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Subject Title Facilities Management
Subject Code MGT230
Assessment Title MGT 230 – Facilities Management, Assessment 3 Case Study Report
Learning Outcome/s (found in the Subject Outline) 1, 2, 3, 4 & 5
Assessment type (group or individual) Individual
Weighting % 50%
Word count 2,500 (+/- 10%)
Due day & date Sunday 29th November at 23.59
Class submission Lecture ? Tutorial ?
Submission type Paper copy ? Turnitin ?
Format / Layout of Report:
Assessment (details of what to include)
ICMS Cover Page
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Table of Contents ?
Executive Summary
Case Study Report ?
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Reference List
Appendix ?
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Assessment instructions Scenario:
You are the Facilities Manager for a large hotel located in the CBD of Sydney. You have received a report confirming that a guest staying at the hotel has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Your General Manager has requested that you prepare a detailed report identifying and evaluating the various processes, protocols and systems that could be utilised to control and prevent the potential spread of the virus to staff and other hotel guests.
The report is to be completed individually and should be 2,500 words long. You are required to make a range of informed decisions concerning the implementation of appropriate preventative strategies.
This will require the analysis and evaluation of anticipated circumstances in relation to a variety of hazardous situations.
The measures that could be implemented in providing a safe, healthy and secure environment should be based on knowledge acquired in relation to the Facilities Management and Workplace Health and Safety unit content.
The scope of the report should include:
1. Establish the Context – planning - the purpose, scope, who is involved, etc. Explaining the relevant wider context (the big picture)
2. Risk Identification: An assessment of the issues to health, the environment and organisational stability
3. Risk management: Assessing the consequences, mitigation, reporting and governance.
4. Controlling the Risk: How the adverse consequences of the hazard can be managed (controlled). (Systems and processes that could be accessed and utilised to curtail the spread of the virus).
5. Recommendations for Monitoring, Evaluation and Review. A concluding section which provides a critical analysis of the issue
The report is to be referenced in APA Style (both in-text and in the reference list. References in the list must be in text at least once) and formatted to the ICMS published standards and formats.
You are expected to demonstrate wide research in this report. Do not use internet sites that are not independent and authoritative. Do not use secondary internet sources or sites such as Wikipedia that only offer opinions not substantiated facts. Do not cite your lecture material.
The report has a weighting of 50% of the subject. It is due on or before 29th November Week 11 before midnight. An electronic copy must be submitted through Turnitin on or before the due date. No printed copy is required.
Readings for the assessment (instructions where they can be found e.g. MyAthens database,
Moodle etc.) Students are expected to locate their own source material for this report.
Grading Criteria / Rubric See detailed Grading Rubric below
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Criteria HIGH DISTINCTION DISTINCTION CREDIT PASS FAIL
Research of the topic
20 Marks * demonstrated and astutely applied comprehensive knowledge of the topic by establishing the context and impact of the issue * demonstrated and applied comprehensive knowledge of the topic by establishing the context and impact of the issue * demonstrated and applied knowledge of the topic by establishing some context and impact of the issue * demonstrated and partially applied knowledge of the topic by establishing minimal context and impact of the issue * wrote generally about the topic rather than interpreting it
D Demonstration and application of knowledge of the issue (Assessment of the issues)
20 Marks • identifying the key issues and implications
• explaining these in detail to reveal that you:
• read widely beyond the text and lecture notes
• made a judicious selection of relevant material can apply relevant theories or debates to the topic • identifying the key issues and implications
• explaining these in some detail to reveal that you:
• read beyond the text and lecture notes
• made a mostly judicious selection of relevant material
• are familiar with relevant theories or debates • identifying the key issues and implications
• explaining these to reveal that you:
• read beyond the text and lecture noted
• selected relevant material
• mentioned some
relevant theories or debates • identifying some of the key issues and implications
• partly explaining these to reveal that you: did some reading beyond the text and lecture notes
• selected some relevant material • fail to identify some of the key issues and implications
• minimal reading beyond the text and lecture notes
• did not selected relevant material
Understanding of Risk Management.
Risk assessment, Risk mitigation, Risk reporting and monitoring, Risk governance.
20 Marks
* presented material loosely related to the topic rather, and relied heavily on the text and/or lecture notes
o Insufficient Risk assessment: Assessment of consequences, mitigation, reporting and governance
Risk analysis with a thorough application of an excellent range of evidence
from relevant sources
o Outstanding Risk management.
Assessment of consequences, mitigation, reporting and governance Risk analysis with a very good application of a wide range of evidence from relevant sources
Very good Risk management: Assessment of consequences, mitigation, reporting and governance Risk analysis with a good application of a good range of evidence from relevant sources
o Good Risk assessment: Assessment of consequences, mitigation, reporting and governance
Risk analysis with a satisfactory application of evidence from some
relevant sources
o Basic Risk assessment: Assessment of consequences, mitigation, reporting and governance
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Controlling the risk:
Management of adverse consequences. (Utilised systems and processes)
30 Marks demonstrated and astutely applied comprehensive knowledge of the topic by applying all levels of risk control.
Provided 10 or more realistic strategies to control the spread of the virus demonstrated and
applied comprehensive knowledge of the topic by applying all levels of risk control.
Provided a minimum of 8 realistic strategies to control the spread of the virus demonstrated and
applied knowledge of the topic by establishing some levels of risk control.
Provided a minimum of 6 realistic strategies to control the spread of the virus demonstrated and partially applied knowledge of the topic by establishing minimal levels of risk control.
Provided a minimum of 4 realistic strategies to control the spread of the virus wrote generally about the topic
rather than applying all levels of risk control.
Provided less than 4 strategies and those were unrealistic to control the spread of the virus.
Communicate in academic writing:
• structure the report
• adhere to conventions of written English (word choice, grammar, punctuation and spelling)
• acknowledge sources and adhere to referencing conventions as per the ICMS Style Guide
• adhere to structural requirements & word limit
• persuasively and effectively communicated by: • effectively communicated by: • communicated by: • communicated by: • communicated by:
? logically structuring the content to create a concise and cohesive report ? structuring the content to create a mostly cohesive report
? expressing most ideas clearly and with some
fluency ? partially structuring the content into loosely linked rudimentary paragraphs
? presenting most ideas clearly ? partially structuring the content
? expressing your ideas clearly and fluently by skillful use of vocabulary
? presenting a balanced proportion of argument, analysis and evidence ? expressing your ideas clearly and mostly with fluency
? mostly presenting a balanced proportion of argument, analysis and evidence
? using formal academic language and dispassionate tone ? used occasional informal and/or emotive language
? consistently adhering to the conventions of English with few or no errors ? adhering to most of the conventions of English ? used some conventions of English
10 Marks
such that meaning had to be inferred by the reader
? acknowledging all sources throughout the essay ? acknowledging most sources throughout the report ? mentioning some sources
? accurately adhering to most of the required referencing conventions, in both the text and the reference list ? adhering to most of the required referencing conventions, in both the text and the reference list ? using own style of referencing or omitting references
? adhering to the word limit and presentation requirements ? adhering to the word limit and most presentation requirements ? adhering to some
presentation requirements
Comments and grade:
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