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SITXWHS003 Implement and monitor work
health and safety practices
Assessment

SITXWHS003 – Assessment
Instructions to Students:
Student
name:
Complete the cover sheet and ensure you accept, sign and date the student
declaration on the Student Learning Management System (LMS).
Read through and follow all instructions provided.
Complete each assessment task/activity.
Submit your assessment to the Student Learning Management System (LMS) by
the due date.
Ensure your submission identifies your name, unit code and title.
You are required to:
Plagiarism is ‘a practice that involves the using of another person’s intellectual
output and presenting it as one’s own’. This includes the presentation of work that
has been copied, in whole or part, from other sources (including other students’
work, published books or periodicals, the Internet, unpublished works or
unauthorised collaboration with other persons), without due acknowledgement.
PLAGIARISM AND COLLUSION
A student found to have plagiarised material will be instantly graded Not Yet
Competent (NYC) and may be subject to one or all of the following:
Referral of the matter to the Academic Coordinator for: an intervention
meeting, issuing of written warning, clarification regarding assessment re-
submission requirements and allocation of additional assessment tasks.
Referral of the matter to the Director for: official disciplinary action by
Frontier Education and/or suspension from the course.
CONSEQUENCES OF PLAGIARISM AND
COLLUSION
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SITXWHS003 – Assessment
Unit description
This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to implement
predetermined work health and safety practices designed, at management level, to ensure a
safe workplace. It requires the ability to monitor safe work practices and coordinate
consultative arrangements, risk assessments, work health and safety training, and the
maintenance of records.
The unit applies to all tourism, travel, hospitality and event sectors and to any small, medium
or large organisation.

For a student’s performance to
be deemed satisfactory for the
whole unit of competence, they
must demonstrate
satisfactory performance in
this assessment.
If part of a task is not
satisfactorily completed the
assessor will arrange for the
student to complete further
assessment to demonstrate
competence. Students are
permitted three (3) attempts
to demonstrate competency.
Overall student performance in
the unit is to be recorded as
either Competent or Not Yet
Competent.
Assessment tasks
In this assessment task
students are required to read
the questions and either select
the one correct answer from a
number of alternatives or write
a response in the space
provided.
This assessment contains a
series of questions designed to
allow students to demonstrate
competence in the unit.
To complete the written
assessment, students must
successfully complete the
following:
Task A – Short answer
Task B – Project
Written assessment
At the successful completion of
this assessment, a Competent
result will be awarded. The
overall unit result and
feedback are recorded at the
end of this documentation.
Unit outcome
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TASK A – SHORT ANSWER
INSTRUCTIONS:
You are to answer all questions.
Read each question carefully.
Ensure you have provided all required information.
SECTION 1: PROVIDE INFORMATION ON HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY
Q1: List five (5) examples of the type of health, safety and security information that you
must provide to staff in your workplace.
1. General ventilation
2. Substitution of raw data
3. Local exhaust ventilation
4. Elimination of various types of hazardous activities
5. Work Health Safety Measures
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q2: List four (4) things an employer must do in regards to their duty of care.
1. Listen to the respected authority in charge
2. Listening to the top management department
3. Take care of the safety measures
4. Use of personal protective equipment
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q3: What are the employee’s duties and obligations as defined by law?
The employees should try to abide by the laws presented by the company. It is their duty to
align themselves with the restrictions provided to them.
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q4: List three (3) potential consequences of not following WHS policies and procedures.
1. Redirection of wages or funds from the bank account
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2. Issuing of warrant
3. Suspension of debtor
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q5: List four (4) ways you can make current work health and safety information readily
accessible to staff.
1. Asking various types of questions
2. Listening actively to the staffs
3. Paraphrasing and asking more questions
4. Confirming that they have understood
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
SECTION 2: MONITOR SAFE WORK PRACTICES
Q6: What three (3) things must you monitor when checking for staff compliance with WHS
matters?
1. Getting progress update from training procedures
2. WHS training and information update
3. Check list of employee understanding measures
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q7: List four (4) WHS policies or procedures commonly used by organisations to manage
work health, safety and security.
1. WHS planning
2. Emergency planning
3. Injury management
4. Emergency planning
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q8: List three (3) safe work practices that might apply to a tour desk attendant.
1. Tagging and lockout
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2. Welding measures
3. Housekeeping measures
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q9: List four (4) questions you can ask to help you monitor compliance with safe work
practices.
1. Are e-mails used appropriately?
2. Are meeting notes captured
3. Are the services consistent
4. Is there an document showing policies are followed
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q10: What should you do when you identify an issue of non-compliance with work health and
safety procedures and safe work practices?
One should try to identify the issue, get deep into the problem and try to resolve it from the
base.
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q11: Why is it important to maintain close contact with day-to-day operations?
It is important to maintain close contact with day to day operations as because it helps in
maintain the task completed every day.
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
SECTION 3: COORDINATE CONSULTATIVE ARRANGEMENTS FOR THE
MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH, SAFETY AND SECURITY ISSUES
Q12: Why is it important to consult with staff about health, safety and security issues?
In order to gain more information about health, safety and security issues one should
consult with staff.
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q13: List five (5) ways you can consult with staff and provide them the opportunity to
contribute their views on current and future work health and safety management
practices.
1. Holding formal consultation or meeting
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2. Having regular meeting regarding workplace safety and health department
3. Sharing information on notice board
4. Adding extra information on pay slips
5. Adding information through message over cell phone
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q14: List five (5) situations when you are legally required to take a systematic approach to
WHS consultation.
1. Dealing with personal injury
2. Dealing with Overtime
3. Dealing with Discrimination
4. Dealing with Harassment
5. Dealing with Termination
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q15: List three (3) roles and responsibilities of an HSC?
1. Advice Managerial responsibilities
2. Assist Managerial responsibilities
3. Develop Health and safety measures
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q16: What is the primary role of an HSR?
It is to represent the employees in their designated work group with the operator of health
and safety measures
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q17: What should you do when a health, safety or security issue is brought to your
attention?
When it is brought to attention, quick response should be gathered to deal and solve the
situation.
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
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SECTION 4: IMPLEMENT AND MONITOR PROCEDURES FOR IDENTIFYING
HAZARDS, AND ASSESSING AND CONTROLLING RISKS
Q18: What are the four (4) steps to risk management?
1. Identify hazards
2. Asses the risk
3. Control risk
4. Review risk control
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q19: List four (4) situations when you should coordinate scheduled hazard identification
activities.
1. When looking for non-routine activities
2. When looking into physical work environment
3. Including how the tasks are done
4. Looking into injuries
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q20: What is a hazard?
A hazard is any source of potential damage, or harm which affect the health of some
employee
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
Q21: List three (3) hazards that relate to work practices.
1. Biological hazards
2. Chemical hazards
3. Physical hazards
Satisfactory Unsatisfactory
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