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Title: Health and Safety Accreditation What are the risks? Am I at risk?


1
Health and Safety AccreditationWhat are the
risks? Am I at risk?
  • Probably more than you are aware of but less so
    if you act than if you dont
  • Being able to demonstrate you are actively
    following a scheme is really all the defence you
    need
  • You may need to be able to demonstrate good
    practice can good practice raise standards?
  • HSE Active
  • Fines are heavier
  • Insurance is higher expectations are greater
  • Negligence
  • Litigation
  • LEA Policy on risk assessment

2
RDTHSC conference Feb 2003
  • The desire for a standard system of training and
    accreditation
  • The cost of accreditation - which at present is a
    disincentive to register
  • No alterations of standards
  • Compliance with NC requirements
  • Current picture of trained teachers?

3
DRAFT DESIGN
TECHNOLOGY HEALTH AND SAFETY TRAINING
ACCREDITATION PROCESS
Teacher/technician with no health and safety
knowledge
Teacher/technician with limited health and safety
knowledge
Complete Health Safety Audit - Form A
Experienced teacher/technician with considerable
health and safety knowledge
RDTHSC supported by Core Training Manual. Set
tasks for accreditation
CORE LEVEL TRAINING 3 hours face to face course
or school based addressing 43 statements Outcome
Certificate of attendance
Possible pre-visit by RDTHSC to identify remedial
action on machinery and to plan training
FAST TRACK Evidence of certification / knowledge
/ understanding Outcome acceptable
certification of previous training returned to
RDTHSC
SPECIALIST LEVEL TRAINING Where necessary on
specific equipment / machinery (Includes Basic
Food Hygiene Certificate) Conducted by
HEI/HOD/Adviser/ RDTHSC etc. Outcome trainee
reviews training audit (included in Portfolio).
Portfolio returned to RDTHSC
SPECIALIST LEVEL TRAINING On specific
equipment/machinery (includes Basic Food Hygiene
Certificate) Conducted by HEI/HOD/Adviser/ RDTHSC
etc Outcome trainee completes a training audit
(included in Portfolio). Portfolio returned to
RDTHSC
Some training could be distance learning/on-line
CORE SPECIALIST LEVEL FOR 4 AREAS
ACCREDITATION AND CERTIFICATION School
based Conducted by RDTHSC (recommended rather
than by HOD/HT) 30-40 minute interview with
HOD 15-20 minutes/machine with all staff
presentQA with demonstration by trainees as
appropriate. Feedback on Portfolio of Evidence
Outcome core and specialist levels signed off
on accreditation application form
Need to include guidance on what demos
RDTHSC should ask for
FAST TRACK Evidence of certification / knowledge/
understanding Refresher/interview can be
conducted at same time as specialist level
interviews (see above
SPECIALIST EXTENSION LEVEL TRAINING (NB only
applies to Resistant Material areas at
present) on specific equipment/machinery (S1-S8
see p36 Guide for Consultants, Trainers and
Teachers for HS in Design Technology) as
needed Conducted by appropriately trained
RDTHSC/HEI/etc Training must be in accordance
with DATA/NAAIDT guidance (Guide for
Consultants, Training and Teachers for H S in
Design and Technology)
Other materials (e.g. Sunderland University
CDROM) could be used to support this level of
training Also includes Advanced Food Hygiene
Certificate
SPECIALIST EXTENSION LEVEL ACCREDITATION
CERTIFICATION Completed by RDTHSC on successful
completion of training or submission of
appropriate certification. (Recommended that
this is also carried out by RDTHSC for staff with
existing certification rather than HT, employer
etc) Outcome specialist extension levels
signed off on accreditation application form
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PREPARING THE PORTFOLIO OF EVIDENCEFOR
ACCREDITATION (Core Level)
  • A REGULATORY FRAMEWORK
  • Complete the questions provided
  • B RISK ASSESSMENT
  • Complete a risk assessment form for a specific
    piece of machinery/equipment in your
    workshop/studio
  • C ENVIRONMENT
  • Annotate a photograph or a sketch of your working
    area highlighting key features that demonstrate
    aspects of a safe working environment

6
PREPARING THE PORTFOLIO OF EVIDENCEFOR
ACCREDITATION (Core Level)
  • D TEACHING STRATEGIES
  • Produce an example of a short/medium term plan to
    highlight how HS references are incorporated
    into your scheme of work
  • E EQUIPMENT, PROCESSES, TOOLS, MATERIALS AND
    COMPONENTS
  • Produce a record of a portable electrical test
    carried out on a piece(s) of equipment from your
    working area.

