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Assessment Task 1BSBMGT517 Manage operational planDevelop an operational planSubmission detailsCandidate’s nameShaun Cayzle A. Dela CruzPhone no.0406488280Assessor’s nameYoung-Lan DockoPhone no.Assessment siteQlearning.com.auAssessment date/sNovember 11, 2019Time/s9am-4pmThe assessment task is due on the date specified by your assessor. Any variations to thisarrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor.Submit this document with any required evidence attached. See specifications below fordetails.Performance objectiveYou will demonstrate skills and knowledge required to develop operational plans inconsultation with key stakeholders.Assessment descriptionIn response to a simulated business scenario, you will research resource requirementsand develop (or amend) an operational plan in consultation with relevant stakeholders. Asa part of the development of your plan, you will set performance indicators, plan forcontingencies, and obtain approval in accordance with organisational requirements.Procedure1.Read the BBQfun scenario information provided in Appendix 1 and the BBQfunsimulated business documentation provided by your assessor.I have read the BBQfun Scenario on Appendex 1.2.Write a brief summary of the BBQfun operational environment that includes:a.an outline of the legislative and regulatory context that is relevant toBBQfun’s operational plan(available on pages 2022)
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Assessment Task 1BSBMGT517 Manage operational plan© 2015 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd1stedition version: 1Page 2 of 19must protect costumer’s private details such as when they are usingtheircard for online payment with a purchase of products.-Competition and Consumer Act 2010 has a purpose to enhance thewelfare of Australians by promoting fair trading and competition, andthrough the provision of consumer protections. This act sets costumersrights to a replacement or refund for product. We should guarantee thatwe honor our consumer’s rights within our company.-Anti- Discrimination Act 1991 aims to protect people from unfairdiscrimination, sexual harassments and other objectionable conduct andprovides a means to bring a complaint and have it resolve. BBQfunembraces the diversity and promotes harmonious working environmentfor every employee.

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