

BSc (HONS) NURSING IN THE HOME/ DISTRICT NURSING BSc (HONS) NURSING IN THE HOME/ DISTRICT NURSING PRACTICE TEACHER HANDBOOK OCTOBER 2014 (Hons) Nursing in the Home District Nursing Practice Teacher Handbook.doc 1 CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION 1 2 THE PROGRAMME

More information

National Disability Insurance Scheme (Approved Quality Auditors Scheme) Guidelines 2018

National Disability Insurance Scheme (Approved Quality Auditors Scheme) Guidelines 2018 EXPOSURE DRAFT This is a limited circulation exposure draft. It is supplied in confidence and should be given appropriate protection. National Disability Insurance Scheme (Approved Quality Auditors Scheme)

More information

JOB DESCRIPTION. 2. To participate in the delivery of medicines administration depending on local need and priorities.

JOB DESCRIPTION. 2. To participate in the delivery of medicines administration depending on local need and priorities. JOB DESCRIPTION JOB TITLE: Clinical Pharmacy Technician PAY BAND: 5 DEPARTMENT/DIVISION: BASED AT: REPORTS TO: PHARMACY/A5 University Hospitals Birmingham Pharmacy Support Manager PROFESSIONALLY RESPONSIBLE

More information

Criteria for SQF Trainers

Criteria for SQF Trainers Criteria for SQF Trainers 1st Edition DECEMBER 2008 Safe Quality Food Institute 2345 Crystal Drive, Suite 800 Arlington, VA 22202 USA 202-220-0635 www.sqfi.com SQF Institute is a division of the Food Marketing

More information

MINIMUM CRITERIA FOR REACH AND CLP INSPECTIONS 1

MINIMUM CRITERIA FOR REACH AND CLP INSPECTIONS 1 FORUM FOR EXCHANGE OF INFORMATION ON ENFORCEMENT Adopted at the 9 th meeting of the Forum on 1-3 March 2011 MINIMUM CRITERIA FOR REACH AND CLP INSPECTIONS 1 MARCH 2011 1 First edition adopted at the 6

More information

Seafarer Certification and Operational Limits Framework

Seafarer Certification and Operational Limits Framework Seafarer Certification and Operational Limits Framework 2 July 2014 This document sets out the seafarer certification and operational limits framework for New Zealand. It supplements the advisory circulars

More information

GLOBAL WIND ORGANISATION STANDARD

GLOBAL WIND ORGANISATION STANDARD GLOBAL WIND ORGANISATION STANDARD (BSTR) (Onshore/Offshore) Version update December, 2015 Module Latest update First Aid Version 2, Manual Handling Version 2, Fire Awareness Version 2, Working At Heights

More information

London South Bank University Regulations

London South Bank University Regulations Regulations on Assessment and Progression, updated September 2011 London South Bank University Regulations Faculty of Health and Social Care Regulations on Assessment and Progression Pre-registration Nursing

More information

Australia-China Young Researchers Exchange Program Application Form 2013

Australia-China Young Researchers Exchange Program Application Form 2013 Australia-China Young Researchers Exchange Program Application Form 2013 This Project is supported by the Commonwealth of Australia under the Australia-China Science and Research Fund Application pack

More information

Loughborough University. Facilities Management (FM) Health, Safety and Environment Policy

Loughborough University. Facilities Management (FM) Health, Safety and Environment Policy Creation Date: 01.04.2011 Revision Date: 08.11.2012 Loughborough University Facilities Management (FM) Health, Safety and Environment Policy For Safe Systems of Work and Procedures click here For Campus

More information

INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF SHIPS' BALLAST WATER AND SEDIMENTS, 2004

INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF SHIPS' BALLAST WATER AND SEDIMENTS, 2004 E 4 ALBERT EMBANKMENT LONDON SE1 7SR Telephone: +44 (0)20 7735 7611 Fax: +44 (0)20 7587 3210 BWM.2/Circ.60 22 May 2017 INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION FOR THE CONTROL AND MANAGEMENT OF SHIPS' BALLAST WATER AND

More information

Notice of Proposed Rule Making NPRM 15-03

Notice of Proposed Rule Making NPRM 15-03 Notice of Proposed Rule Making NPRM 15-03 16 July 2015 Part 147 Docket 14/CAR/2 Consequential Amendments Part 66 Part 119 Part 145 Published by the Civil Aviation Authority of New Zealand Background to

More information

BIIAB Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (QCF)

BIIAB Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (QCF) Qualification Handbook BIIAB Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Work in Adult Social Care (QCF) 601/6495/5 Version 1 BIIAB September 2015 BIIAB Level 2 Certificate in Preparing to Table of Contents 1.

More information

Clinical Coding Policy

Clinical Coding Policy Clinical Coding Policy Document Summary This policy document sets out the Trust s expectations on the management of clinical coding DOCUMENT NUMBER POL/002/093 DATE RATIFIED 9 December 2013 DATE IMPLEMENTED

More information

Emergency First-Aid at Work

Emergency First-Aid at Work First aid at work Emergency First-Aid at Work Training standard for delivery of Emergency First-Aid at Work courses for the purposes of the Health and Safety (First-Aid) Regulations (Northern Ireland)

More information

QCF. Health and Social Care. Centre Handbook. Level 2 Certificate in Dementia Care Level 3 Certificate in Dementia Care Scheme codes 05920, 05922

QCF. Health and Social Care. Centre Handbook. Level 2 Certificate in Dementia Care Level 3 Certificate in Dementia Care Scheme codes 05920, 05922 QCF Health and Social Care Level 2 Certificate in Dementia Care Level 3 Certificate in Dementia Care Scheme codes 05920, 05922 Centre Handbook OCR Level 2 and 3 Certificates in Dementia Care 1 Contents

More information

TQUK Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (RQF)

TQUK Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (RQF) TQUK Level 1 Award in Health and Safety in a Construction Environment (RQF) Qualification Specification Qualification Number: 603/2683/9 Version 3 Introduction Welcome to TQUK. TQUK is an Awarding Organisation

More information