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Health & Safety in Engineering Workplace

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This document provides an overview of health and safety regulations in the engineering workplace. It covers the key features of relevant regulations, the roles and responsibilities of different stakeholders, requirements for safe waste disposal, methods of identifying hazards, and the consequences of not abiding by legislation and regulations. The document also includes examples and references to specific HSE safety policies and regulations.

Health & Safety in Engineering Workplace

   Added on 2022-12-22

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Project Brief (Learner to fill in all parts highlighted in yellow)
Programme Title: Programme
No:
Unit Number and
Title:
U1: Health & Safety in The Engineering
Workplace
Coursework Title: A1: Legislation & hazards Assessment
Number:
UA1A1
Final deadline
Assessor
Task
No
Assessment criteria covered Date Achieved F
e
e
d
b
a
c
k
1st
Attempt
2nd
Attempt*
Comment
Attached?Grading criteria: P1, P2, P3, P4, M1, M3, D1
1
P1 explain the key features of relevant regulations
on health and safety as applied to a working
environment in two selected or given engineering
organizations.
2
P2 describe the roles and responsibilities under
current health and safety legislation and
regulations, of those involved
3
P3 explain the key features of the relevant
legislation and EU directives, with regard to
environmental management
4 P4 explain the requirements for the safe disposal
of waste
5 P5 describe the methods used to identify hazards
in a working environment
6
M1 explain the consequences of management not
abiding by legislation and regulations and carrying
out their roles and responsibilities in a given
health and safety situation
7
M2 explain the consequences of management not
abiding by legislation and regulations when
carrying out their roles and responsibilities, with
regard to environmental management
8c
D1 assess the extent to which legislation and
regulations are satisfied in a given health and
safety situation
8ab
D2 justify the methods used to deal with hazards in
accordance with workplace policies and legal
requirements
Evidence you
must produce
for this project:
Written work for
above tasks (not
plagiarised)
Sources of
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information: Unit
A1 course notes
sections 1 to 2.
HSE and
environmental
websites and
similar links.
*Re-submission
Conditions: Only
one opportunity to
re-submit work
will be allowed for
each task. All
three of the
conditions below
must be met if
this is to be
allowed: These
are that: You have met
the original
‘deadline’ date
or agreed
extension date
with approved
extenuating
circumstances
form The tasks
have been
attempted
and are
developed to
a reasonable
standard Your tutor
judges that
you will be
able to provide
improved
evidence
without further
guidance Your tutor can
be sure that
the evidence
submitted is
your own work,
and that you
have signed a
declaration of
authenticity
declaring that
it is your own
work.
A resubmission
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date will be set for
15 working days
after the
assessment has
been returned to
you.
Assessment Record Sheet
1. Learner to fill in on first submission:
Task
ref(s)
Evidence submitted
(e.g. written report, calculation, file name).
Task ref(s) Evidence submitted
(e.g. written report, calculation, file name).
Additional learner
comments to the
assessor:
Learner Declaration on Submission
I certify that the evidence submitted for this project is my own. I
have clearly referenced any sources used in the work. I
understand that false declaration is a form of malpractice.
Learner Signature. D
a
t
e
.
2. Assessor to fill in on first submission:
Task
ref(s)
Assessor comment on task(s) Task ref(s) Assessor comment on task(s)
General feedback
from the Assessor:
Has an extension to the deadline been approved by the Assessor due to extenuating circumstances?
Assessor Declaration on Submission
I certify that the evidence submitted for this project is the learner’s own.
If it is not their own work, then this is clearly explained and detailed in the
feedback and comments above.
Assessor Signature. D
a
t
e
.
3. Learner to fill in on resubmission:
Task
ref(s)
Evidence submitted
(e.g. written report, calculation, file name).
Task ref(s) Evidence submitted
(e.g. written report, calculation, file name).
Additional learner
comments to the
assessor:
Learner Declaration on resubmission
I certify that the evidence submitted for this project is my own. I
have clearly referenced any sources used in the work. I
understand that false declaration is a form of malpractice.
Learner Signature. D
a
t
e
.
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4. Assessor to fill in on resubmission:
Task
ref(s)
Assessor comment on task(s) Task ref(s) Assessor comment on task(s)
Resubmission
feedback from the
Assessor:
Does the learner need to attempt an assessment Retake? Y/N Date of Retake:
Assessor Declaration on Submission
I certify that the evidence submitted for this project is the learner’s own.
If it is not their own work, then this is clearly explained and detailed in the
feedback and comments above
Assessor Signature. D
a
t
e
.
Sample Type:
(First or resubmission)
Samples IV
Signature: Date:
Assessment Instructions
Assessment grading instructions:
Tasks 1 to 5 are required for PASS (P) grade and must be attempted
Tasks 6 to 7 also required for MERIT (M) grade (optional)
Task 8 is also required for DISTINCTION (D) grade (optional)
Work for Merit/Dist. grades should also be supported by fully referenced evidence
Important Assessment Instructions - READ CAREFULLY!!
Return your assessment within the time duration indicated on the cover sheet.
Write all answers in your own words, as we use software
Attach all your work to the bottom of the assessment as 1 single file (no separate files unless
instructed in a task).
Type your name on the front sheet of the assessment and the start date, which is when you
received or downloaded it.
Use 'MS Word format only (. docks)' and sign the appropriate 'submission/resubmission box
Although we aim to mark within 1 week, please allow up to 2 weeks for your assessment to be
marked and returned to you by email.
In any email correspondence, specify the assessment number in the ‘Subject’ box.
Written submissions/resubmissions must be signed to declare the work is your own as they
are checked for plagiarism (as copied work will not be marked)
Any referenced work should be inserted via snipped images, so that these can be ignored by
the plagiarism checker software
Refer to your learner handbook for assessment rules – copy available on your Moodle learner
support page
Return the assessment by email (as indicated on Moodle) complete
within the time duration shown above.
For resubmission follow the conditions given above. Do not alter any
of your original submission (or any feedback provided), simply add it
below previously submitted work and feedback and sign any
resubmission work in the highlighted record box provided
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