2021/22 Module Handbook
1 What this Module is About 1
1.1 Introduction from the Module Leader 1
1.2 Module Aims 1
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1.4 Module Learning Activities 1
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1.6 Communication 1
2 Weekly Schedule 3
3 Key Resources to Support Learning 4
4 Assessment 8
4.1 Assessment Summary 8
4.2 Assessment Details 9
4.3 Feedback on Your Assessments 14
5 Understanding Your Assessment Responsibilities 14
6 Your Feedback on the Module 15
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Email Address ____________________________________________________________
Module Tutor ____________________________________________________________
Tutor’s Email Address ______________________________________________________
Communication Protocol: module staff will reply to student questions within a reasonable time but this will normally be within office hours only. Students are advised to check this handbook and also to see if there are any online/noticeboard announcements or FAQ answers that deal with their enquiry before contacting staff.
- Assessment Details
For this element of the assessment regime assume you are the Health and Safety Manager for Cut It Quickly.
Cut It Quickly is a multi-sited business that employs 150 in a variety of locations. The Core Business surrounds Nails Hairdressing and Beauty salons, undertaking a range of activities to provide the populations where they are sited with services to these areas.
Just recently one of the outlets was visited by the Local Authority Enforcement team who have noticed a lack of hygiene in one of the salons. After speaking with the Local Salon Manager they have contacted you, as the Health and Safety Advisor for Cut It Quickly.
They have agreed to delay the serving of an improvement notice, until you have promised to undertake a full scale review of the premises and have been able to provide details of how Cut It Quickly will address the Health Issues they have informed you about.
The Local Authority Enforcement Team has asked that you deal with the ongoing problem of Dermatitis which they have told you is the most likely health hazard that your staff face.
After meeting with your external Human Resource advisor, you have asked the Enforcement Team if you can have time to address the next Local Meeting of the Salon managers. You have indicated that you are going to produce a policy on how the company Cut It Quickly will address the issue of ensuring Prevention of Dermatitis is going to be undertaken
You have been tasked with producing a report for the meeting that will:
- Help to inform getting a policy agreed
- Identify the causes of Dermatitis
- Outline the general strategy for improving this situation
- Gives details of how the strategy will be put into place to counter the problem of contracting Dermatitis
- Sets out in general terms how the staff will be supported
Your report will be no more than 2500 words
- Cover Page
- Content Page
- Executive Summary
- Company Introduction
- In-text citation
- References (Harvard referencing) – recent dates from 2018 to 2022.
There should be a margin of 3cms at the left and right.
Type font using 12 Arial and should be spaced 1.5 lines.
You may use subheadings to help you focus your report.
1 Structure of report, fluency of writing, appropriate word count 10%
2 Appropriate sources used and referenced (including bibliography) 10%
3 Content of assignment including identification, evaluation, critical analysis and prioritisation of key points. 80%
The report front page should show that the assignment is in partial submission for the award you are undertaking. Your course i.e. PG Diploma/MSc Health and Safety
There should be a margin of 3cms at the left and right. Type font using 12 Arial and should be spaced 1.5 lines.
You may use subheadings to help you focus your report.
