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BSB50215 - Diploma of Business
BSBWHS605 Develop, Implement and Maintain WHS Management Systems

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BSBWHS605 Develop, Implement and Maintain WHS Management Systems
Supporting: BSB50215 - Diploma of Business; May also support other qualifications based on respective packaging rules
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1. Assessment Plan
Assessments for this unit have been developed by taking into account assessment guidelines as provided in the training package and evidence requirements stipulated in this unit of competency. Assessment is an ongoing process of gathering evidence to determine what each student/learner knows, understands and can do in order to inform teaching and support learning of the intended curriculum.
The purposes of this assessment are;
? To collect evidences that demonstrate competency in the performance criteria of the unit and satisfy skill, knowledge and employability skills requirements
? To provide feedback to the learners/trainees indicating the areas of improvement and professional development
? To measure the effectiveness of the delivery plan and evaluate the learning outcomes The required assessment criteria are provided in each assessment task for learner’s information.
Assessment Method
Assessment in this unit is based on assessment and evidence guidelines provided in the unit of competency and the training package. The evidence is generated through summative assessment tasks. However, the role of Formative Tasks is crucial in developing the required skills and knowledge in completing the summative tasks. Formative tasks enable the trainers to evaluate their own delivery and adjust their facilitation based on the outcomes from these tasks. The role of formative assessments is to improve learning and adapt to student needs.
These tasks and activities usually take place throughout the unit and planned in accordance with the summative assessment plan/schedule. The formative tasks are generally referred to as “Portfolio” tasks. Portfolio is a collection of all the formative tasks completed during the learning sessions. The portfolio can be used by students as an evidence of participation or example of work completed as part of their learning.
Formative tasks are not assessed.
For summative tasks, the following assessment methods are available to collect the aforementioned evidence to demonstrate satisfactory performance in this unit;
? Written Assessment Tasks
? Practical/Analytical Tasks
? Test/Examinations
? Projects
? Observation
? Integrated Assessment
The Written Assessment Tasks and Tests have been developed to address various parts of Performance Criteria as well as Required Knowledge.
The Practical Tasks are developed to demonstrate competence in Required Skills. These assessment tasks and activities are mostly designed as in-class assessments, enabling the trainers to observe the work being undertaken and completed (i.e. demonstration of a specific/required skill). Practical tasks may also include use of online learning tools, equipment, activities, or use of software. Instructions for practical tasks are generally provided within the task description. However, trainers/assessor may set certain conditions for conducting and observing these tasks.
The Project (Individual or Group based) addresses various aspects of competency standard including Performance Criteria, Required Skills and Employability Skills. The role of the project in assessment strategy is to measure student/trainee competence as a form of Summative Assessment. It demonstrates the efficacy of instructions and learning in the prescribed delivery period by assessing the overall performance of the students/trainees for the purpose of grading/final results.
The Test/Exam is generally designed to test the Required Knowledge component of the unit of competency. It may also be used to reinforce learning and test specific aspects of other part of competency where knowledge of certain processes/procedures is required. A knowledge test may be verbal or written as specified in the task description. Examinations are conducted under set conditions.
Observation forms part of in-class activities, participation in designated group processes, presentation and provides an option where specific skills need to be demonstrated to the assessor.
Some of the assessments in this course may be used as Integrated Assessments; i.e. to use evidence created in one unit/task to determine competency in another unit/task. The concept behind the design of the integrated assessment is to limit repetitive tasks that test the same or similar competency elements in different units of competency.
Assessment can be both a formative and summative process. Formative assessment is used to provide feedback to students and teachers to promote further learning. Summative assessment contributes to the judgement of student learning for competency/award purposes.
