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View Unit : Visit sites in response to keyholding requests

Unit
Unit Reference Number
K/601/9218
Qualification Framework
QCF
Title
Visit sites in response to keyholding requests
Unit Level
Level 2
Unit Sub Level
None
Guided Learning Hours
20
Unit Credit Value
3
Date of Withdrawal
SSAs
1.4 Public Services
Unit Grading Structure
Pass
Assessment Guidance

Learning Outcomes and Assessment Criteria
Learning Outcome - The learner will:Assessment Criterion - The learner can:
1

Be able to travel between sites safely and efficiently

1.1

State the legal requirements and other relevant codes of practice that must be complied with when driving on public roads, including if involved in a traffic collision or other reportable incident

1.2

Confirm that the authorised vehicle is roadworthy and complies with relevant legal and organisational requirements

1.3

Describe the necessary actions if a vehicle is either not roadworthy or does not meet legal requirements

1.4

Plan routes using relevant maps and other information according to journey conditions

1.5

Travel between sites in the shortest time whilst minimising risks to life, property and the environment

1.6

Assess the driving conditions and modify driving to minimise risk to self and others

1.7

Maintain the safety and security of the vehicle between and at sites at all times

1.8

Maintain effective communications with relevant persons in accordance with the organisational requirements

2

Be able to carry out visual risk assessments on arrival

2.1

State personal responsibility in relation to health and safety, particularly when carrying out visual risk assessments;

2.2

Explain the factors that should be taken into account to assess the risks of entering sites or premises

2.3

Demonstrate how to base risk assessments on valid and reliable factors

2.4

Confirm the security and safety status of sites and premises, following the organisation’s guidelines and procedures

2.5

Maintain own safety whilst carrying out visual risk assessments, following the organisation’s guidelines and good practice, including maintaining required communications

2.6

Act within the limits of personal authority and responsibility

2.7

Get help from appropriate people if needed

3

Be able to enter sites and premises

3.1

Explain different procedures for entering sites and premises

3.2

Enter sites and premises following the correct entry procedures

3.3

Maintain personal safety whilst entering sites or premises, following the organisation’s guidelines and good practice

3.4

Check that sites and premises are secure after you have entered

3.5

Disarm alarm systems, in accordance with assignment instructions

3.6

Maintain the integrity of potential evidence of breaches of security or safety

3.7

Maintain effective communications with relevant persons in accordance with assignment instructions

Equivalent Units
There are no equivalences to display.
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