• Learner(s) name(s)

  • Study Group

  • Health and Safety Standard 10

  • A1. Has the employer assessed the risk to the learner taking into account their age, inexperienced, immaturity and lack of awareness?

  • A2. Have the assessments taken into account any other special needs or circumstances including any disability and/or medical/health condition?

  • B. Has the employer put in place control measures for the learner as a result of the assessments, and have they informed the learner and their supervisor?

  • C. Detail any necessary prohibitions and restrictions identified by the risk assessments that applied to the learner.

  • D. Does the employer provide competent supervision for the learners; do they have a designated person to take overall responsibility for them? (Where necessary, suitability checks may be required for reasons of child protection).

  • E. Does the employer provide an induction and ongoing information, instruction and training to the learner reflecting the findings of the risk assessment working environment, work activities, age, experience and any special needs?

  • F. Does the employer provide, free of charge, any necessary personal protective equipment and clothing (as determined by the risk assessment) and ensure its proper and effective use?

  • Assessment of standard 10.

  • Assessment.

  • Recommendation.

  • Employer or Representative.

  • Add signature

  • Employer or Representative Job Title

  • For or on behalf of funded organisation

  • Assessment undertaken by

  • Job Title

  • Assessment type

  • Action plan

  • Reference

  • Reference

  • Reference

  • Reference

  • Action plan prepared by

  • Action plan agreed by

  • Action plan review dates

  • Review 1

  • Review 2

  • Review 3

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