Submission of Work
Material submitted for assessment—Word processed reports, essays, projects, etc. must contain student’s name, ID course name. Students are encouraged to name the files according to established procedure. This would typically include a course or unit code, assessment or submission code, and in the case of multiple files an alphanumeric identifier. Multiple files may also be required to be submitted within an enclosing folder (with similar, appropriate naming conventions) or archive format—e.g. zip or rar. Follow submission guidelines in each assessment task for specific instructions. Work submitted for “approval” within this context must demonstrate care and attention to detail, such that the student inspires confidence that the work is being undertaken competently.
Assessment Tasks and Schedule
# Assessment Task/Activity Type Assessment Method
1 WHS Case Study Analysis x3 Formative Written
2 Part A: Group Project: Design and Present a WHS Management System Summative Written
Part B: Group Project: Develop a WHSMS Action Plan Summative Written
3 Knowledge Test Summative Examination
These assessment tasks/activities have been described in detail in the following section. Task schedule to be advised by trainer/assessor based on the lesson and session plans.
Prescribed Text and Resources
Jensen P.L., Quinlan M., and Wilthagen T., 2000, Systematic Occupational Health and Safety Management, Emerald Group Publishing
Archer R., Borthwick K., Travers M., and Ruschena L., 2011, WHS: A Management Guide (3rd Ed.), Cengage Learning
Johnstone R., 2004, Occupational Health & Safety (2nd Ed.), Lawbook Co
Mol T., 2003, Productive Safety Management (1st Ed.), Taylor & Francis
Boyd C., 2003, Human Resource Management and Occupational Health and Safety, Routledge
Standards Australia International, 2001, AS/NZS 4801-2001 Occupational Health and Safety Management Systems: Specifications with Guidance for Use, SAI General Resources:
The Principles of Effective WHS Risk Management:
http://www.comcare.gov.au/forms__and__publications/publications/safety_and_prevention/?a=41363 WHS: Australia:
http://australia.gov.au/topics/health-and-safety/occupational-health-and-safety http://www.comcare.gov.au/laws__and__regulations/ohs_act,_regulations__and__code http://www.worksafe.vic.gov.au/wps/wcm/connect/wsinternet/WorkSafe
Assessment Task 1
Description:
Typically, in Victoria between 3 to 5 deaths and many more serious injuries are reported annually in circumstances where maintenance Workers have been crushed or caught between moving parts within machines and operating plants, many of which can be very large in size and therefore impact adversely of communication and determining the operational status of such plants. Under the WHS laws, employers have the responsibility to ensure that the workplace is safe for all the workers. To develop and test your knowledge of WHS legislation, you will be required to complete three (3) case studies relating to a range of incidents in the workplace in this assessment task.
As this assessment task is given as a formative assessment, the trainer/assessor may provide an opportunity for corrections/improvements as a feedback. Where corrections/improvements are required, the students will be allowed to resubmit their works for marking without any academic penalty. Only two such attempts will be allowed before a further assessment is made on specific learning needs of the learner.
Case 1: AAA Auscarts Imports Pty. Ltd
Auscarts Imports Pty Ltd operate a recreational go-karting business in Port Melbourne. As at 6 October 2006, barriers around the go-kart track consisted of a mixture of tyres either bolted together; some were left loose; or pushed hard-up against a concrete barrier. Some sections of the barrier exposed bare, unguarded concrete. Barriers should be able to quickly decelerate a go-kart with minimum damage to the driver and go-kart. Barriers constructed with tyres should be able to move and have some give when impact occurs. Tyres pushed hard-up against a concrete wall created a too ‘stiff’ barrier. Tyres not bound together can be ‘flicked’ onto the track if hit, or fly through the air, creating the risk of people and go-karts being hit or leaving areas of the track without a barrier. Employees were required to perform duties as track marshals, co-ordinate patrons and racing events and to “test drive” go-karts around the track located at the workplace. Patrons’ seatbelts are meant to be checked by track marshals but sometimes patrons were allowed to drive even if the seatbelt and harness did not fit adequately.
