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The Safeguarding Vulnerable Groups (Northern Ireland) Order 2007

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Regulated activity providers: duty to provide information on request etc.

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39.—(1) This Article applies if IBB is considering—

(a)whether to include any person in a barred list;

(b)whether to remove any person from a barred list.

(2) IBB may require—

(a)any regulated activity provider who has made arrangements for that person to engage in regulated activity (whether or not the arrangements are still in place),

(b)any responsible person (within the meaning of Article 27) who permits or has permitted that person to engage in controlled activity,

(c)any personnel supplier which is an employment agency or employment business and which acts for or has acted for that person, or

(d)any personnel supplier which is an educational institution and which has supplied that person to another person for him to engage in regulated or controlled activity,

to provide IBB with any prescribed information he or it holds relating to the person.

(3) An employment agency acts for a person if it makes arrangements with him with a view to—

(a)finding him relevant employment with an employer, or

(b)supplying him to employers for relevant employment by them.

(4) Relevant employment is employment which consists in or involves engaging in regulated or controlled activity.

(5) An employment business acts for a person if it employs him to engage in regulated or controlled activity for and under the control of other persons.

(6) In this Article “employment” has the same meaning as in Part II of the Employment (Miscellaneous Provisions) (Northern Ireland) Order 1981 (NI 20).

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