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The Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007 (Unlawful Requests for Scheme Records) (Prescribed Circumstances) Regulations 2010

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Unlawful requests for scheme records : prescribed circumstances for the purposes of section 67(3)(b) of the Protection of Vulnerable Groups (Scotland) Act 2007

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3.  The circumstances prescribed for the purposes of section 67(3)(b) are that the regulated work is done by an individual in pursuance of an arrangement—

(a)between an individual’s employer and a council or an educational establishment under which an individual’s employer is required to provide transport services to the council or to the educational establishment for the transport of children or protected adults to or from—

(i)a school, or

(ii)any other educational establishment;

(b)between an individual’s employer and a health body under which an individual’s employer is required to provide transport services to the health body for the transport of children or protected adults to or from—

(i)a hospital, or

(ii)any other premises at which facilities are available for any of the services provided by the health body under the National Health Service (Scotland) Act 1978; or

(c)between an individual’s employer and an independent health care service under which an individual’s employer is required to provide transport services to the independent health care service for the transport of children or protected adults to or from—

(i)an independent hospital,

(ii)a private psychiatric hospital,

(iii)an independent clinic, or

(iv)an independent medical agency.

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