7
PREPARING THE DEMONSTRATION FOR ACCREDITATION
(CoreSpec. Level)
  • MATERIALS AND COMPONENT
  • EQUIPMENT, PROCESSES AND TOOLS
  • SEE SET TASKS

8
Why a Portfolio of Evidence?
  • Protection!
  • Secure form of Assessment
  • Time to prepare demo for accreditation
  • Demonstrates good practise
  • CPD - demonstrates core training
  • Relevance to teaching
  • Active record

9
Meeting the DATA/TTA Health and Safety Training
Standards in Design and Technology
  • To meet the CORE and SPECIALIST levels

10
SET TASKS SHEET FOR CORE SPECIALIST
LEVEL(S)  HEALTH SAFETY - DESIGN
TECHNOLOGY   Accreditation process for Core and
specialist area(s)  Time 15 - 20 minutes per
person per specialist area    Context and
expectation Teacher or technician to give a
commentary and practical demonstration as with
class of pupils. This should be prepared in
advance of the interview to illustrate safe
practice in their specialist area(s) from one of
the following-   Resistant materials with core
from Page 12/13 of standards book. Using any
small hand tool e.g. chisel, plane, saw, file
etc. Pillar/bench drill Soldering Polisher B
razing Sander Forgework Mortiser Moulding
machines Vacuum Forming off-hand Grinder Power
Hacksaw   Textiles technology with core from page
14/15 of standards book Ironing Sewing
Machine Threading a needle Overlocker Waxing Ste
ncilling Dyeing   Food technology with core from
Page 11/12 in standards book Using small hand
tools e.g. sharp knives, vegetable peelers,
graters etc Preparing food Fridge/freezer Preven
tion of food poisoning Processors/blenders Large
(catering) equipment Microwaves Safe storage of
food Cooking and cooling food Cross
contamination of food Oven/Cookers   Systems and
control with core from page 14 of standards
book Hand tools Soldering Testing
procedures Using chemicals Pneumatics/Hydraulics  
  RDTHSC to provide feedback and outcome from
portfolio of evidence and demonstration and
complete application from for accreditation
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Meeting the DATA/TTA Health and Safety Training
Standards in Design and Technology
  • To meet the SPECIALIST EXTENSION levels

13
Promote and advertise scheme
  • Prepare training manual for core and specialist
    levels
  • Write to LEA Directors of Education
  • Reduced complexity and cost
  • Promote publications and additional support
    materials
  • Stress raising standards and achievement
  • HSE/DfES conference for an LEA person and
    possible badging of scheme
  • Develop training pack with exemplification and
    guidance materials
  • NAAIDT to offer training to existing and new
    consultants

14
Three principal aims for training manual-
  • Provision for a safe environment for pupils and
    staff
  • Promotion of correct attitudes towards safety
  • Compliance with NC requirements

15
HEALTH SAFETY   Pre Training and
Accreditation   Purchase from DATA the Health and
Safety Training Standards, BS41632000, A Guide
for Consultants, Trainers and Teachers and
Training Manual (CD) See the flow diagram to
understand the training and accreditation
process Complete department audit (Form
A) Contact RDTHSC to arrange core level training
  Core and specialist level training   Complete
core level training (unless fast track) Prior to
accreditation visit check with RDTHSC if
pre-visit necessary Identify any training needs
from audit form in the specialist area(s)   Core
and specialist level accreditation   Complete set
tasks for specialist area(s) and assemble
portfolio of evidence. Send to RDTHSC Arrange
RDTHSC visit for accreditation in core and
specialist level (s) Prepare practical
demonstration(s) from set tasks sheet. Fifteen
minutes per specialism. Complete application
form. RDTHSC to send original copy to
DATA   Specialist extension training and
accreditation   Complete any further training
needed in the specialist extension levels for
resistant materials Seek accreditation from
RDTHSC, update application form and send to DATA.
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