Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check definition

Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check means an Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (child) or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (adult) or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (child & adult) (as appropriate);
Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check means an Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (child) or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (adult) or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (child & adult) (as appropriate); “Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (child)” means a disclosure of information comprised in an Enhanced DBS Check together with information from the DBS children's barred list; “Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (adult)” means a disclosure of information comprised in an Enhanced DBS Check together with information from the DBS adult's barred list; “Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (child & adult)” means a disclosure of information comprised in an Enhanced DBS Check together with information from the DBS children’s and adult’s barred list;
Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check means a disclosure of information comprised in an Enhanced DBS Check together with information from the Barred List

Examples of Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check in a sentence

  • The Provider or any Sub-Contractor may engage a person in an Enhanced DBS Position or a Standard DBS Position (as applicable) pending the receipt of the Standard DBS Check or Enhanced DBS Check or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) with the agreement of HEE and subject to any additional requirement of HEE for that engagement.

  • B7.7. Subject to clause B7.8, the Service Provider may engage a person in a Standard DBS Position or an Enhanced DBS Position (as applicable) pending the receipt of the Standard DBS Check or Enhanced DBS Check or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) with the agreement of the Purchaser.

  • Enhanced DBS Position means any position listed in the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act 1974 (Exceptions) Order 1975 (as amended), which also meets the criteria set out in the Police Act 1997 (Criminal Records) Regulations 2002 (as amended), and in relation to which an Enhanced DBS Disclosure or an Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) is permitted as set out in the Council's Disclosure and Barring Service Policy.

  • B7.7 Subject to clause 0, the Provider may engage a person in a Standard DBS Position or an Enhanced DBS Position (as applicable) pending the receipt of the Standard DBS Check or Enhanced DBS Check or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) with the agreement of the Authority.

  • The Contractor must ensure that Enhanced DBS Check or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) are updated for all relevant Staff and volunteers within three years of the most recent disclosure.

  • The Contractor must not allow those of its Staff or volunteers whose Enhanced DBS Check or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) reveal serious and adverse matters to have access to children under 18 years of and or vulnerable adults, and or access to records relevant to such children and or vulnerable adults.

  • Subject to Clause 15.10 the Provider may engage a person in a standard DBS Position or an Enhanced DBS Position (as applicable) pending the receipt of the Standard DBS Check or Enhanced DBS Check or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) with the agreement of the Authority.

  • Subject to Clause 22.4 the Provider may engage a person in a Standard DBS Position or an Enhanced DBS Position (as applicable) pending the receipt of the Standard DBS Check or Enhanced DBS Check or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) with the agreement of the Authority.

  • B8.3. Subject to clause B8.4, the Provider may engage a person in a Standard DBS Position or an Enhanced DBS Position (as applicable) pending the receipt of the Standard DBS Check or Enhanced DBS Check or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) with the agreement of the Authority.

  • C6.4.2 Subject to clause C6.4.3, may engage a person in a Standard DBS Position or an Enhanced DBS Position (as applicable) pending the receipt of the Standard DBS Check or Enhanced DBS Check or Enhanced DBS & Barred List Check (as appropriate) with the agreement of the Contracting Body.

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