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Unit A - NEBOSH Diploma

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Unit A - NEBOSH Diploma

Post by Fiona- NEBOSH »


I was wondering if anyone had any model answers for NEBOSH Unit A? my course supplier provided one model answer for each unit but I would like to see what other model answers are out there - there doesn't seem to be an available mark scheme and the Examiner Reports don't always give a proper explanation of what they were looking for just usually saying it was poorly answered etc.

Also does anyone have any tips for Event Trees/Faults Trees please?

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Re: Unit A - NEBOSH Diploma

Post by Alexis »

Good Morning and welcome Fiona. :wave: Good to have you aboard.

If you go to our logo at the top left of this page and click it, you will be taken to our main site pages with our free Downloads etc. within which we have the following page. https://www.healthandsafetytips.co.uk/NEBOSH-Specific There are some helpful things in there to assist in your study.

You have probably seen the NEBOSH site, which may help with your question on marking. Just in case you haven't seen their site, following is the link. https://www.nebosh.org.uk/faqs/how-is-m ... alculated/

With regards to your query on FTA/ETA, we have a really good post from a few years ago that should help explain. viewtopic.php?f=1&t=37047&hilit=fault+tree

We also have some "ancient" posts from our oldie super members (who are still with us) with amazing advice in the following link. ./thumbsup..

Hope this is of some assistance to you Fiona.

Good luck with your study.
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