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TASK 2: Case Study Analysis (800 words)
Write a concise review of the WHS issues raised in our assessment Case Study: When WHS training, supervision and communication fail. Your review must include the following:
• A brief overview of the organisational responsibilities for managing WHS under current legislation.
• Your analysis of the Duty of Care of stakeholders and PCBUs (State Government Public Works Department, External Contracting Company, Supervisors and Employees) and how the State Government failed to manage the general WHS risks in contracted public works before the incident.
• Your views on whether in this case Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) or Toolbox Talks could have prevented the accident (or not)
• Your assessment of which of the changes introduced by the Department of Public Works will have the most impact on WHS and which will be more or less adding to the bureaucracy and unproductive paperwork

You must submit this case study analysis in LMS at the end of Session 3. Your Name _M2 EAW1 _WHS Case Study Report
Please address the assessment criteria listed below:
Task 2: Case Study Analysis (800 words) - ASSESSMENT CRITERIA
Provide information to the work team about WHS policies and procedures The reviewer outlines the broad organisational responsibilities for managing WHS (including WHS training, identification of hazards, assessing and controlling risks, as well as the legal requirement to implement policies and monitor procedures.
Stakeholders’ Duty of Care
The reviewer clearly identifies the main elements of the Duty of Care under the WHS Act, as well as the responsibilities of a PCBU (Person Conducting a Business or Undertaking).
This includes a discussion of how the failures could have been avoided and what procedures should be in place to avoid a re-occurrence of any such critical incidents
Impact of SWMS and Toolbox talks on WHS The reviewer describes the function of SWMS (Safe Work Methods Statement) and Tool Box talks in maintaining WHS on the work site. The reviewer also considers their potential effect on the outcome of this Case Study, based on the evidence provided (e.g. could the deaths have been prevented with effective SWMS or Toolbox talks?)
Likely effect of Changes made on WHS in future The reviewer identifies the range of changes implemented by the State Department of Public Works following the critical incident and evaluates the relative cost and ‘practicability’ of these changes. The reviewer also predicts which changes will have the greatest impact on Workplace Health & Safety and which have the potential to fail due to bureaucratic ‘overkill’ or excessive paperwork