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Format: This assessment task incorporates the knowledge of occupational health management that has been obtained throughout the unit and applies that knowledge in a manner that is directly transferable to the workforce. Once in the workforce, the student will be expected to identify occupational health hazards and develop strategies for the management of those hazards. In this assessment, students will be expected to critically discuss the potential impact of the hazard that they have identified, develop a strategy to manage the hazard, discuss how the strategy will be implemented and discuss how the strategy will be monitored and evaluated.
Exceeding the word count (2000 words ±10%) will result in a 10% deduction of the total mark.
Feedback and marks will be provided through Grademark after final results are released.
Length: Curriculum Mode: 2,000 words
Proposal
In this assessment task you are required to develop an Occupational Health Management Plan for an identified occupational health hazard in one identified workplace. This could include drugs and alcohol, lifestyle issues (e.g., diet, cardiovascular health, smoking), as well as hazardous work conditions such as radiation, noise exposure, heat stress, or infection by needle stick injury, as well as fatigue or mental stress. The occupational health hazards you can explore in this assessment are not limited to the above.
Your assignment must compare, examine and critically discuss the literature for your selected topic. You may select your own topic, but please discuss your choice with your tutor before you proceed.
The structure for this report should be as follows:
An introduction that clearly and concisely summarises the assignment content. The introduction should outline the substance of the full discussion in the body of the text.
Details of the workplace; the physical space it occupies; the type of work; number of workers; worker profiles (e.g., gender, age, socio-economic background, experience, length of employment in the workplace, duration and frequency of exposure to the health hazard).
Identify an occupational health hazard and associated risks at your selected workplace. You should consider whether the related risk exposure is a result from work practices, materials used in the workplace, the type of work/ task exposure or the work environment including for example radiation, heat, psychological. Why is it an issue? In doing this you need to consider:
— What are the risks arising from this hazard and how were these risks assessed?
— What are the legal requirements and ethical considerations?
— Is change needed? Explain what the change/s may be.
— Consider the current management/ control measures in place and the effect these have on eliminating or minimising the occupational health hazard.
Detail the occupational health program you have chosen.
— Identify and discuss the desired outcomes and the goals of the program
— Identify and justify the activities that will be involved in developing and implementing the program
— Detail how the program will be monitored and evaluated for success and how you would assess the effectiveness of the occupational health management program and
— What methods/ tools you would use for undertaking the evaluation.
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Conclusion
A conclusion that summarises the main content of the discussion informed by the beginning of the process in the
introduction where you initially outlined the content and discussion.
Marking Criteria:
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An introduction which clearly and concisely summarises the assignment content Introduction provides a thorough summary of the assignment content. Introduction
Introduction
provides a complete summary of the assignment content. Introduction
Introduction
provides a complete summary of the assignment content. Introduction
Introduction provides a basic summary of the assignment content. Introduction
Introduction and/ or conclusion does not adequately summarise the assignment content.