The National Vocational Qualification (NVQ) Level 6 Health and Safety Diploma is a qualification that assesses an individual's knowledge and skills in the field of health and safety. It is designed for professionals who work in roles where they are responsible for the development and implementation of health and safety policies and procedures.
The NVQ Level 6 Health and Safety Diploma is assessed through a combination of observation, professional discussion, and the completion of written assignments. You will be required to demonstrate your knowledge and understanding of health and safety principles and practices, as well as your ability to apply this knowledge in a practical setting.
Specific assessment content may vary depending on the specific NVQ you are enrolled in and the industry in which you are working. However, in general, you can expect to be assessed on your knowledge and understanding of topics such as:
- Health and safety legislation and regulations
- Risk assessment and risk management
- Accident investigation and reporting
- Fire safety
- Workplace health and safety management systems
- Health and safety training and instruction
To successfully complete the NVQ Level 6 Health and Safety Diploma, you will need to demonstrate a high level of competence in these areas and be able to apply your knowledge and skills to real-life situations.