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How to apply for an appointment You should only apply for appointment if you fully meet our criteria and there is a demand for your services, if appointed. If satisfactory, HSE will issue you with a Certificate of Appointment for one year in the first instance.
You should note the certificate is issued to you as an individual doctor and cannot be transferred to another doctor. You are responsible for ensuring you do not undertake medicals beyond the expiry date on your certificate unless issued with a new certificate. How to renew your certificate of appointment When HSE notifies you that your Certificate of Appointment is due for renewal we will check you continue to be registered with the GMC and hold a licence to practise.
For example where appointment is subject to holding a current training certificate, it will not be renewed until HSE is in receipt of a copy of that certificate.
Therefore if your appointment requires specialist training you are responsible for arranging that training takes place before your appointment is due for renewal. In these circumstances, once your appointment has expired you will no longer be appointed by HSE and therefore, you will not be able to undertake statutory medicals under the regulations for which you were appointed.
You are responsible for ensuring you do not undertake medicals beyond the expiry date on your certificate. Reviewing performance HSE takes a risk based approach to performance reviews, depending on the regulations under which a doctor is appointed.
Consequently, while any appointed doctor could be subject to review not all appointed doctors whose appointments are due for renewal will undergo a performance review at the same time.
If selected for review, you will be assessed against standards based on the regulation-specific guidance for appointed doctors. Following assessment of your renewal papers, HSE will notify you if it wishes to review your performance as an Appointed Doctor by evaluating medical records from your most recent cases.
You will need to provide medical records for at least three workers copies only, do not send originalsunder the regulations HSE wishes to review, including both male and female workers if available.
To review your work under the Control of Lead at Work Regulations, one of the medical records should be for the employee with the highest blood lead level you have recorded.
In submitting records you should anonymise them by removing or redacting the employee's name and address but still retain their gender and date of birth. HSE will destroy the records on completion of the review. Following the review, an HSE Medical Adviser will write to you, indicating whether the outcome was satisfactory or if minor or major improvements are required, setting out any remedial action considered necessary.
In exceptional cases, remedial action may include face to face review, usually at an HSE office.
Once you have addressed any remedial action that may be necessary, HSE will renew your Certificate of Appointment, normally for five years. If serious compliance problems are identified, HSE may decide not to renew your certificate or to issue a certificate of short duration, for no longer than one year.
Extending an appointment Established appointed doctors can extend their appointment to cover additional regulations by completing form FODMS38 and submitting it to HSE.
However, HSE still requires you to maintain an up to date list of the companies and self-employed workers for whom you provide appointed doctor services.
Arranging cover for absence If you require temporary cover because of maternity leave or other protracted absence, another HSE appointed doctor may be required to ensure continuity of medical surveillance until you can resume your duties. You should discuss this matter with the duty holder so that they can ensure that another HSE Appointed Doctor will be available in your absence.
A list of appointed doctors can be found on our website. How to appeal You may appeal against a decision: You should provide documentary evidence in support of the appeal and send the request in an email to appointed. Complaints If there is a verbal complaint made about your work as an appointed doctor, HSE will request written confirmation.
To investigate a formal, written complaint, HSE will ask you to provide written comments in response. Alternatively, an HSE Medical Adviser may visit you to gather evidence on which to base their judgement.Port Manteaux churns out silly new words when you feed it an idea or two.
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