Level 7 Occupational Health and Wellbeing Marking Matrix and Marks sheet
Content of the report including identification, evaluation, critical analysis and prioritisation of key points
|Gaps in knowledge. Shows only superficial understanding or less. Some significant inaccuracies. Subject discussed with unsubstantiated generalisation.||Understanding of key aspects shown. Some evidence of analytical skills. Some ideas contradictory and illogical. Some general statements made without evidence.||Reasonable understanding of the topic area. Evidence of some logical, analytical thinking and synthesis. Shows the ability to analyse data and situations. Shows an awareness of different stances and the ability to critically evaluate this evidence to support and argument.||Good logical analytical thinking, synthesis and critical evaluation. Ability to give persuasive arguments and to review the reliability, validity and significance of evidence. Able to communicate ideas and evidence accurately.||Very logical work supported by suitably selected evidence. High quality analysis and critical evaluation of information. Shows ability to identify and analyse contradictory information and identify reasons for any contradiction.|
Report structure, academic writing, appropriate word count
|Assignment not in report format. Multiple spelling and grammar mistakes. Difficult to read. Poor use of punctuation, paragraphs and line spacing. Word count exceeds 2500 or is below 2000||Assignment follows some of the norms of report writing. Some spelling and grammar mistakes. May be difficult to read in places. Punctuation and paragraphs used appropriately in some places. Word count between 2000 and 2500||Report format has some errors/omissions. Few spelling and grammar mistakes. Reads fairly well. Punctuation and paragraphs used appropriately in most places. Word count between 2100 and 2500||Report format is good with few errors/omissions. Spelling and grammar good with occasional issues permitted. Report follows a logical progression with only occasional confusion. Word count between 2200 and 2500||Excellent report format used with cover page, contents page, and logical progression throughout using a numbered system. Occasional spelling/grammar issues permitted but limited. Word count between 2250 and 2500.|
Harvard referencing, citation and appropriate sources used
|No variety of sources used. Sources out of date. No peer reviewed sources used. Web sources may be inappropriate. Citation and referencing absent or inadequate.||Little variety of sources used. Sources may be out of date. No or few peer reviewed sources used. Errors in citation and referencing. Citation and referencing may be incomplete||Some variety of sources used. Sources mostly from relevant time period. Some peer reviewed sources used. Most web sources from authoritative sites. Citation and referencing may have a few errors.||Good variety of sources used. Sources from relevant time period. Most sources from peer or author reviewed journals or web sites. Citation and referencing should be mostly complete although some more complicated sources may have occasional errors in referencing.||Wide variety of sources used. Up to date peer or author reviewed journals or web sites used. Citation and referencing complete and no errors.|
Total Mark _____/100
- Key Resources to Support Learning
There are many relevant books in the library. There are also many on‐line resources. This will be discussed in more detail in the module sessions.
|Author/ Editor||Ridley J and Channing J|
|Title||Safety at Work|
|ISBN||ISBN 978 0 7506 8035 6|
|Description||HSE Publications Free Electronic Versions|
|Creator||Health and Safety Executive|
|Description||IOSH Occupational Health Toolkit|
|Description||IOSH Guidance and Tools|
|Creator||Institution of Occupational Health and Safety (IOSH)|
|Description||What Is Occupational Medicine|
|Creator||Society of Occupational Medicine|
|Description||Environmental Health and Toxicology|
|Creator||US Department of Health and Human Services|
|Description||Healthy Working Lives|
|Description||Hazards at Work Occupational Health|
|Description||Health Problems – Videos about Health|
|Description||How Stuff Works Body systems|
|Description||Your Health Your Choices|
|Creator||National Health Service|
|Description||Don’t mess with asbestos part 1 2 and 3|
|Creator||Worksafe BC Canadian Equivalent of HSE|
|Description||Asbestos The Silent Killer Part 1 2 and 3|
|Creator||United Steelworkers British Columbia|
|Description||Working With Dementia|
|Description||Health Surveillance at Work|
|Description||Controlling airborne contaminants at work|
|Description||Working with Substances Hazardous To Health|
|Description||CoSHH Essentials Web Tool|
|Description||How to tackle stress|
|Description||Managing risks from skin exposure at work|
|Description||Drug Misuse at work|
|Description||Don’t Mix It A Guide for Employers on Alcohol at Work|
|Description||Control of Lead at work|
|Description||COPD at Work|
|Description||Preventing Workplace Harassment and Violence|
|Creator||British Occupational Health Research Foundation|
|Description||European Agency for Safety and Health at Work Factsheets|
|Description||Croner i-health and safety expert|
|Description||Health and Safety Science Abstracts|
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