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Title: Zero Waste Scotland


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Zero Waste Scotland
Wednesday 11th November 2015
  • Skills for a Circular Economy

zerowastescotland.org.uk _at_zerowastescot
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What is a Circular Economy? .. How can
we MakeThingsLast?
  • Designs value retention into the economy
  • Move away from take, make, dispose
  • Will be enabled by
  • Design for regeneration
  • Substituting materials
  • Products to services
  • Sharing or peer-to-peer economy
  • Repair and resupply industries
  • Scotland is at the forefront of this

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In a diagram? www.ellenmacarthurfoundation.or
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Our Goals
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Why bother?
  1. Business risk
  2. Value retention
  3. Jobs and growth
  4. Climate change
  5. Scotlands comparative advantage

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Value creation and retention
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Jobs
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Climate change
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Scotlands comparative advantage
10
Scottish Government CE Strategy
ConsultationOct 2015
  • We want to embed the development of new skills
    and thinking in the next generation of designers,
    business leaders and innovators. We are proposing
    actions to help make sure Scotlands workforce
    has the right skills to take advantage of
    opportunities from a more circular economy.
  • Builds on existing zero waste progress/extensive
    evidence programme
  • Considers a range of actions around loops
    (repair, reuse recycle, remanufacture)

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Skills focus
  • What is already happening to support skills for a
    circular economy?
  • ZWS Workforce Development Upskilling Programme
    (RM and CE) Reuse, Repair
  • SWITCH Forum Competency Framework standard
    setting for Resource Management
  • Engaging with industry partners and academia
    across a number of sectors (including resource
    management, resource efficiency, reuse and
    repair, creative industries and design) to
    identify skill needs.
  • Partnership with HE to establish Scottish
    Institute of Remanufacturing
  • Scoping out report for remanufacturing skills

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ZWS Workforce Development Upskilling Programme
(RM and CE)
  • ZWS Short Training Programmes
  • Frontline Communications Training
  • Updated Core programme 6 new modules
  • Household Waste Recycling Centre (HWRC)
  • Street cleansing staff which will be based on the
    national litter and fly-tipping strategy
  • Materials Recovery Facility (MRF) Staff based on
    the new MRF Code of
  • Practice and Guidance
  • Contamination
  • Promotion of Services
  • Material Value and Reuse
  • Repair Skills (Pilot)
  • MRF Quality Training based on new COP and
    Guidance
  • Thematic Workshops

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ZWS Support for Qualifications /Accredited
Training ProgrammesSupport for Formal
Qualifications
  • FLES Award Working at Heights Unit optional
    now
  • HNC in Sustainable Resource Management
  • MA in Sustainable Resource Management
  • Developing the Workforce Programme 2015 2018
  • Mentoring Skills for frontline staff
  • Coaching for Supervisors
  • Planning and Delivering Training to Groups
  • Delivering Toolbox Talks Effectively
  • Assessors
  • Development of a capacity building programme for
    SMEs
  • Skills For Growth
  • Healthy Working Lives
  • Building Waste Smart Capacity Project -
    continuation

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SWITCH Forum
  • SWITCH aims to create a Resource Management
    industry that
  • Is safe and healthy to work in
  • Actively supports education, training, learning
    and development
  • Increases workforce capacity and competence
  • Develops and shares good practice
  • Creates an industry that is attractive as a
    career choice
  • Creates clear career and learner pathways
  • By
  • Using an action-focussed and peer-led approach
  • Encouraging and enabling change to take place
  • Working collaboratively to identify emerging
    issues explore creative solutions share ideas,
    promote good practice, work to achieve higher
    standards across all its working themes

15
SQA
Health and Safety Executive
HSE
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  • Developments
  • Executive Steering Group
  • Development of Constitution
  • Communication and Engagement Plan
  • Creation of ambassadors to encourage culture
    change
  • HS Working Group
  • Promoting WISH Guidance
  • Contributing to the work of all the WISH Working
    groups
  • HS Events

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  • Current Developments
  • LD Working Group
  • Resource Management Competence Framework key
    Development
  • Self-assessment Questionnaire and Guide for
    Employers
  • Training Mapping
  • LD Event planned 17 Feb 2015

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What is a Competence Framework?
  • Competences are the skills, knowledge and
    attributes essential to perform certain
    functions, critical in specific roles.
  • They are what is expected of a person in areas
    and levels of performance
  • It is widely recognised throughout the vocational
    education and training system that competence is
    based on assessment, consistently, over time, in
    the workplace.
  • A competence framework specifies the core
    competences for roles within the industry and can
    be used for
  • Job Design Recruitment
  • Performance Management Training Development
  • Career development Succession planning

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Why do we need one and how will it be used?
  • Aimed at providing a baseline for the industry to
    improve competence, and hence health and safety.
  • Includes significant focus on health, safety and
    the environment.
  • Organisations can assess the appropriateness and
    effectiveness of training in particular induction
    training.
  • Support the identification of areas for
    development.
  • Support ongoing performance management and
    assessment.
  • Inform training needs and programme design.
  • Support Career planning.

