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Implement And Monitor Work Health And Safety Practices

ASSESSMENT TASK: PROJECT

PART A: PLANNING WHS SYSTEMS, CONSULTATION AND RISK ASSESSMENT

For the purpose of this assessment you need to provide for each situation listed below:

  1. Clear references to websites or sources including sections and pages where you located the relevant legislation
  2. An implementation plan that provides the steps and processes for planning consultation, risk assessment and implementation for each situation
  3. The actual records required to meet legislative requirements (for example consultation records for staff consultation/ where incident reporting is selected the appropriate form(s)/ where chemicals and hazardous substances are selected the relevant SDS, PPE register, training register etc./ where security management of any kind is selected the relevant SOPs, emergency procedures, staff training records/ where evacuation is selected, the floorplan(s), emergency procedures, wardens, forms for reports as relevant etc.)

ASSESSMENT REQUIREMENTS

1. You are required to plan for each of the following instance and situations:

  1. Evacuation of staff and customers from a venue
  2. Security management of cash, documents, equipment, keys or people
  3. Handling chemicals and hazardous substances

Instance

Date

Duration from ... to...

Tasks to be completed

What will be observed?

Selection 1:

Consultation

Risk Assessment Process

Implementation

Monitoring of processes

Identification of Training Needs

Evaluation

Recording of documentation

Selection 2:

Consultation

Risk Assessment Process

Implementation

Monitoring of processes

Identification of Training Needs

Evaluation

Recording of documentation

Selection 3:

Consultation

Risk Assessment Process

Implementation

Monitoring of processes

Identification of Training Needs

Evaluation

Recording of documentation

2. Once your situations have been selected, you need to access the relevant codes of practice from the SafeWork Australia website or the WorkSafe Victoria website:

Situation

Code/legislation/factsheet

Reference

3. After you have identified the specific requirements for each situation you will need to plan, develop and implement consultation processes with your staff/ colleagues.

  1. Instance

Situation:

Describe the legal requirements set out by the relevant code/legislation that applies to this situation

Consultation Requirements: Where, when, what

Who is involved:

Risk assessment including Hazard Analysis – what will need to be assessed

Complete the risk assessment template marked “Situation_______________________

  1. Instance

Situation:

Describe the legal requirements set out by the relevant code/legislation that applies to this situation

Consultation Requirements:

Who is involved:

Risk assessment including Hazard Analysis – what will need to be assessed

Complete the risk assessment template marked “Situation_______________________

  1. Instance

Situation:

Describe the legal requirements set out by the relevant code/legislation that applies to this situation

Consultation Requirements:

Who is involved:

Risk assessment including Hazard Analysis – what will need to be assessed

Complete the risk assessment template marked “Situation_______________________

ASSESSMET MARKING CRITERIA (PART A)

Planning WHS systems, consultation and risk assessment

Instance 1: Evacuation of staff and customers

Marking Criteria

1.Attempt

2.Attempt

3.Attempt

Legal requirements set out in legislation

S

NS

S

NS

S

NS

Feedback

The correct code, legislation or factsheet is identified

The source where the information is accessed is provided

The legal requirements for emergency procedures are identified

PCBUs must ensure that an emergency plan is prepared for the workplace, including for workers who may work at multiple workplaces

The inclusions listed in the emergency plan are identified and provided;

  • emergency procedures, including:
  • an effective response to an emergency
  • evacuation procedures
  • notifying emergency service organisations at the earliest opportunity
  • medical treatment and assistance, and
  • effective communication between the person
  • authorised to coordinate the emergency response
  • and all people at the workplace
  • testing of the emergency procedure
  • information, training and instructions for workers to implement the emergency procedures

http://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/sites/swa/about/publications/Documents/657/Emergency_plans_fact_sheet.pdf

A floor plan or outline of the area where evacuation is planned is attached

Consultation

Details for the place and time for consultation are provided

Details of participants who participate in the consultation are provided

The nature and details for consultation is provide in a clear format

The consultation plan is clear and meets legal requirements (information/contribution/actions/ outcomes)

Risk Assessment

The risk assessment includes the critical inclusions identified in legislation for emergency procedures listed above

The hazards or potential hazards are realistically identified for each process/ procedure

The hazards identified include physical hazards relevant or potential for each process/ procedure

