Identifying and assessing risks to health and safety

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Identifying and assessing risks to health and safety; deciding ways to eliminate or minimize those risks; deciding on the adequacy of facilities for worker welfare; Proposing changes that may affect the health and safety of workers; When deciding on procedures for: Consulting with workers. S NYS Q30 Develop an action plan for implementing a training on fire safety. Address what needs to be done, how, by whom, when and include any potential barriers . 1. Workers avoid overloading circuits every working times; 2. Workers should turn off non-essential electrical equipment at the end of each workday; 3. Workers keep storage areas, work areas, pathways, corridors, substations, and boiler rooms clear of rubbish; 4. Workers only conduct cutting and welding operations after obtaining necessary permits by authorized personnel, and perform in designated well ventilated and protected areas; 5. Workers should immediately report hazards to superiors; 6. Know the factory fire safety management plan and evacuation procedures; 7. Ensure hazardous materials are properly stored and protected 8. Workers maintain the regular exercise evacuation drills 9. Establish and maintain a communication link with DFSCD 10. All workers should know the proper type and use of fire extinguishers /var/filecabinet/temp/converter_assets/ed/01/ed015233fd59039db05c0784aff48247346080fb.doc Author SR Next Review : Nov 2021 © Australlian Proffesional Skills Institute Page 11 of 22
Australian Professional Skills Institute HLTWHS004 Manage work health and safety Assessment V2 S NYS Q31 Explain the process of monitoring achievements against a set plan. 1.Monitoring and evaluation (M&E) are critical to ensure the long-term success of against a set plan and actions. It can help to demonstrate accountability to stakeholders and communities. 2.Monitoring, evaluation and review design is critical to ensure that information is used to inform decision-making, make appropriate adjustments, and report to stakeholders and decision-makers. Without a clear link between monitoring and decision-making, there is a risk that monitoring activities and resources will be seen as a drain on resources and discontinued. 3.Trigger points can be identified and monitored and, when reached, can stimulate the implementation of the next action in a sequence. In identifying trigger levels for the response, it is important to consider the time required for the decision to be made and implemented. This should include acknowledging the time that may be required for effective stakeholder engagement, or for any detailed investigation, design and development of actions that may be required. 4.Evaluation helps you to learn from what you have planned and what has been done. It helps with considering what changes need to be made to your planning approach, your plan and associated activities to get adaptation outcomes.

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