On 6 October 2006, a patron attending for a function arranged by her employer, died as a result of head injuries she sustained when the go-kart she was driving collided with a tyre barrier that surrounded the racing circuit. The barrier was positioned in front of a Besser block chicane and the tyres were pushed hard up against the wall. There have been approximately 7 other collision incidents that involved injuries, including lacerations to the throat, whiplash, bruising and leg injuries.
For this case study you are required to identify and explain;
? Factors that contributed to the incident
? Relevant standards, codes, regulations and what the actual requirements of those documents were for the situation described by the case study
? The actions you would put in place in the organisation to prevent the same type of incident from occurring in the future and to meet compliance requirements
Case 2: McCain Foods (Aust) Pty Ltd
McCain Foods (Aust) Pty Ltd manufactures frozen food products at 1059 Ring Road, Wendouree. On 27
February 2007, an employee maintenance fitter was performing maintenance on a Magnuson Brush Washing Machine. At the time the machine was not effectively isolated. There was general confusion between the maintenance staff regarding the functions of the various switches on this multiple-drive motor machine. There was no specific lockout procedure and the generic lockout procedures had not been followed. The employees involved had no specific training in any isolation procedures. The employees left thumb was amputated when the machine started whilst he was working on it.
For this case study, you are required to identify and explain;
? Factors that contributed to the incident
? Relevant standards, codes, regulations and what the actual requirements of those documents were for the situation described by the case study
? The actions you would put in place in the organisation to prevent the same type of incident from occurring in the future and to meet compliance requirements
Case 3: Australian Aluminium Shopfitters Pty Ltd
In January 2010, a high-rise apartment complex was being constructed at a site in Dorcas Street, South
Melbourne. Australian Aluminium Shopfitters Pty Ltd was engaged to undertake glazing works for the project. The company, in turn, engaged a third party to undertake the glazing at the Workplace. The third party’s three employees worked exclusively for AAS and were “deemed as their employees”. On 15 January 2010, one of the deemed employees used a cantilevered mobile device with a raised platform (“the chariot”), to access high points of the building under construction. The chariot was the accused’s plant. The deemed employee sustained fatal injuries when both he and the chariot fell seven storeys to the ground below. He was not using any fall protection.
For this case study, you are required to identify and explain;
? Factors that contributed to the incident
? Relevant standards, codes, regulations and what the actual requirements of those documents were for the situation described by the case study
? The actions you would put in place in the organisation to prevent the same type of incident from occurring in the future and to meet compliance requirements
Assessment Criteria
The following assessment criteria will be used for marking this assessment task. Ensure that you have addressed all of the criteria in your work.
? Analysed all the given case studies (3) and answered the given questions
? Answers are complete and within the scope of the given cases
? Answers collectively demonstrate knowledge of relevant WHS laws and regulations
? Completed the tasks in presence of an assessor during a designated assessment session
? Identified and described factors that contributed to respective incidents
? Correctly identified the applicable laws, regulations or guidelines in each of the cases
? Accurately referred the specific clause(s) of the law/regulations
? Defined the WHS requirements and responsibilities of respective employers/companies in enforcing the required laws/regulations
? Explained how each of the incidents could have been prevented
? Listed specific actions/steps that would have helped prevent the incidents
? Explained how the compliance requirements can be met in the future within the organisation
? The suggested solutions are in line with WHS legislative requirements and instruments
? Answers are concise, clear and neatly presented with headings and references
? Cited external sources using an appropriate referencing system
Submission Guidelines
This task must be prepared and submitted in a word-processed layout.
Submit:
? Case study analyses (x3)
Students should upload the assessment tasks on the MEGA Student Portal in the respective unit.
Assessment Task 2
Part A: Group Project: Design and Present a WHS Management System Description:
An Occupational Health and Safety Management System (WHSMS) is a coordinated and systematic approach to managing health and safety risks. WHSMSs help organisations to continually improve their safety performance and compliance to health and safety legislation and standards. In doing so, they establish safer working environments that protect people at work by eliminating, or better managing, health and safety hazards.
