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BIIAB LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE
FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
UNIT 1: Roles and Responsibilities
Specimen Examination Paper


The specimen examination questions contained in this specimen examination paper are
representative of the type of questions used to assess candidates taking the LEVEL 2
NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS, UNIT 1: Roles and
Responsibilities, examination.
Candidates are assessed by a 40 question, 60 minute, multiple choice examination.
Candidates have to answer 28 questions correctly to pass.
The answers to each of these questions are shown on the last page.


BIIAB A private limited company registered in England. Company number 4068966. Registered Office: Wessex House, 80 Park Street, Camberley, Surrey GU15 3PT. LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
UNIT 1: Roles and Responsibilities

Specimen Questions

1 What must a door supervisor do to comply with the Private Security Act and the
A Be licensed by the licensing authority B Be licensed by the Security Industry Authority C Register with the local council’s door supervisor department D Register with the local police authority
2 The main role of a door supervisor is to make sure that:
A All cash on the premises is safe B All customers are safe C The premises are always full D The premises attracts female customers 3 Which of these is an important quality for a door supervisor? A Being able to speak more than one language B Being physically big and strong C Having a forceful and aggressive manner D Having a polite and professional manner 4 A door supervisor should wear clothing which: A Ensures that customers are afraid of him B Identifies him as a door supervisor C Is comfortable and loose fitting D Suits the theme of the premises 5 Why has a Code of Behaviour for door supervisors been produced? A To improve communication with the local authority B To improve working relations with the police C To review the conduct of customers D To set national standards of conduct
6 Under the Private Security Industry Act 2001, what must a person have to be able to
A A licence to practice B Annual fire safety training C Annual health and safety training D At least 12 months experience in the industry LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
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7 Which of these are the two main types of law in England and Wales?
A Absolute law and Active Law B Criminal law and Civil Law C Hard law and Soft law D Real law and Virtual law 8 When evicting a customer, a door supervisor must ensure that he: A Gets other customers to help him B Has no witnesses to the eviction C Has received martial art self defence training D Only uses reasonable and necessary force 9 In order to prevent crime and disorder in an area, senior police officers can: A Apply for an order to close all licensed premises in the area B Change all personal licence holders in the area C Insist that all door supervisors in the area are retrained D Stop all licensed premises from selling alcohol 10 What should a door supervisor do if he wants to search a customer’s bag? A Ask the customer to empty the contents B Open the bag and look inside C Remove them himself by hand D Tip the contents out over the floor 11 A door supervisor deciding to search a person because he is a known drug dealer is an A General search B Occasional search C Random search D Specific search 12 Licensed premises should be checked before they open to ensure that: A All staff members are dressed in the correct uniform B All furniture is correctly laid out C It is clean and tidy in the public areas of the premises D It is safe for customers to enter LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
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13 An offensive weapon is any object that:
A Can only be used after special training B Can only be used at close range C Is used, made or adapted to cause injury D Is used to kill large numbers of people 14 The arrest of a person by a door supervisor is a serious matter because: A It is an offence for them to do this B It is the designated premises supervisor’s responsibility C It takes away that person’s freedom D It takes the job away from the police
15 Following the arrest of a person in licensed premises, a door supervisor must:
A Ask to take leave from his work until the court hearing B Explain to the police why he arrested the person C Get a signed statement from the person arrested D Interview all witnesses to the offence 16 Which of these is an indictable offence on licensed premises? A Arson B Being drunk C Falling asleep D Possession of GHB
17 Which of these can be a sign that a person has misused controlled drugs?
A Calm emotions B Clear speech C Non-stop dancing D Rational thinking
18 Which of these may not be a sign of possible drug dealing in licensed premises?
A A person who is very popular with a wide range of people B A person who makes regular trips to the toilet with different people C A person who often only stays for a short time and does not buy a drink D A person who spends a lot of time in the premises with the same group 19 Which of these is classed as a controlled drug under the Misuse of Drugs Act? A Aspirin B Ecstasy C Ibuprofen D Paracetemol LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
UNIT 1: Roles and Responsibilities

