o If the student is found to be plagiarising or cheating again after conclusion

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o If the student is found to be plagiarising or cheating again after conclusion of the Intervention meeting with the Course Co-ordinator, the matter will be referred to the CEO / Operation Manager which may result in the suspension or cancellation of their enrolment o The RTO has intervention strategies, including student support services available to enable students to complete qualification in the expected time frame. Students at risk of not completing within this time frame are identified as early as possible and an intervention strategy is put in place. The RTO will ensure access to: automotive workplace or simulated workplace workplace procedures and instructions relating to safe work practices workplace safety and emergency evacuation procedures Written Assessment - AURASA002 © Aspen College Page 2 of 21
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AURASA002 Follow safe working practices in an automotive workplace hazardous chemicals and dangerous goods information safety materials and equipment relevant to an automotive workplace fire safety equipment documents for recording workplace safety, accidents and incidents. Evidence to be submitted by the student: - Completed written responses to the questions in the assessment task Assessment Decision Making Rules Your assessor will assess the evidence submitted for the following elements, performance criteria, performance evidence and knowledge evidence to confirm that the student evidence submitted demonstrates validity, sufficiency, authenticity and confirms current skills and knowledge relevant to the unit of competency. Your assessor will be looking for the following in this assessment task: - Identify and follow workplace safety procedures Identify and follow workplace emergency procedures basic aspects of relevant state or territory WHS or OHS legislation, including: o employer responsibilities for workplace practices o employee responsibilities to participate in WHS practices o employee responsibility to ensure own work practices protect the safety of self, other workers and other people in the workplace o purpose and structure of WHS or OHS workplace committees, including roles of workplace personnel personal safety in an automotive workplace, including: o hearing protection o skin protection o protective clothing o protective footwear o eye protection manual handling, including: o storing items o planning the lift o using correct lifting techniques and equipment workplace practices, including: o housekeeping o observing personal hygiene o identifying slip hazards and trip hazards o meaning of WHS or OHS symbols and signs machine and equipment safety, including: o using compressed air o using machine guards electrical tools, including: o checking before use o faulty equipment tagging and isolation procedures o dangers of using electrical tools around water vehicle lifting equipment, including: o using jacks and stands o using hoists o safe working load (SWL) of jacks and hoists vehicle safety, including: o engine moving parts o
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