The following guidance and resources will help you prepare to submit your digital assignment. 

Once you have registered to submit your assignment, to give yourself the greatest chance of success, it is important that you adequately prepare. We recommend that you:

  • Revise to ensure you thoroughly understand and can apply your learning.
  • Read through the resources provided on this page.
  • Set aside adequate time to prepare and check your assignment before the submission period closes.
  • Monitor the email registered against your learner record, as we will send your login details for the online assessment platform to this email a few days before the submission period opens.*
  • Familiarise yourself with the NEBOSH online assessment platform.

* Important: If you have accessed the NEBOSH online assessment platform previously, your login details will remain the same. If you have forgotten your password, visit the online assessment platform, select 'Forgotten your username or password?’ and use your username (your learner number) to request a password reset email. 

Resources

Please note that the NEBOSH online assessment platform is optimised for mobiles which have the same functionality as a desktop.

NDEM2: Practical Application (2016 Specification)

This document provides comprehensive guidance on the presentation and submission of the Unit NDEM2 practical application. It includes guidance on the structure and style of the report. Learners should study this document carefully before submitting their practical application.

The guidance should be read carefully in conjunction with the practical application mark scheme, which is attached at the end of this guidance document, to provide a clear guide to the requirements of the practical application.

IDEM2: Practical Application

This document provides comprehensive guidance on the presentation and submission of the Unit IDEM2 practical application. It includes guidance on the structure and style of the report. Learners should study this document carefully before submitting their practical application.

The guidance should be read carefully in conjunction with the practical application mark scheme, which is attached at the end of this guidance document, to provide a clear guide to the requirements of the practical application.

 

Unit DNI Learner Guidance

Unit DNI is a combined Unit for both the National Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety and the International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety.

The assignment gives Learners the opportunity to demonstrate the knowledge and understanding gained from their studies of Units A/IA, B/IB and C/IC of the National/International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety syllabus in a vocational setting.

The aim of the assignment is for learners to carry out a review of the arrangements for managing health and safety in a workplace and to produce justified, proportionate recommendations to improve health and safety performance.

Please download the latest DNI Guidance and Information for learners below. This document provides comprehensive guidance on the presentation and submission of the Unit DNI assignment report and should be studied carefully before commencing.

The guidance should be read in conjunction with the assignment mark scheme, which is attached at the end of this guidance document, to provide a clear guide to the requirements of the assignment report.

Your Learning Partner will be able to confirm your eligibility to take the Unit DNI assignment and will formally issue learners with their assignment brief.