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BSBWHS605Develop, implement and maintain WHSmanagement systemsSubmitted To: Basanta GhimireSubmitted By: Samanpreet kaurStudent ID: TS543Task1:Pitstop WHSMS1.Overview of Business:Pitstop is a privately owned company that until recentlyoperated one independent service station in Melbourne’s north. The owner, chairman andCEO, Jim Murphy, has run the company for the past five years. He has operated service
stations for most of the last 25 years and relies on his hands-on approach to monitor andinstruct staff on what to do.You have been employed by Pitstop as the General Manager –Retail. You have been asked to design and develop a WHS Management System(WHSMS) to manage WHS for Pitstop as one of your initial tasks2. a)Organisational requirements for WHS management:Pitstop has gone throughtremendous transformation. They need to design and develop a WHS management toensure a workplace that is safe and without risk to the health of their employees,customers, suppliers and visitors.In Australia, Safe Work Australia and Workplace Healthand Safety (WHS) authorities in each state or territory have responsibilities for enforcingWHS/OHS legislation (acts and regulations). As a business owner, you must meet theWHS requirements set out in the acts and regulations in your state or territory. You mayface penalties if you don’t meet them.Acts give a general overview of how to make workplaces safe and healthy. Theyoutline your legal responsibilities and duties as an employer and business owner.Regulations set out the standards you need to meet for specific hazards and risks, such asnoise, machinery, and manual handling. They also set out the licenses you need forspecific activities, the records you need to keep, and the reports you need to make.Regulating agencies(also known as regulators) administer health and safety laws.They’reresponsible for inspecting workplaces, providing advice and help, and handing out noticesand penalties where necessary.b) Responsibilities and accountabilities for WHS:To effective implement andmaintaining the WHS management system consultation regularly to the people involve isimportant. The personal that is responsible and accountabilities for WHS will be:Rolesresponsibilities and accountabilitiesISS•ISS is committed to providing a working en-vironment that is free from bullying.•ISS recognises that sexual harassment is aserious issue and is committed to providinga workplace free from sexual harassment.•ISS has a duty under WHS legislation toprovide a safe working environment and toprotect the health of all employees fromany illnessStore Managers•Monitor employees under supervi-sion.•Aid employees where required.•Coach/train employees.•Induct new employees.