NEW OHU PROVIDER - 1 APRIL 2017 - PEOPLE ASSET MANAGEMENT - PAM
Health and Safety Service
The Community Safety and Resilience (H&S) service provides high quality ‘Competent Person’ professional health and safety advice and support to ensure legal and best practice compliance in your school. This includes access to:
• A range of Guidance Notes explaining the varied range of Health & Safety legislation and regulation and the application required to ensure compliance with standards
• Standard Operating Procedures covering Key Areas of Risk (Legionella, Asbestos, Fire Safety Management)
• Accident Recording and Reporting (to assist with identification of accident trends, statutory reporting of certain categories of accident under RIDDOR and to ensure lessons are learned)
• Day to day professional advice and guidance
• An annual health and safety audit
• Access to a quarterly health and safety bulletin.
• Telephone and email support
For further information relating to SLA provision please see the attached SLA document relevant to your School.
Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT) Support Service
Maintained schools have a statutory requirement to undertake the induction of newly qualified teachers under an appropriate body in line with the DfE guidance.
It is expected that academies, free schools and other establishments employing NQTs will employ similar good practise and ensure all NQTs complete their training in line with the statutory requirements.
The council will act as the appropriate body to monitor and support both the NQT and the mentor to maximise the benefit of the induction period and to provide guidance which, if followed will ensure that the induction period is completed successfully
Radiation Protection Service
The service aims to provide academies with the means of discharging their duties under the the Ionising Radiations Regulations 1999 (IRR99), made under the Health and Safety at Work etc Act 1974, which came into force on 1 January 2001. They require an employer to ensure that radioactive substances are accounted for, stored properly, handled safely and monitored regularly. The employer must provide employees with appropriate information and instruction in radiation protection to ensure their health and safety. An academy is the radiation employer. The academy can subscribe to Radiation Protection services through the local authority’s membership of the Radiation Protection Advice Service provided by the Health Protection Agency (HPA).
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