direct action resultant from event incident organisational learning andor to

Direct action resultant from event incident

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direct action resultant from event (incident), organisational learning, and/or to redress the inadequacy of a system or subsystem such as delays in introducing management information, incident or performance management systems. Manager Means Defence personnel or contractors, who direct a range of human and physical resources and their associated financial responsibilities to achieve corporate objectives. A manager may be a first-level supervisor or performs the role of a first-level supervisor where they have immediate subordinates, as well as the role of a second-level supervisor where they have Defence personnel supervised by those subordinates. Mental health Mental health includes our emotional, psychological and social well being. It effects how we think, feel and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others and make choices. Mental illness A health problem that significantly affects how a person feels, thinks, behaves and interacts with other people. The term mental health problem and mental disorder have a similar meaning. Notifiable event Is defined by the regulator and is required under legislation to be reported to Comcare and/or Australian Radiation Protection and Nuclear Safety Agency. Notifiable events include fatality, serious injury or illness; dangerous incident and are detailed in Work Health and Safety Act 2011, Part 3 - Incident notification (Annex E). Officers The Work Health and Safety Act 2011 defines an officer of the Commonwealth to be a person who makes, or participates in making,
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Glossary of Work Health and Safety Terms 7 UNCONTROLLED IF PRINTED decisions that affect the whole, or a substantial part, of a business or undertaking of the Commonwealth is taken to be an officer of the Commonwealth for the purposes of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011.A Minister of a State or the Commonwealth is not in that capacity, an officer for the purposes of the Work Health and Safety Act 2011. Orders, Instructions and Publications These are a primary mechanism for documenting and communicating hazards and controls across defence. Orders, instructions and publications are sometimes referred to as standard operating procedures, bench level instructions and safe work method statements. They are a suit of advisory, informative, procedural, directing and mandating documents that support Defence policy. Outsourced service provider Defence has made a decision that the function is to be performed by an external service provider on a long term or permanent basis. It involves skills or expertise that are not required to be maintained by APS or ADF in Defence. Performance of the services is left largely up to the discretion and professional expertise of the provider. Typically, service standards or performance indicators are agreed as part of the contracting process and monitored periodically. The resulting output is produced for Defence as a customer. Remuneration is paid when milestones are reached or a task is
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