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BSBSUS501 DEVELOP WORKPLACE POLICY AND PROCEDURES FOR SUSTAINABILITY Assessment 1 Template Part A: Planning sustainability report 1. The Environmental and social sustainability on this version to communicate the impact on critical sustainability issues. In order to define the content of the report and identified the material issues or aspects that reflect the environmental and social impact; or which substantially influence the assessment and decisions of stakeholders. The company identified these based on self-assessment of the impacts related to its activities, locations and managed. All employees must attend the induction day The new location if company must install the air conditioners a window All computer should install the latest operating system with windows 10 Using e-pay slip instead of paper Each employee need to use the e – permit to enter and leave the building Ensure the position of the employee is suitable Perform regular devices audit/inspection/upgrade Recycling resources 2. The following steps help to ensure that your workplace policies are successfully introduced and implemented in the workplace: STEP 1 Planning and consultation Involve staff in developing and implementing workplace policies to promote awareness, understanding, ownership and compliance. Staff involvement also helps to determine how and when the policies might apply, including possible scenarios. STEP 2 Research and define policy terms Research what a good policy looks like, see what other organisations are doing and use a variety of sources that acknowledge contemporary workplace issues. Be explicit. Define key terms used in the policy so that employees understand what is meant. The policy should explain what is acceptable and unacceptable behaviour in the workplace. You may wish to include specific examples to illustrate problem areas or unacceptable types of behaviours. Be clear about who the policy applies to. For example, does it only apply to employees of the company or to contractors and sub-contractors engaged to perform work on business premises? The policy may also need to contain information about what to do if it is not possible to follow the policy. For example, if you have a policy relating to punctuality, you may need to include a procedure outlining what to do if the employee is going to be late.
STEP 3 Draft policy Policies should be written in plain English and easily understood by all employees. Consider translating the policies into appropriate languages for employees whose first language is not English. Ensure all employees understand what the policies mean. Explain how to comply with the policies and the implications of not complying. Agree on a format to be used and seek comments and feedback. Review, revise and recirculate the policy on a regular basis.

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