Barred List definition

Barred List means the children’s barred list or the adults’ barred list maintained under section 2 of the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 (of Parliament) or any corresponding list maintained under an equivalent enactment in another jurisdiction;
Barred List means the list of individuals who are barred from engaging in regulated activity with children, adults or both in England and Wales maintained by the Disclosure and Barring Service;
Barred List means the barred lists provided for under the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006;

Examples of Barred List in a sentence

  • The purpose of carrying out an Enhanced Check for Regulated Activity is to identify whether an applicant is barred from working with children by inclusion on the Children's Barred List and to obtain other relevant suitability information.

  • This will only be allowed if all other checks, including a clear check of the Children's Barred List (where the position amounts to regulated activity), have been completed and once appropriate supervision has been put in place.

  • It is however likely that in nearly all cases the School will be able to carry out an enhanced DBS check and a Children's Barred List check.

  • The School is not permitted to obtain a DBS disclosure or Children's Barred List information on any visiting speaker who does not engage in regulated activity at the School or perform any other regular duties for or on behalf of the School.

  • The School applies for an enhanced disclosure from the DBS and a check of the Children's Barred List (now known as an Enhanced Check for Regulated Activity) in respect of all positions at the School which amount to "regulated activity" as defined in the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Act 2006 (as amended).

  • The School will request an enhanced DBS disclosure without Children's Barred List information on all volunteers who do not undertake regulated activity.

  • A satisfactory enhanced DBS check and if appropriate, a check of the Barred List maintained by the DBS;4.

  • The criteria for disqualification under the 2006 Act and the 2019 Regulations includes inclusion on the Disclosure and Barring Service (DBS) Children’s Barred List or committing a relevant offence.

  • The School will request an enhanced DBS disclosure and Children's Barred List information on all volunteers undertaking regulated activity with pupils at or on behalf of the School (the definition of regulated activity set out in section 4.3.2 above will be applied to all volunteers).

  • The School will request an enhanced DBS disclosure and Children's Barred List information on all volunteers undertaking regulated activity with pupils at or on behalf of the School (the definition of regulated activity set out in section 4.3.2 above will be applied to all volunteers).The School will request an enhanced DBS disclosure without Children's Barred List information on all volunteers who do not undertake regulated activity.


More Definitions of Barred List

Barred List means the barred lists provided for under the Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups Xxx 0000, as amended by the Protection of Xxxxxxxx Xxx 0000;
Barred List means the barred lists provided for under the Safeguarding
Barred List means the DBS adult’s and/or children’s (as appropriate) barred list

Related to Barred List

  • Template Order Form means the template form in Annex 1 to Framework Schedule 4 (Template Order Form and Template Call Off terms);

  • Product Schedule means PTC’s standard order form entitled “PTC Product Schedule” (including all schedules, attachments and other document(s) specifically referenced therein) or such alternative order form as may be submitted by Customer and accepted by PTC, in each case that specifies (i) the Licensed Products and/or Services ordered; and (ii) for Licensed Products, the installation address (including the Designated Country) and the Licence Term.