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    A marker’s view of NEBOSH Fire Safety & Risk Management Practical Exam FC2

    To maximise your marks, check this list of Do’s and Don’ts Observation sheets – the sheets are not marked, but must be submitted. Do’s Don’ts 1)      Include where the hazard is located, the nature of the hazard, the risk involved, measures in place to prevent/reduce fire risks and any remedial actions. 1)      Forget to return the Observation sheets with Forms 1, 2 and 3. 2)      Use the sheets to complete Forms. 1, 2 and 3   Form 1, Column A – Range and number of fire hazards (15 marks) Do’s Don’ts 1)      Include 20 different items. 1)      Don’t repeat the same items in different areas. 2)      Make sure you include…

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    Fire Safety & Risk Management Practical Assessment – Passing First Time

    The aim of the fire safety practical application is to assess your ability to complete a fire safety risk assessment of a workplace. You are not under exam conditions so take your time to ensure you get it right. You need to complete the following sheets: Observation sheets. Form 1 – mostly deals with fire prevention. Form 2 – mostly deals with the risk of fire spread and the risk to persons. Form 3 – is the Summary Fire Risk Assessment sheet. The Observation sheets – should contain details of where the fire hazard is located, the nature of the hazard and its risk, measures that are already in place…

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    A Marker’s View of NEBOSH Construction Practical Assessment

    To maximise your marks, check this list of Do’s and Dont’s. Observation sheets – Worth 30 marks. Do’s Don’ts 1)      Observe 25 – 30 hazards and write them down giving some explanation of the hazard. To maximise your marks find 30 hazards. 1)      Don’t make these up, write down the hazards you see. A common mistake is to only give 15 – 20 hazards. Don’t include mention of legal breaches in the observation sheets. 2)      Ensure every hazard has a consequence that is properly explained – explain the consequence usually in terms of an injury or ill health. 2)      For the consequence don’t just say fire risk or electrical risk.…

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    Construction Practical Assessment – Passing First Time

    The Practical assessment involves undertaking a safety inspection of a CONSTRUCTION WORKPLACE. The Practical assessment should be the easiest part of the exam – you are not under exam conditions and can take your time to make sure you get it right first time. There are 2 parts to the assessment: The Observation sheets, and The Report to management. The Observation Sheets are worth 30 marks – this is half of the marks you need to pass. You need to look around your workplace for hazards and note them down. for 25 – 30 hazards and note them down in Column 1. Don’t duplicate the hazards. For each hazard you…

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    A Marker’s Perspective

    A marker’s view of NEBOSH GC3 To maximise your marks, check this list of Do’s and Don’ts. Observation sheets – Worth 30 marks. Do’s Don’ts Observe 25 – 30 hazards and write them down giving some explanation of the hazard. To maximise your marks find 30 hazards Don’t make these up, write down the hazards you see. A common mistake is to only give 15 – 20 hazards. Don’t include mention of legal breaches in the observation sheets. Ensure every hazard has a consequence that is properly explained – explain the consequence usually in terms of an injury or ill health. For the consequence don’t just say fire risk or…

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    NEBOSH Practical Assessment – Passing First Time

    The Practical assessment should be the easiest part of the exam – you are not under exam conditions and can take your time to make sure you get it right first time. There are 2 parts to the assessment: The Observation sheets, and The report to management. The Observation Sheets are worth 30 marks – this is half of the marks you need to pass. You need to look around your workplace for hazards and note them down. Look for 25 – 30 hazards and note them down in Column 1. For each hazard you must include a CONSEQUENCE, in other words the Unwanted effect. For every hazard you must…