Principles of Administration: Assignment

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PRINCIPLE OFADMINISTRATION
Table of ContentsExplain legal obligations of employer for health and safety at workplace.................................1Explain individual's responsibilities for maintaining health and safety at workplace................1Describe accident and emergency procedures............................................................................2Describe the type of discrimination and identify current legislation for the type ofdiscrimination..............................................................................................................................2Identification of relevant legislation for each keyword it is related to.......................................3Explain steps to answer telephone in an organisation.................................................................4Explain process that manager follows to ensure that correct procedures have been followed...4Explain how to set targets for sales team....................................................................................5Explain methods to manage performance of sales teams............................................................5What are meetings and how frequently they are conducted along with list of documentsneeded.........................................................................................................................................6Explain Jack's roles and responsibilities in the meeting.............................................................6Explain role of team members in meetings.................................................................................6What are steps involved in organising meetings and informations required before, during andafter the meetings........................................................................................................................7Meeting Minutes.........................................................................................................................7Explain legal implications of minutes recorded in meetings......................................................8Importance in maintaining accuracy in recording meetings minutes..........................................8Explain what to and what no to include in meetings minutes.....................................................9Explain characteristics, purpose and requirements of different types of events.........................9List of items important in relation to plan conference and key elements in each factor...........10Resources required at the event and reasons.............................................................................10Describe types of information needed by audience before, during and after the conference...11REFERENCES..............................................................................................................................12
Explain legal obligations of employer for health and safety at workplaceThe Health and Safety at Work Act 1974:Itis legislation that covers health and safetyof employees at workplace in UK also known as HASAWA. This act of parliament sets outguidelines for maintaining and managing health and safety, it sets out duties of employer,employee, management, owner and staff of organisation. This act is amended by government andbrings out primary piece of legislation and ensures that workplace is safe as well as suitabelenough for business operations. It lay down some requirements that workplace need to provide toemployees:Safe working environment which is properly managed and processes are conductedsafely.Training sessions for workforce so that health and safety procedures are accepted andobeyed.Appropriate provisions for important information, instructions and supervision.Explain individual's responsibilities for maintaining health and safety at workplaceEmployers have legal responsibilities to make sure that health and safety is managed inworkplace on other hand employees also have some responsibilities for their well-being.Employers:It is employers duty to protect workforce and maintain safety and welfare and otherindividuals.It is their duty to ensure that risks are controlled which can cause injury or harm to healthand safety of employees(Xu and et. al., 2015).Assessing risk at workplace so that all risks that can cause harm to staff will be clearlydiscovered and suitable actions are taken by employer.Employees:It is employee responsibilities to take care of their own well-being and safety.Co-operate employers in managing heath and safety by taking proper training sessionsand get complete required information.Reporting injuries, illness or suffering occurring due to operating machinery or doingwork so that processes are changed.1
Describe accident and emergency proceduresThe procedures for accident and emergency are as follows:First step is toRaise Alarmso that other employees in building get informed that there issome emergency or accidents.After this,Emergency Servicesshould be called so that individuals get proper help andassistance from such accidents.Evacuation of Disabled Peopleis most necessary by special equipments.Controlling Incidentby making people calm and gathering them in safe place.Providing Medical Assistanceto those who are injured and causalities at personal levelby trained staff.There is need that workplace should provide following requirements:There should be first aid boxes at different places in building so that it can be accesseasily at time of accident or emergency.Employees must known nearest escape, alarm point to inform others in building andtraining to use emergency equipments shall be provided(Wang and et. al., 2015).Describe the type of discrimination and identify current legislation for the type of discriminationIn Jenny case, it is indirect discrimination as she is not able to understand training sessions andsupervisor is clearing stating that there is no facilities. When organisation not do something inway that has negative impact on employee is called indirect discrimination. The currentlegislation that protects employees from any type of discrimination is stated under:The Equality Act 2010:This act states that individuals should not be discriminated onthe basis of age, sex, gender, disability, pregnancy, race, religion or maternity. This act laysdown different legislation which provide framework to protect individuals from any type ofdiscrimination and provide equal opportunity for all. This safeguard people from unfair treatmentand promotes equal society.2
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