The hazards identified include equipment hazards relevant or potential for process/ procedure

Security hazards are identified as relevant

The list provided reflects consultation reflecting on the tasks undertaken in the workplace and information provided by the student

Any existing controls in place to reduce risks for hazards identified are described clearly

The risk scores entered must reflect the details provided though consultation with colleagues

The risk level and risk score is determined for each hazard identified in the risk assessment and listed in the template on the last page

The actions for each hazard identified are determined and listed in the template for each hazard

The implementation requirements for actions determined for each hazard are outlined

The implementation strategy reflects the priorities according to level of risks identified

The implementation strategy reflects the steps outlined in the hierarchy of controls

The risk assessment template is submitted complete

Planning WHS systems, consultation and risk assessment

Instance 2.: Security management of cash, documents, equipment, keys or people

Marking Criteria

1.Attempt

2.Attempt

3.Attempt

Legal requirements set out in legislation

S

NYS

S

NYS

S

NYS

Comments

The correct code, legislation or factsheet is identified

The source where the information is accessed is provided

The legal requirements for the select type of security management are identified: (for example Safety of workers in a workplace or as relevant

List the criteria for legal requirements here:

Consultation

Details for the place and time for consultation are provided

Details of participants who participate in the consultation are provided

The nature and details for consultation is provided in a clear format

The consultation plan is clear and meets legal requirements (information/contribution/actions/ outcomes)

Risk Assessment

The risk assessment includes the critical inclusions identified in legislation for emergency procedures listed above

The hazards or potential hazards are realistically identified for each process/ procedure

The hazards identified include physical hazards relevant or potential for each process/ procedure

The hazards identified include equipment hazards relevant or potential for process/ procedure

Security hazards are identified as relevant

The list provided reflects consultation reflecting on the tasks undertaken in the workplace and information provided by the student

Any existing controls in place to reduce risks for hazards identified are described clearly

The risk scores entered must reflect the details provided though consultation with colleagues

The risk level and risk score is determined for each hazard identified in the risk assessment and listed in the template on the last page

The actions for each hazard identified are determined and listed in the template for each hazard

The implementation requirements for actions determined for each hazard are outlined

The implementation strategy reflects the priorities according to level of risks identified

The implementation strategy reflects the steps outlined in the hierarchy of controls

The risk assessment template is submitted complete

Planning WHS systems, consultation and risk assessment

Instance 3 : Handling chemicals and hazardous substances

Marking Criteria

1.Attempt

2.Attempt

3.Attempt

Legal requirements set out in legislation

S

NS

S

NS

S

NS

Feedback

The correct code, legislation or factsheet is identified

The source where the information is accessed is provided

The legal requirements for duties in relation to hazardous chemicals are identified as relevant for the nature of the organisation:

  • correct labelling of containers and pipework, using warning placards and outer warning placards and displaying of safety signs
  • maintaining a register and manifest (where relevant) of hazardous chemicals and providing notification to the regulator of manifest quantities if required
  • identifying risk of physical or chemical reaction of hazardous chemicals and ensuring the stability of hazardous chemicals
  • ensuring that exposure standards are not exceeded
  • provision of health monitoring to workers
  • provision of information, training, instruction and supervision to workers
  • provision of spill containment system for hazardous chemicals if necessary
  • obtaining the current Safety Data Sheet (SDS) from the manufacturer, importer or supplier of the chemical
  • controlling ignition sources and accumulation of flammable and combustible substances
  • provision and availability of fire protection, firefighting equipment and emergency and safety equipment
  • preparing an emergency plan if the quantity of a class of hazardous chemical at a workplace exceeds the
  • manifest quantity for that hazardous chemical
  • stability and support of containers for bulk hazardous chemicals including pipework and attachments
  • decommissioning of underground storage and handling systems
  • notifying the regulator as soon as practicable of abandoned tanks in certain circumstances

Consultation

Details for the place and time for consultation are provided

Details of participants who participate in the consultation are provided

The nature and details for consultation is provide in a clear format

The consultation plan is clear and meets legal requirements (information/contribution/actions/ outcomes)

Risk Assessment

The risk assessment includes the critical inclusions identified in legislation for emergency procedures listed above

The hazards or potential hazards are realistically identified for each process/ procedure

