To work as a toilet attendant in the UK, your close contact with the public will mean it is necessary for you to undergo a basic DBS check when you apply for the role.
A DBS check is a statutory criminal record check carried out by the Disclosure and Barring Service. If you live in Scotland, it will be managed by Disclosure Scotland.
DBS checks exist to keep the public, particularly children and vulnerable adults, safe. The 1974 Rehabilitation of Offenders Act sets out the legal requirement for employers to use specific types of DBS checks for frontline roles in the UK.
A DBS check for a toilet attendant is a basic DBS check. You will need to complete this background check to take up the position. The check is a legal requirement because you will have a degree of contact with the public on a daily basis.
A DBS check for a toilet attendant will require a search to verify if you have any unspent criminal convictions or conditional cautions. Spent convictions will not be included in the search.
Your CRB check can be requested by you or your employer.
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We also offer a full range of other support to help you get your basic DBS application form/s processed with ease. Call today on 0333 030 0446 to discuss your basic DBS check or visit our home page to find out more.