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WASTE OPERATIVE COMPETENCIES MRF HWRC COLLECTION DRIVING MANUAL STREET MACHINE
COMPLY WITH WASTE LEGISLATION v v v v v v
COMPLY WITH EMERGENCY PROCEDURES v v v v v v
COMPLY WITH ENVIRONEMTAL LEGISLATION v v v v v v
MAINTAIN HEALTHY SAFE ENVIRONMENT v v v v v v
PROCESS RECEIVED WASTE v v v v v v
WORKING WITH OTHER PEOPLE v v v v v v
MANUAL HANDLING -OBJECT HANDLING v v v v v v
PROVIDE CUSTOMER SERVICE v v v v v v
WORKING AT HEIGHT v v v v    
MANUAL COLLECTION OF WASTE     v   v  
MECHANICALLY HANDLE WASTE v v v   v v
MANUAL STREET CLEANSING         v  
LOADING WASTE TRANSPORT VEHICLES v v   v   v
TRANSPORTATION OF WASTE       v    
OPERATION OF PLANT MACHINERY   v   v   v
CONTROLLING VEHICLE MOVEMENT v v   v    
REPORTING RECORDING OF INFORMATION v v v v v v
SUPERVISION OF OPERATIONS v v v v v v
MENTORING AND COACHING v v v v v v
RISK ASSESSMENT v v v v v v
             
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STATEMENTS LEVEL 1 LEVEL 2 LEVEL 3
MAINTAIN HEALTHY SAFE ENVIRONMENT Understand comply with health safety and security arrangements relating to the work area within own area of responsibility. Monitor, maintain and communicate all health safety and security arrangements within own area of responsibility. Develop, communicate, implement and manage health and safety policies and procedures and ensure all are adhered to.
MAINTAIN HEALTHY SAFE ENVIRONMENT Be aware of and communicate to others the known risks that may be present in and around the work area. Be able to investigate and report accidents, incidents and dangerous occurrences on site in line with policies and procedures and implement agreed actions. Monitor, report and review accidents, incidents and dangerous occurrences at site and liaise with external agencies and health and safety department. Have knowledge of RIDDOR regulations.
MAINTAIN HEALTHY SAFE ENVIRONMENT Understand hazards and methods to reduce risks and follow all reporting mechanisms. Manage hazards risks within area of work, also communicating risks to others. Develop, communicate, implement and manage site security policies and procedures.
MAINTAIN HEALTHY SAFE ENVIRONMENT Follow organisational procedures to comply with Duty of Care regulations. Report/record accidents/incidents/and dangerous occurrences to relevant persons. Follow Duty of Care and investigate and report on accidents, incidents and dangerous occurrences. Manage monitor external contractors.
MAINTAIN HEALTHY SAFE ENVIRONMENT Understand health and safety implications in own area of work and work in accordance with organisational procedures to minimise incidents occurring. Understand and be aware of the importance of COSHH assessments in all aspects of work carried out. Understand requirement for health surveillance monitoring including those within COSHH assessments and ensure they are undertaken as appropriate. Develop, implement, communicate and review risk assessments including COSHH assessments for working areas.
MAINTAIN HEALTHY SAFE ENVIRONMENT Understand health and safety implications in own area of work and work in accordance with organisational procedures to minimise incidents occurring. Understand and be aware of the importance of COSHH assessments in all aspects of work carried out. Understand requirement for health surveillance monitoring including those within COSHH assessments and ensure they are undertaken as appropriate. Ensure compliance with Duty of Care and monitor, report and review accidents, incidents and dangerous occurrences at site and liaise with external agencies and health and safety department.
MAINTAIN HEALTHY SAFE ENVIRONMENT Understand health and safety implications in own area of work and work in accordance with organisational procedures to minimise incidents occurring. Understand and be aware of the importance of COSHH assessments in all aspects of work carried out. Understand requirement for health surveillance monitoring including those within COSHH assessments and ensure they are undertaken as appropriate. Develop, implement, communicate and review procedures for health surveillance and monitoring.
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Potential RM Industry Passport Scheme?
  • In many industries the acceptance of a common
    standard for competence and training across
    employers has led to significant financial
    benefits to both asset owners and supply chain
    partners.
  • This has been achieved through
  • Reduction in duplicate/unnecessary training
  • Increased speed in getting people to work
  • Enhanced competence resulting in a reduction in
    down time from incidents
  • Once approved, the competence framework could be
    used as the basis for developing such a scheme
    for the Resource Management and Recycling
    Industry in Scotland

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Learning and Development Event - 17 February
Glasgow
  • Formal Launch of Competence Framework
  • Keynote speakers why education/learning is
    important
  • Workshops
  • - MAs in SRM (GCC)
  • - HWRC Guide (Renfrewshire)
  • - Occupational Health (Moray)
  • - Funding for training (SDS)
  • - Available Training (ZWS/
  • Putting the competence framework into practice
  • - Wm Traceys Training Academy
  • - East Lothian Council Developing People
  • - Fife Councils Level 1 Induction Programme
  • - Other examples of how organisations are using
    it

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Skills focusWhat are the key challenges to
address in terms of developing required skills?
  • Major shifts needed in culture, behaviour and
    attitude
  • - need to engage industry at all levels and be
    clear on the business case for them
  • - Society needs to embrace remanufacture and
    second-hand over new
  • Requirement to inform and educate students FE,
    HE, and school about CE concept
  • Lack of awareness of importance / benefits to
    business and organisations of the CE model

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Skills focus What are the main opportunities
that could be targeted?
  • Opportunities for training providers around
    building awareness and capacity to meet a range
    of industrys needs
  • CERMSA (Skills Academy) looking to work with
    interested training providers to upskill staff in
    partnership with ZWS.
  • For example do we
  • - Prioritise design as an area for integrating
    CE into formal qualifications
  • - Integrate CE into general business skills
    Business Studies, MBAs
  • - Build on existing work to upskill procurement
    professionals around whole
  • life costing
  • - Identify the specific programmes that need to
    be changed, e.g. SVQs
  • - Create ready-made qualifications

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Email fiona.craig _at_zerowastescotland.org.uk Tel
01786 239797 Mob 07715 066456
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