20 To reduce the chance of becoming infected when handling drug litter a door supervisor
A Wash his hand after touching the drug litter B Wash his hands before touching the drug litter C Wear needle proof gloves D Wear water proof gloves 21 What should a door supervisor do if a customer is found be in possession of controlled A Keep the drugs himself and sell them to other customers B Put the drugs in the bin and evict the customer C Seize the drugs, arrest the customer and call the police D Tell the customer off but let him keep the drugs
22 Which of these is one of the main reasons for a door supervisor to record incidents?
A It may be used as evidence by the police or in court B It shows that he is doing his job better than others C The more incidents he records, the better his pay rise will be D The less incidents he records, the better the premises will look 23 If a door supervisor has to use force to evict a customer, where should he record the A In his personal diary at home B In the security incident logbook C On his computer at home D On the staff notice board 24 What type of evidence is a written witness statement classed as? A Conditional evidence B Permanent evidence C Real evidence D True evidence 25 At the scene of a serious incident in licensed premises, a door supervisor should make A All the evidence is sealed and recorded in alphabetical order B Broken glass and other items that may harm people are cleared away C Everyone present at the time of the incident stays exactly where they are D No one tampers with the evidence relating to the incident LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
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26 If a known drug dealer wants to enter a licensed premises, the door supervisor on duty
A Allow him to enter the premises B Double the admission charge for the premises C Only let him enter the premises if it is quiet D Refuse him entry to the premises
27 What is the minimum age at which a person can be legally be sold alcohol in licensed
28 If there is disorder at a certain licensed premises, a police officer can close the A 24 hours B 48 hours C 72 hours D 96 hours 29 Who is a premises licence granted by? A The Crown Court B The licensing authority C The licensed premises authority D The Magistrates’ Court
30 A person can not be refused entry to licensed premises because he is:
A Behaving in an aggressive way B Drunk C Male D Under the influence of controlled drugs 31 If a door supervisor refuses a person entry because he is blind, which law would be A The Blind Person’s Protection Act B The Disability Discrimination Act C The Race Relations Act D The Sex Discrimination Act LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
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32 When should accidents at work be recorded in the accident book?
A As soon as possible B As soon as the injured person is back at work C Within 4 weeks of the accident D Within 72 hours if the injured person goes to hospital 33 The Health and Safety at Work Act states that premises should be: A Clean and safe B Inspected for damp every 3 months C Inspected for noise escape every 3 months D Tidy and stylish
34 What is not a typical hazard faced by door supervisors in licensed premises?
A Being cut by broken glass B Drunk customers C Health and safety training D Slipping on spilt drinks 35 What colour are the safety signs that warn of possible danger? 36 If a door supervisor discovers a serious fire in licensed premises, he should treat the A A chance to test his skills B A false alarm C A low risk D An emergency 37 Licensed premises have permitted capacity limits to make sure that the: A Licensing authority charge the correct fee for the premises licence B Local police know which premises to target for test purchasing C Premises are safe and can be evacuated easily D Premises has enough room for customers to dance LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
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38 What are the three parts of the triangle of fire?
A Air, flames and fumes B Fuel, oxygen and heat C Gas, water and dust D Smoke, nitrogen and liquid 39 If a door supervisor finds what he believes to be a bomb on licensed premises, what is the main priority?
A The alcohol on the premises B The cash in the tills and managers safe C The furniture on the premises D The lives of the staff and customers 40 Before giving first aid to an injured person, it is important that a door supervisor: A Is trained B Uses anesthetic C Washes his hands D Wears goggles LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
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Assessment Criteria
A6 – State the requirements for door supervisors under the Private Security Act B2 – Standards of behaviour required by door supervisors B3 – SIA specific requirements in licensing and enforcement C1 – Understanding of civil and criminal law C3 – ‘Reasonable’ and ‘Necessary’ force C6 – Options available when laws breached D4 – General, random and specific searches E2 – Why arrests should only be a last resort E4 – Which offences are arrestable for a door supervisor F3 – Most common types of illegal drugs F8 – How to dispose of contaminated waste F5 – How to deal with customers in possession of drugs LEVEL 2 NATIONAL CERTIFICATE FOR DOOR SUPERVISORS
UNIT 1: Roles and Responsibilities

G3 – Incidents that need recording and when to call the police G8 – Basic rules to follow to preserve evidence H1 – Law to refusing entry and ejecting customers H2 – Law to underage drinking and permitted hours H4 – Police powers over licensed premises H5 – Different types of licences and premissions for premises H6 – The rights and duties of licence holders and door supervisors in relation to the admission policy I2 – Relevance of the Race Relations Act, Sex Discrimination Act, and Disability Discrimination act in relation to door supervisors J3 – Responsibilities of employers, employees and self-employed J1 – Purpose of the Health and Safety at Work Act J4 – Typical risks and hazard in relation to door supervisors K2 – List reasons for fire certificate and accommodation limits K7 – How to act in a first response situation requiring first aid
Please note that the assessment criteria numbering does not refer to the National
Certificate for Door Supervisors handbook. The learning outcomes and assessment
criteria can be found in the centre manual, Section 1.

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