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Bug: IDSITXWHS001 PARTICIPATE IN SAFE WORK PRACTICES – ProjectSITXWHS001 PARTICIPATE IN SAFE WORK PRACTICES – ProjectWORKPLACE OR TRAINING AREA INSPECTION CHECKLISTArea / TopicProcedures followedIssues identifiedReporting or resolution proceduresFor example:emergency exitsExits are clearly marked throughout the workplace.Exits are clear of obstructions.Emergency exits are identified on emergency evacuation plan, which is displayed throughout the workplace.Rear exit is blocked with excess stock.Report the matter to your supervisor.Follow supervisor instruction, and if requested, remove the stock from the doorway.Handling of chemicals, poisons and dangerous substances Manual handling proceduresUse, maintenance and movement of plant and equipmentWaste disposalStorage of stock and equipmentWorking with hot or sharp equipmentDaily housekeeping practicesElectrical equipment – checking and maintenanceEmergency proceduresFirst aid proceduresReporting procedures for accidents/incidentsSignage – safety, emergency, dangerous substancesSecurity management of cashSecurity management of equipment, documents and keysSecurity management of people22018 Edition1© Didasko Digital 2018www.didasko.comBug: IDSITXWHS001 PARTICIPATE IN SAFE WORK PRACTICES – Project SITXWHS001 PARTICIPATE IN SAFE WORK PRACTICES – Project Assessment C – Project Instructions You will require access to the learner resource for this unit, the internet and a computer.You are to answer all questions.Read each task and question carefully. Ensure you have provided all required information.Should you require ‘reasonable adjustment’ to complete this assessment, discuss the options with your assessor prior to attempting the task. Reasonable adjustment means modifications or changes that give you the same opportunities in training as a person without a disability.Your assessor will discuss the conditions of assessment, e.g., open or closed book, time limits for completion, etc., with you prior to attempting this task.To be deemed satisfactory in this task you must complete each project correctly. Your assessor will determine how many attempts you are allowed for each task/question.On completion, submit your assessment to your assessor via the LMS.Learner assessment guide and evidenceThis assessment requires you to:Identify the safety and emergency procedures you follow in your workplace or training area.Identify any safety issues caused by unsafe work practices or non-compliance with legislative requirements or organisation procedures.Identify and complete reporting procedures.Demonstrate emergency procedures.Participate in WHS consultation activities.You are required to do the following.Complete Tasks 1 and 2 – A workplace training area inspection and short-answer questions.Complete Tasks 3 and 4 – An emergency procedures demonstration and short-answer questions.Complete Tasks 5 and 6 – Participate in a WHS discussion and short-answer questions.Answer all questions for each of these activities. Task 1: Workplace training area inspection – safety checklistGo to your ‘Course files’ and download Assessment C_Inspection checklist. Save the file locally. Using the table, identify and briefly describe the safety and emergency procedures you follow in your workplace or training environment.Write your procedures into the ‘Procedures followed’ column. The topic/areas have been provided but you can modify them to suit your workplace environment.After conducting an inspection of your work or training area, identify any safety issues caused by unsafe work practices or non-compliance with legislative requirements or organisation procedures. Write this information into the ‘Issues identified’ column.Outline the steps you have followed to resolve or report the situation in the ‘Reporting or resolution procedures’ column.When completed, submit Assessment C_Inspection checklist to your assessor.To gather the information for this task, you may use some or all of these sources of information.Refer to your workplace’s health and safety policies and procedures manual and emergency procedures manual.Consult with your health and safety representative, manager or supervisor.Research relevant legislative requirements on government health and safety websites.Task 2: Question and answerAnswer all questions:Q1:Briefly outline your workplace hazard identification procedures. Q2:What information do you need to include on your hazard identification form?Q3:List three safe work practices that you complete in your job role.Q4:List three safe work practices your manager completes in their job role. Task 3: Emergency procedures demonstrationIn consultation with your team leader/supervisor, manager and/or health and safety representative, hold an emergency evacuation drill for your workplace or training area. The drill should be conducted at a time that is approved by management and which minimises disruption to customers.You are to demonstrate a range of skills and knowledge during and after the drill.Your assessor will use the following skills and knowledge checklist during your demonstration.Conduct the drill.Skills and knowledgeSatisfactoryCommentsYesNoCan identify emergency alarms.Follows appropriate procedures for evacuation.Completes any housekeeping procedures required during an emergency situation (for example, securing of cash or obtaining staff records).Accurately interprets signage including evacuation procedures, emergency exits and firefighting equipment.Identifies designated emergency and evacuation personnel and follows all instructions during the evacuation procedure.Identifies and reports