This assessment task is being given as a major group project that commences early in the term and progresses along with learning sessions. Groups should be formed early in the term and continue through to the end to maintain consistency and coherence. The group will prepare and present a WHS Management Plan for an organisation based on a previous WHS incident and/or a scenario. For the purpose of this task, you trainer/assessor will also play the role of senior executive and/or a WHS Representative.
Scenario:
Salad Fresh(Formally Mrs Crocket’s Kitchen) is the leading manufacturer of prepared salads, offering customers the convenience of either pre-washed, assembled salads and dressed salads all with various delightful flavours. Salad Fresh has broadened its product portfolio which now offers nationally recognised Mrs Crocket’s deli salads along with vegetable mixes, microwaveable vegetables, ready to roast vegetables and a variety of ready to heat and eat soups, mashes, risottos and pasta meals all ready to go.
Oh 5 May 2006, e I5 year old labour hire employee (introduced by his mother who worked for the employer) sustained a part amputation injury to his and first fingers of his left hand while working at Mrs Crockets Kitchen Pty Ltd (Now Salad Fresh). The employee had been working at Mrs Crocket’s Kitchen on the Onpack machine for one month.
At the time of the incident the employee was cleaning the pipe attached to a pump on the Onpack machine. The Onpack machine pumps pre-made food product from a hopper through a pump and Lengths of piping into bags that are sealed and packed for distribution. The make-up of product changes throughout the day and the Onpack machine needs to be cleaned between batches of differing product.
The cleaning process at the time of the incident involved flushing water through the Onpack machine until it runs out at the end, clear of produce. The pump outlet pipe is disconnected at a point 150mm from the pump and hosed clean. The pipe is 100mm in diameter. The injured worker had disconnected the pump outlet pipe before the pump was electrically isolated with a Spanner and while flushing out the pump outlet pipe noticed some product on the edge of the outlet that was not flushing away. He inserted his hand up into the pipe which came into Contact with the spinning impeller of the pump and one of his fingertips was amputated and the other was severely Lacerated. There was no guard restricting access to the impeller when the pipe was disconnected to protect fingers inserted into the outlet pipe white the pump was left “on”.
A documented safety procedure was supplied by the employer to WorkSafe dated 2002, but employees who were shown this document claimed they had not seen it before the accident. The employer does have a generic isolation Policy that was apparently not always followed when the Onpack machine was being cleaned. Access to the impeller was not possible when rhs pipes were connected for normal operation of the Onpack machine However, the outlet pipe was not guarded in any way to prevent bodily contact with a dangerous part of the machine when the piping was disconnected and pump was -on- during cleaning.
One witness stated that she was taught to turn the pump -off before the outlet pipe was disconnected from the feed pipe, another witness was told not to put her hand in the pipe. The role for isolating the Onpeck machine during cleaning was allocated to the shift supervisor. According to the injured worker he was not told or shown how to turn the pump off during cleaning. An inspector attended the site on the day of the incident. A Section 120(1) direction was given that the Onpack machine was not to be operated when the piping was disconnected. The inspector returned to the site on 8 May 2006 and after further enquiries issued an improvement notice to develop and document safe systems of work for cleaning the Onpack machine and to train employees in those systems.
At the time of the incident Mrs Crooket‘s Kitchen had an isolation policy which stated -where guards are required to be over ridden... to clear or clean equipment as part of normal operations, an approved work instruction and training is required to ensure employee safety. WorkSafe did not consider this to be a true isolation procedure, which requires power isolation.
Task:
Your group has been given the task to review the entire WHS practice at Salad Fresh and develop a brand new
WHS Management System for the organisation. Your WHSMS will incorporate;
? External, internal and workplace factors and motivators that influence the need to develop an
WHSMS
? WHS Policy, processes and management responsibility
? Relevant laws, standards, codes or guidelines as applicable
? Communication and consultation
? Strategic goals and objectives
? Purchasing and hiring guidelines (e.g. equipment safety check)
? Risk management
? Incident management and corrective action procedures
? Training needs and requirements for implementing the system
? Resources requirements for implementing the system
? Internal review and evaluation
Ensure that your WHSMS covers all the above elements. Although there is no fixed format, groups can use a template for guidance. The plan should be written as a formal corporate document with appropriate and suitable style and structure. All external sources should be cited using the Harvard Referencing System.
