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This book does not contain the learning materials for the test and should be read in conjunction with "Life in the United Kingdom: a guide for new residents" handbook (3rd edition, 2013, ISBN 9780113413409) and "Life in the United Kingdom: official study guide (2013, ISBN 9780113413423) which is also ideal for those teaching or learning Citizenship or English as a foreign language in schools, colleges or through courses. Key features of the publication are as follows: 400 questions and answers based upon the official handbook; includes multiple sample tests containing 24 questions each - just like the official test; includes references to chapters within the official Handbook to provide a complete learning experience; includes vital information about how to prepare successfully for your citizenship test including details about the official preparation material, where to book your test, what happens on the day and after the test; includes information about access to the official TSO practice questions and answers website which provides the closest experience to the Life in the UK test.
The Mental capacity Act 2005 provides a statutory framework for people who lack the capacity to make decisions for themselves, or for people who want to make provision for a time when they will be unable to make their own decisions. This code of practice, which has statutory force, provides information and guidance about how the Act should work in practice. It explains the principles behind the Act, defines when someone is incapable of making their own decisions and explains what is meant by acting in someone's best interests. It describes the role of the new Court of Protection and the role of Independent Mental Capacity Advocates and sets out the role of the Public Guardian. It also covers medical treatment and the way disputes can be resolved.
This publication sets out the statutory requirements for signing, lighting, and guarding at street works and road works. This is the core reference manual for utility companies, local authorities, street work contractors and others whose day-to-day business involves street works (works by statutory undertakers and other utility companies etc) and road works (works to maintain or repair road infrastructure). The code, which covers all of the UK and includes national variations, is now compulsory for highway/road authorities in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. It applies to all single carriageway roads and dual carriageways with a speed limit of 40 mph or less. The code is now divided into three parts: Basic Principles, Operations, and Equipment and Vehicles; site layout diagrams have been redrawn to make them easier to understand. There is: increased emphasis on using risk assessment and guidance on what to consider in such assessments; strengthened guidance on providing for pedestrians and cyclists and new guidance on traffic control measures related to road closures, one-way working and temporary road obstructions; enhanced advice on other traffic control measures including works near tramways and railways, and mobile/short duration works; and updated advice on high visibility clothing and the signing and conspicuity requirements for work vehicles. Effective from 1 October 2014 when it will supersede the 2001 edition (ISBN 9780115519581).
This 3rd edition of Life in the United Kingdom is the official handbook for the new Life in the UK tests to be taken on or after 25 March 2013. It contains all the official learning material for the test and is written in clear, simple language - making it easy to understand. It covers a range of topics you need to know to pass your test and apply for UK citizenship or permanent residency, including: the process of becoming a citizen or permanent resident; the values and principles of the UK; traditions and culture from around the UK; the events and people that have shaped the UK's history; the government and the law; getting involved in your community. A glossary and index are included.
This heavily illustrated publication is aimed at people carrying out asbestos surveys and people with specific responsibilities for managing asbestos in non-domestic premises under the Control of Asbestos Regulations 2012. The book covers competence and quality assurance and surveys, including: survey planning, carrying out surveys, the survey report and the dutyholder's use of the survey information. It includes extensive appendices and references.
This is a new fully updated guide to traffic signs (last edition published 1995). This handy reference title illustrates and explains the vast majority of traffic signs that a road user is likely to encounter.A thorough knowledge of all traffic signs is essential for all road users, not just new drivers or riders, making this the ideal companion to ensure your knowledge is up-to-date. Although The Official Highway Code contains most of the commonly used road signs which are prescribed by the Traffic Signs Regulations, it does not give a comprehensive explanation of our signing system. This is therefore a perfect complimentary title to The Official Highway Code.The last edition was in published 1995. It is a handy reference guide. It illustrates and explains the vast majority of traffic signs. It is suitable for all road users not just learner/new riders and drivers, and supersedes ISBN 9780115516122.
D-Day, the largest amphibious invasion in history, took place on 6 June 1944. The subsequent battle of Normandy involved over a million men, and helped seal the fate of The Third Reich. This is a graphic account of the planning and execution of Operation Overlord, as well as the campaign which effectively destroyed the German forces in France, opening the way for the Allied advance. Including a wealth of superb photographs and maps, the book also contains 10 facsimile items of rare memorabilia, including diaries, letters and memos. This title includes top-secret hand-drawn map showing the minute-by-minute position on the way in to the drop zone just west of Ste-Mere-Eglise for elements of the 505th Parachute Infantry Regiment of the 82nd Airborne Division. This is an extract from the pocket diary of Sergeant G.E. Hughes, then a corporal, landed with the 1st Battalion, Hampshire Regiment at Arromanches.
