Introduction to Standard DBS Check – Eligibility Guidelines
Obtaining the correct level of DBS check for your staff is essential, and one of the most difficult levels of check to assess eligibility for is a Standard DBS Check.
Eligibility guidelines can be a touch vague when it comes to Standard Checks, but there are many sectors where a more thorough check than a Basic DBS Check is needed, but the applicant is not eligible for an Enhanced Check.
Who Qualifies For An Standard DBS Check – Eligibility Guidelines
Employees eligible for a Standard DBS Check include, people in the financial sector that are regulated by the FCA, Prudential Regulatory Authority, or the Bank of England. This includes accountants, football stewards, members of the Master Locksmith Association, Justice Clerks and many more roles.
The DBS has created a guide to eligibility for Standard DBS checks that you can access here: Guide to Eligibility For Standard Certificates
DBS Tool for Standard DBS Check – Eligibility Guidelines
The Disclosure and Barring Service have created a useful tool that you can use to check your employees’ eligibility for a Standard DBS Check and what type of DBS Check you will be able to get for them.
Conclusion – Standard DBS Check – Eligibility Guidelines
In conclusion, obtaining the correct level of DBS check for your staff is essential
You can use the DBS Eligibility Tool above to check your employees’ eligibility for a DBS Check, or get in touch with us here at Aaron’s Department.
Our staff have years of experience making sure that people get the correct level of DBS Check, and we are happy to help. You can contact us on 0113 877 0171 or email email@example.com
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