This is an extensive project and groups will need to maintain a high degree of efficiency, productivity, communication and documentation throughout the process. Groups will need to demonstrate collaborative work and consultations in the designated project time during the learning sessions. Any long absences, noncontribution from group members, procrastination or any other problems should be reported to the trainer/assessor at the earliest.
Assessment Criteria
The following assessment criteria will be used for marking this assessment task. Ensure that you have addressed all of the criteria in your work.
? The WHSMS coherently demonstrates organisation’s WHS structure, policies and resources within its framework
? Define responsibilities, authorities and who is accountable for all activities, personnel and positions which can have an effect on WHS
? External motivators for WHSMS are identified and described
? Internal and organisational motivators and factors are identified and described
? Explained how these motivators and factors impact upon OHMSMS design and development
? Developed a WHS policy and procedure that support systematic approaches to managing WHS within the organisation
? Policy is developed within the context of relevant legislations and regulations
? Applicable laws, regulations, guidelines, or codes are identified and accurately referred according to prevailing legislations
? WHSMS is developed taking an organisational view and incorporates relevant functional and operational areas within its framework
? Strategic objectives are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time bound
? WHSMS contains guidelines and standards for purchase/hire of new equipment
? Potential hazards and risks are identified and strategies are developed to mitigate the risks
? Risk management approach is adopted in analysis using a risk matrix consistent with common WHS practices
? Communication and consultation processes are established sharing relevant WHS information with employees and service providers in the supply chain
? WHSMS establishes procedures and allocates resources to identify and provide for the training needs of personnel
? Training programs cover WHS induction, task training, emergency procedures, WHS committee and WHS representative consultation training as well as ongoing training needs
? Inspection checklists and measures cover all the WHS risks known to be present and provide scope for identifying and managing new or previously unforeseen WHS risks
? Inspection and testing Plan specifies particulars of the inspection and test program, including hold/witness points, methods and acceptance criteria for WHS with processes and products
? Inspection and testing Plan specifies responsible persons and record requirements
? Incident management and corrective action procedures are developed to control the use of products and work practices
? Incident management and corrective action procedures appropriately address WHS issues through corrective action and injury management procedures
? Established procedures for planning and undertaking internal reviews (including audits) to verify that WHS processes and practice match the required plans and procedures
? Designed the evaluation protocol that help evaluate efficacy of the system and its components
Submission Guidelines
This task must be prepared and submitted in a word-processed layout.
Submit:
? WHS Management System document with attachment of all the ancillary document created
? A group statement signed by all the members specifying roles and responsibility to each member and work contribution
? Copies of relevant legislations (relevant parts/pages only)
Students should upload the assessment tasks on the MEGA Student Portal in the respective unit.
Part B: Group Project: Develop a WHSMS Action Plan Description:
An action or implementation plan describes a sequence of steps that must be taken, or activities that must be performed well, for a strategy to succeed. An action plan has three major elements; Specific tasks: what will be done and by whom; Time horizon: when will it be done; and Resource allocation: what specific funds are available for specific activities.
This assessment task is continuation of Part A, and must be completed within the same group arrangement as in Part B. Groups must be aware of the requirement of completion of these two tasks and plan their works accordingly. For the purpose of this task, you trainer/assessor will also play the role of senior executive and/or a WHS Representative.