Endorsed by the Official ITIL Accreditor and updated in line with the 2011 syllabus, this bestselling study aid is the ideal companion for students preparing for their ITIL Foundation Exam. The publication presents the Foundation content in an easy-to-follow structure, which is ideal for learning, and developing an understanding of the basic concepts, principles and terminology associated with IT service management. The publication provides an overview of the ITIL Foundation learning requirements. It contains chapters on service management, each of the five lifecycle stages, and service management technology - plus information on the qualification scheme and the exam itself
Prepared by the Department for Transport, the "Specification for the Reinstatement of Openings in Highways" sets out the statutory requirements for materials, performance and standards of workmanship for use in association with street works by utilities and other undertakers with apparatus in the street. This third edition of the code of practice applies in England only, replacing the second (2002) edition and comes into effect from 01 October 2010. Key features include comprehensive coverage of new standard and expanded sections.
HSE has published a new, simplified version of the Health and Safety Law Poster. It tells workers what they and their employers need to do in simple terms, using numbered lists of basic points. As an employer, you are required by law to either display the HSE-approved poster or to provide each of your workers with the quivalent 'leaflet'. The leaflet version of the poster has now been replaced by a pocket card, which is more durable and better suited to the workplace. (ISBN 9780717663507 in packs of 25.) The law has been changed - for the new poster you don't have to add contact details of your enforcing authority and HSE's Employment Medical Advisory Service. You can add details of any employee safety representatives or other health and safety contacts, but this is not compulsory.
The Imperial War Museum's archive is home to more than 20,000 hours
of moving image material spanning the twentieth century in Britain.
The clips range from documentary film and official newsreels, to
unedited combat footage, and amateur shots. In the museum's early
days the films could only be viewed through Mutoscope machines from
the late nineteenth century that functioned much like a flipbook,
giving life to a series of motionless images. The Mutoscope did not
project images on a screen, rather the machine was used by one
person at a time. To re-create the experience of watching these
historical film reals, some of the most compelling scenes have been
reproduced in these action-filled flipbooks.
The Good Clinical Practice Guide is a brand new publication covering the legislation, guidance and good practice that relates to the conduct of clinical trials of medicinal products for human use in the UK. Detailed and authoritative, this guide will provide practical advice about implementing the principles of Good Clinical Practice within the context of the clinical trial regulatory framework in the European Union. Written and produced by the MHRA, this is the only guide on Good Clinical Practice available within Europe which has been produced by a regulatory agency. This title is aimed at any individual and/or organisation involved in conducting clinical trials with medicines in the UK, including both commercial and non-commercial sponsors and hosts of clinical trials, as well as contract research organisations, clinical research consultants and other niche providers. The guide references European legislation and guidance as well as international standards, so will also be relevant to organisations conducting trials across Europe and beyond
Billy is an underage soldier who befriends a stray dog in France during WW1. When Billy is left for dead in the trenches of no-man's-land, the dog, Scruff, comes to his rescue. But Scruff is soon in danger himself ...
This code of practice provides practical guidance and advice for street authorities and undertakers in England on their legal responsibilities in relation to street or highway works including: the need to balance potentially conflicting interests of road users; the importance of co-operation, regular communications and local liaison meetings between street authorities, undertakers and other interested parties; the importance of respecting the objectives of streets subject to special controls; taking account of the needs of all road users, including those with disabilities, whether they are pedestrians, equestrians, cyclists or drivers, at all stages of the planning and execution of street works
Supersedes 2007 edition (ISBN 9780113310654). On cover: 2011 edition. This pocketbook relates to the core publication 'Managing successful programmes' (4th edition 2011, ISBN 9780113313273)
Written by the original authoring team for the ITIL 2011 manuals, these Key Element Guides provides a handy reference to the content contained within the core ITIL Lifecycle publications. They discuss ITIL and its evolution and the need for the Service Lifecycle approach. The titles examine what is meant by best practice framework, how this relates to 'common practice', and about degrees of prescription and what compliance means. The main focus of each the Key Element Guides is to provide an overview of the principles, objectives, key elements, roles and responsibilities, challenges and key lessons for each of the five elements of the service lifecycle
Alternative formats are available: main edition (ISBN 9780113413409); large print (ISBN 9780113413591); downloadable pdf (9780113413553); print pack (9780113413614) containing main edition, a study guide and questions and answers. Valid for tests taken on or after 25 March 2013
This code of practice, issued under Part II of the 1996 Act, sets out information on the procedures to be used by police officers to record, retain and reveal to the prosecutor material obtained in a criminal investigation. The code extends only to England and Wales, and covers the following topics: definitions; general responsibilities; recording of information; retention of material; preparation and revelation of material to the prosecutor; subsequent action and certification by the disclosure officer; and disclosure of material to the accused. This publication supersedes the 1997 edition (ISBN 0113411634).
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