BSBWHS4010 Implement and Monitor WHS Policies, Procedures and Programs
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1.Assessment criteria forBSBWHS4010 2.Implement and MonitorWHS Policies, Procedures and Programs to meet Legislative Requirements In this document, you will find the foundation of what is required to become competent in this unit. For further information on each element, you can refer to the Assessment Matrix. Included in this document are the elements for the unit, foundation skills, assessment requirements as well as an assessment tool definition list and the crucial observation and third-party check lists. As well as all the areas covered here, each student must also complete all workbook activities, case studies and major activities, where stated, to become competent within this unit. NOTE – Re-assessment: Students will have amaximum of two (2) reassessmentattempts if competency is not achieved in the first instance. The final grade of‘C’forCompetentor‘NC’forNot Competentis only given at the completion of the unit of competency when all components or parts of the assessment are graded as‘S’forSatisfactory.Unsatisfactory results are marked as NS. Elements for Competency Demonstration Elements for Competency Assessment: 1.Provide information to the work team about WHS policies and procedures 2.Implement and monitor participation arrangements for managing WHS 3.Implement and monitor organisational procedures for providing WHS training 4.Implement and monitor organisational procedures and legal requirements for identifying hazards and assessing and controlling risks 5.Implement and monitor organisational procedures for maintaining WHS
Performance Evidence: Evidence of the ability to: Explain clearly and accurately to work team the relevant work health and safety (WHS) information including: oWHS legislative and organisational requirements oidentified hazards and outcomes of risk assessment and control Ensure that the team has access to information about WHS policies, procedures and programs in appropriate structure and language Implement and monitor procedures according to organisational and legislative WHS requirements including: oconsultation and communications to enableteam members to participate in managing WHS risks and hazards oidentifying WHS training needs and providing learning opportunities, coaching and mentoring as appropriate to needs oidentifying, reporting and acting on WHS hazards and risks oidentifying and reporting inadequacies in existing risk controls and monitoring outcomes to ensure a prompt organisational response oreporting on the cost of WHS training okeeping WHS records oanalysing aggregate WHS data to identify hazards and monitor risk control procedures in work area. Foundation Skills: Reading Interprets and analyses complex WHS legislative and organisational texts Writing Documents WHS legislative and organisational information using structure, layout and language suitable for audience Records WHS issues and actions taken according to reporting requirements Prepares and maintains required records using appropriate structure and vocabulary
Oral communication Provides WHS legislative and organisational information and advice using structure and language suitable for audience Numeracy Extracts, interprets and comprehends mathematical information in relation to training costs and risk management data Navigate the world of work Takes responsibility for adherence to legal and regulatory responsibilities and organisational policies and procedures in relation to WHS Keeps up to date on changes to WHS legislation or regulations and organisational policies and procedures Interact with others Selects and uses appropriate conventions and protocols to facilitate consultation or provide feedback Initiates and contributes to facilitating consultative role, responding, explaining, clarifying and expanding on ideas and information as required Collaborates with others to achieve individual and team outcomes Get the work done
Uses combination of formal, logical planning and intuitive understanding of context to identify relevant information and risks, and identify and evaluate alternative strategies Uses formal decision-making processes, setting or clarifying goals, gathering information and identifying and evaluating choices against a set of criteria Recognises and takes responsibility for reporting WHS risk control inadequacies Uses formal and informal processes to monitor implementations of WHS solutions and reflect on outcomes Knowledge Evidence: To complete the unit requirements safely and effectively, the individual must: Outline the legal responsibilities and duties of managers, supervisors, persons conducting businesses or undertakings (PCBUS) and workers in relation to WHS risk management in the workplace Identify key provisions of relevant WHS Acts, regulations and codes of practice that apply to the business and outline how they apply in the work area Explain organisational policies and procedures relating to hazard identification, risk management, fire, emergency and evacuation, incident investigation and reporting Explain the importance of effective consultation mechanisms in managing health and safety risks in the workplace Explain how the hierarchy of control applies in the work area. Assessment Conditions: Assessment must be conducted in a safe environment where evidence gathered demonstrates consistent performance of typical activities experienced by individuals carrying out work health and safety duties in the workplace and include access to:
An actual workplace or simulated environment Workplace equipment and resources Examples of documents relating to workplace safety, hazard identification and risk assessment Interaction with others. Assessors must satisfy NVR/AQTF assessor requirements. Links: Companion volumes available from the IBSA website: http://www.ibsa.org.au/companion_volumes - http://www.ibsa.org.au/companion_volumes Any observations and practical assessments must be recorded in the observation checklist. All practical tasks should be demonstrated during the length of the course. As the instructor, you must maintain a record demonstrating the date of the practical activities and any comments relevant to the performance of each student. Where a student is not able to demonstrate competence in a practical observation activity, further questioning should be put in its place. As the instructor, you could be assessing the student’s literacy, numeracy and language skills, as well as the content and context of his/her answers. In some cases, you will have to adjust and amend the assessment tools, using different and varied methods (such as oral assessment), to allow students to be assessed according to their needs and abilities. Assessment Tool Definitions Assessment ToolHow is it used? What is it? Learner Workbook Activities (Entire completion is required) Each student should be given a Learner Workbook which will hold several activities, both formative and summative, that all need to be completed in conjunction with the appropriate sessions. The PowerPoint, Learner Guide and instructor should provide further information to help with the activities. Observation/Demonstration (To be completed for each numbered point as stated on the checklist) An observation should be completed for each of the students by the instructor. If the tasks aren’t everyday actions, a simulated environment is acceptable, or a demonstration can be set up. An observation
checklist can be found at the end of this document. Major Activity (Entire completion is required) A Major Activity is a summative assessment and can be found in the Learner Workbook, after all the activities are completed. This is an extended piece of summative assessment which should take anywhere between 1-2 hours and every student should complete this work. It is a requirement for each unit to check knowledge and understanding. Skills and Knowledge Activity (Entire completion is required) A Skills and Knowledge Activity is a summative assessment and is found before the Major Activity in the Learner Workbook. This should take between 1-2 hours and every student should complete this work. It is a requirement for each unit to check knowledge and understanding of the foundation skills and knowledge evidence. Third Party (To be completed for each numbered point as stated on the checklist) A Third-Party checklist is very similar to an Observation Checklist in its format, but it can be completed by someone who works with the learner and has witnessed them completing tasks which coincide with the elements of the unit. The checklist can be found at the end of this document. Case Study (Entire completion is required) Not all units will have Case Studies but those that do will be clearly stated within the PowerPoint and the Learner Workbook. It will appear as any other activity, but it will be named ‘Case Study’ and will provide an example of a possible real-life situation for the learner to read, interpret and then answer questions on. Learner Guide (To be used as an informational guide) The Learner Guide links with the Learner Workbook as it provides the information given during sessions and more. It can help students to further their knowledge and to also complete the activities. Evidence Document (Not a necessity for completion of unit but can be used as an aid or to collect further evidence) The Evidence Document lists all the Elements and Performance Criteria with an area for written reports etc, to add evidence to the student’s portfolio. It can be used for any of the performance criteria, especially those which may not have been covered by any other assessment tool. The student can circle several the criteria that they may feel they need further evidence of or it can be used as a guide for completing further Observations and Third-Party reports.
Observation/Demonstration Throughout this unit, the learner will be expected to show their competency of the elements through observations or demonstrations. The observations and demonstrations will be completed as well as the formative and summative assessments found in the Learner Workbook. An explanation of demonstrations and observations: Demonstration is off-the-job A demonstration will require: Performing a skill or task that is asked of you Undertaking a simulation exercise Observation is on-the-job The observation will usually require: Performing a work-based skill or task Interaction with colleagues and/or customers The observation/demonstration will take place either in the workplace or the training environment, depending on the task to be undertaken and whether it is an observation or demonstration. Each task must be observed. You will need to ensure you provide the learner with the correct equipment and/or materials to complete the task. You will also need to inform the learner of the time they have to complete the task; this will once again vary, depending on the task. Learner should be able to demonstrate they can: 1.Provide information to the work team about WHS policies and procedures 2.Implement and monitor participation arrangements for managing WHS 3.Implement and monitor organisational procedures for providing WHS training 4.Implement and monitor organisational procedures and legal requirements for identifying hazards and assessing and controlling risks 5.Implement and monitor organisational procedures for maintaining WHS Learners should also demonstrate the following skills: Reading Writing
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