any hazards which may inhibit the smooth execution of evacuation procedures.Seeks assistance from colleagues during emergency situation, as required.Task 4: Question and answerAnswer all questions:Q1:Were staff knowledgeable about emergency procedures? Were they enthusiastic or complacent and did they fulfil their responsibility to participate in WHS practices? Q2:What follow-up action would you recommend after completing the emergency drill?Q3:What assistance could your colleagues provide during emergency situations?Q4:List three potential emergency incidents that could occur in your workplace. Q5:There has been an emergency incident in the kitchen. A small fire has damaged a cupboard and a few cooking pots are destroyed. Locate and complete your organisation’s emergency incident report based on this incident. Alternatively, create your own incident report. Once completed, submit the incident report to your assessor.Q6: In the incident of a small kitchen fire, which authorities would you contact for assistance? Task 5: WHS discussion With your manager, colleague or assessor discuss the following scenario. You are the kitchen hand and your manager, colleague or assessor is the WHS officer.Record this discussion as an audio file. Save as Assessment C_WHS audio.Discuss your concerns with the WHS officer and what response you would like them to take.Discuss your concerns about your supervisor’s response and what appropriate response the WHS officer should take.ScenarioYou work as a kitchen hand in a large and busy café in a large hotel in the city centre. There are 30 employees just working in the café alone.You have noticed that one of the sandwich presses is sparking up every time it is switched on in the morning. You have told your supervisor about it, but as he is really busy he doesn’t have time to deal with it. You have heard other colleagues tell him about it and they get the same response, ‘Yes, I’ll log a hazard form and get it sorted’.It’s been two weeks now and it still hasn’t been dealt with. Each day it is turned on, the cord is sparking up more and more. Some of the employees are refraining from using it altogether, which is causing a hold up for the customers.You have a discussion with the hotel manager about it, who is also the WHS officer. You complete a hazard identification form and bring it to your meeting. HAZARD IDENTIFICATION FORMHazard identifiedElectrical issue with sandwich press. It is sparking up each time it is switched on. This could cause injury or a fire. Location on-siteIn kitchen, second sandwich press from the left.Risk level HighHas this been reported to your supervisor? YesNoSuggested responseRemove sandwich press immediately and dispose of it. Purchase a new sandwich press. Once completed upload/submit the audio file Assessment C_WHS audio to your assessor.Task 6: Question and answerAnswer all questions:Q1:Summarise the main points of your meeting with the WHS officer. Q2:What was the outcome of the meeting?Q3:What actions can be put in place to prevent an incident like this occurring again?Q4:What actions will be taken in relation to the supervisor?Q5:What are the various ways you can suggest inclusions for WHS policies and procedures? Assessor checklist To be completed by the assessor.Learner’s name:Did the learner successfully demonstrate the following skills and knowledge?Assessor commentsCompletedYesNoIdentified the format of template reports for hazards.Listed the reasons why it’s important to report all workplace hazards as they arise.Listed any potential emergency situations in the workplace.Discussed employee responsibilities to participate in WHS practices and ensure safety of others in the workplace.Identified and listed workplace hazards and associated health, safety and security risks. Discussed the outcomes of participation in the WHS consultation process. Identified safe work practices for individual job roles. Identified procedures for WHS management practices. Completed emergency incident reports/template accurately, following organisational procedures.Listed the relevant authorities to contact during an emergency situation.22018 Edition1© Didasko Digital 2018www.didasko.comAssessment Short AnswerSITXWHS001 PARTICIPATE IN SAFE WORK PRACTICES – Short answerSITXWHS001 PARTICIPATE IN SAFE WORK PRACTICES – Short answerAssessment a – Short answerInstructions You are required to answer all questions.Read each question carefully. Ensure you have provided all required information.On completion, submit your assessment via the LMS to your assessor.These questions assess the knowledge evidence required for this unit. Should you require ‘reasonable adjustment’ to complete this assessment, discuss the options with your assessor prior to attempting the task. Reasonable adjustment means modifications or changes that give you the same opportunities in training as a person without a disability.Your assessor will discuss the conditions of assessment, e.g., open or closed book, time limits for completion, etc., with you prior to attempting this task.To be deemed satisfactory in this task you are required to answer all questions correctly. Your assessor will determine how many attempts are allowed for each question.You will require access to the learner resource for this unit, the internet and a computer (if submitting via LMS) or a pen (if submitting hard copy).Q1: Under Australian WHS/OHS legislation what actions are businesses legally obliged to adhere to at all times when operating their business? List five.Q2:Read these different scenarios. Whose responsibility is it: the business, the
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