Within the same group, develop an WHSMS Action Plan that outlines the process of determining how WHSMS will be implemented in sufficient detail for the organisation to make an informed decision about execution of the plan in the light of the risks and requirements involved. Your action plan will typically cover the following elements;
? Introduction o Context/Background o Goals and purpose o WHSMS description
? Management Overview o Implementation approach (e.g. phased or instant) o Contacts, roles and responsibilities o Major tasks, timelines and priorities o Implementation schedule
? Implementation Support o External consultation
o Facilities and resources
? Documentation
? Resources o Resources requirements o Staffing requirements o Training of implementation staff
? Monitoring and Evaluation o Information and data collection methods o Evaluation of data
o Reports and recommendations
The action plan should be written as a formal corporate document with appropriate and suitable style and structure. Although there is no fixed format, groups can use a template for guidance. All external sources should be cited using the Harvard Referencing System.
Assessment Criteria
The following assessment criteria will be used for marking this assessment task. Ensure that you have addressed all of the criteria in your work.
? The action plan is appropriate structured, coherent and written in a formal style reflecting a real-life approach
? The action plan is within the context of the WHSMS and defines its goals and purposes
? The action plan is developed with a view to support implementation of WHSMS and covers all the required elements
? Appropriate implementation approach is described to support implementation of the system
? Identified and allocated relevant roles and responsibilities of the implementation team
? Major project tasks are identified and prioritised based on the implementation schedule
? Tasks carry a defined timeline for completion and support the implementation schedule
? Implementation schedule identifies key steps and milestones over the complete implementation of the system
? Implementation support is described in teams of available resources and external consultation
? Identified situations where WHS specialists and technical advisors may be required
? Need for personnel to maintain the WHSMS is identified and justified through staffing requirements
? Identify and document training needs for the implementation of WHSMS within the organisation
? Identify and document resources necessary to implement and maintain implementation of WHSMS within the organisation
? Developed a monitoring procedure to ensure that the system approach is consistent with expected outcomes and standards
? Reporting mechanisms are developed and suggested to continuously report system performance to key stakeholders
? System evaluation procedures describe methods for collection of information and data
? Methods and techniques for evaluation of data includes the use of evaluation data for future use
Submission Guidelines
? WHSMS Action Plan
? A group statement signed by all the members specifying roles and responsibility to each member and work contribution
Students should upload the assessment tasks on the MEGA Student Portal in the respective unit.
Assessment Task 3: Knowledge Test
Description:
This is a closed book test and must be undertaken in presence of an assessor. All the questions must be answered.
Task to be attempted and completed under trainer supervision during the designated session time. Students need to share the screen with the trainer during the session.
Duration: 1 Hour
Q1. What is a WHS Management System (WHSMS)? What are its key elements?
Q2. What section of the WHS Act 2004 deals with general WHS duties on employers, the self-employed, employees, designers, manufacturers, suppliers and others? What does the code require a person to do?
Q3. Describe duties of employers to employees and contractors under the new WHS Act 2010.
Q4. A roof insulation worker slipped from a ladder and fell whilst working on a residential property. The worker pleaded two times for help from his supervisor, who did not call for an ambulance for at least an hour. The worker was eventually taken to hospital with a sore back, sunburnt eyes and dehydration. What sections of the WHS Act 2000 would have been breached in this scenario?
Q5. What does PPI stand for? Describe their use in assessment of WHS performance.
Q6. Describe the difference between common law and statutory law.
Q7. What are professional ethics? Describe the code of practice under which WHS code of Ethics is covered?
Q8. Briefly describe the concepts of causation, foreseeability, preventability.
Q9. Describe key characteristics of an effective meeting.
Q10. What is a professional liability?
Q11. Explain how organisational culture and behaviour impact upon WHS and WHS processes.
Q12. What are the benefits of a WHS Management Information System?
Assessment criteria
The following assessment criteria will be used for marking this assessment task. Ensure that you have addressed all of the criteria in your work.
? Test completed according to the given instructions
? All the questions are attempted and answered
? Answers are consistent with model answers
? Answers demonstrate the breadth of knowledge required in this task
Submission Guidelines
? Word file of Completed test paper
Students should upload the assessment tasks on the MEGA Student Portal in the respective unit.

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