The hazards identified include physical hazards relevant or potential for each process/ procedure

The hazards identified include equipment hazards relevant or potential for process/ procedure

Security hazards are identified as relevant

The list provided reflects consultation reflecting on the tasks undertaken in the workplace and information provided by the student

Any existing controls in place to reduce risks for hazards identified are described clearly

The risk scores entered must reflect the details provided though consultation with colleagues

The risk level and risk score is determined for each hazard identified in the risk assessment and listed in the template on the last page

The actions for each hazard identified are determined and listed in the template for each hazard

The implementation requirements for actions determined for each hazard are outlined

The implementation strategy reflects the priorities according to level of risks identified

The implementation strategy reflects the steps outlined in the hierarchy of controls

The risk assessment template is submitted complete

PART B: IMPLEMENTING, MONITORING AND EVALUATING WHS SYSTEMS

Your Tasks:

You are required to implement each situation based on the work you have planned and completed in Part A.

  1. Brief all relevant staff before implementation to provide a refresher of the procedures that were finalised and determined during consultation and risk assessment
  2. Monitor each situation and ensure that any breaches are identified promptly.
  3. Use relevant templates or a log to document progress and incidents for each situation.
  4. Take appropriate actions to prevent any potential incidents, accidents or other hazards where a safety risk has been identified.
  5. Document each breach or shortfall you identify for each instance.
  6. Write a report summary for each situation and clearly outline the requirements for changes for each procedure based on the results in 4. and which type of training this will require as a result for each situation.
  7. Attach your completed templates or log as relevant.
  8. Attach your final summary report.

ASSESSMET MARKING CRITERIA (PART B)

Implementing, monitoring and evaluating WHS systems

Instance 1 : Evacuation of staff and customers

Marking Criteria

1.Attempt

2.Attempt

3.Attempt

Implementation

S

NS

S

NS

S

NS

Feedback

Staff is briefed on evacuation procedures

Each role is clearly defined

All equipment is checked and prepared

All PPE is checked and available as identified

The evacuation procedure is trialed

Monitoring

Each process is monitored

Define steps monitored:

Any breaches are identified

Corrective action is taken:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Staff is informed or actioned for breaches as relevant:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Evaluation

Breaches or issues are documented

Participants are de-briefed/feedback

A summary report is submitted

Each breach or shortfall is identified

Steps for rectification are summarised in report

Training requirements are identified in the report

The documentation/templates used for monitoring are attached to this assessment

The final report is attached to this assessment

Implementing, monitoring and evaluating WHS systems

Instance 2: Security management of cash, documents, equipment, keys or people

Marking Criteria

1.Attempt

2.Attempt

3.Attempt

Implementation

S

NS

S

NS

S

NS

Feedback

Staff is briefed on _________________ procedures

Each role is clearly defined

Define the steps required for implementation relevant for the selected procedure:

Monitoring

Each process is monitored

Define steps monitored:

Any breaches are identified

Corrective action is taken:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Staff is informed or actioned for breaches as relevant:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Evaluation

Breaches or issues are documented

Participants are de-briefed/feedback

A summary report is submitted

Each breach or shortfall is identified

Steps for rectification are summarised in report

Training requirements are identified in the report

The documentation/templates used for monitoring are attached to this assessment

The final report is attached to this assessment

Implementing, monitoring and evaluating WHS systems

Instance 3: Handling chemicals and hazardous substances

Marking Criteria

1.Attempt

2.Attempt

3.Attempt

Implementation and Monitoring

S

NS

S

NS

S

NS

Feedback

Staff is briefed on handling chemicals and hazardous substances

Each role is clearly defined

All equipment is checked and prepared

All PPE is checked and available as identified

The use and application of chemicals is trialled during service instance(s)

Correct dispensing is monitored

The disposal of chemicals is monitored

Each process is monitored

Define steps monitored:

Any breaches are identified

Corrective action is taken:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Staff is informed or actioned for breaches as relevant:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Issue: Action:

Evaluation

Breaches or issues are documented

Participants are de-briefed/feedback

A summary report is submitted

Each breach or shortfall is identified

Steps for rectification are summarised in report

Training requirements are identified in the report

The documentation/templates used for monitoring are attached to this assessment

The final report is attached to this assessment

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