WHS risk management analysis.docx

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WHS risk management analysis Task 1 Procedures and policies to be followed: Selection and recruitment policy: ensure that the best personnel are employed. These people will ensure the culture, values and goals of WHS are followed. Training procedure: no discrimination while training the employees. Consultation criteria: ensure employees are consulted when any safety systems are to be implemented. Proper consultation strategies are to be put in place. WHSMS policy: provide risk evaluation assessments, conduct surveys to identify hazards and also ensure full control of these hazards. Record keeping policy: Proper record keeping and ensuring records are easy to retrieve. These policy will also ensure there is confidentiality, privacy and adequate security to documents. Amendments and adaptions for the policies There will be a transparent, professional, timely selection and recruitment of employees. The process of recruitment will be highly scrutinized to ensure there is no discrimination of people. Safety representatives of WHS systems must be selected to represent the workers in the organization. Workers in the organization must be consulted to explain how safety or health issues are going on in the organization. In case of reasonable problems from the workers about their health or safety matters, then they should be offered the right to stop operating since their health is the utmost concern. Inspectors should be appointed, so that in case a dispute arises regarding a certain operation on WHS systems the party affected will be assisted. Appointing of professionals or experts in the safety department should also be a top most task by the company. These people will act as inspectors capable of identifying and preventing hazardous events. They should be issued with company identity cards with their names and roles for easier identification. Roles, Responsibilities and accountabilities The table below will help in classifying the different roles of all the people in the organization. Role Responsibilities Accountabilities Senior managers Ensuring all the policies and procedures in the organization are implemented effectively and aid the senior supervisors Chief Executive Officer
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in executing operations as well as evaluating their operations Store managers Ensuring all the policies and procedures effected comply with the area conduct. This will be done by supervising and offering adequate training to the employees. Provide employee consultation with regard to their health and safety conditions. COO Employees Abide with the policies and procedures in WHS that will ensure they have the best safety conditions. managers Contractors Comply with the procedures of the organization as well as ensuring proper health and safety measures are put in place.
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  • Fall '16
  • Mr. George
  • Management, senior manager

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