Item 13 Scattered boxes No estimated time Item 15 Wiring without protective

Item 13 scattered boxes no estimated time item 15

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Item 13 - Scattered boxes No estimated time Item 15 - Wiring without protective cable Repair request lodged with Maintenance provider. Will require 3 weeks to complete. The Incident Register is noted below and the total number of Incidents in the register is 4. INCIDENT REGISTER Ite m Issue Injury Sustained Locatio n Date Occur red Action Taken and By Whom Statu s 1 Student said he had back pain during class. Lower back pain Room 10 March 5 th . 1. Ice pack placed on lower back – WHS officer 2. Incident form completed No furth er actio n requir ed 2 Student got neck pain during class Minor irritation of neck Room 15 March 12 th . 1. Ice pack placed on neck – WHS officer 2. Incident form completed No furth er actio n requir ed 3 Staff burned his finger because of cigarettes in the wrong place. Finger burn Room 18 March 16th. 1. He's passed a burn ointment – WHS officer 2. Incident form completed No furth er actio n requir ed BSBWHS401 Student Assessment Workbook Page 17
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4 People falling because of the boxes around the room. Purple on the leg Room 18 April 5 th . 1. She's been given hematoma ointment – WHS officer 2. Incident form completed No furth er actio n requir ed The results in the hazard and incident register highlight the following issues: Here are listed some of the dangers in the school, remembering that it is a large number and that this school is relatively small. Also remembering that there are several pending dangers. As long as the students and staff have studied the WHS issues, it is already a big step forward for improvement. As a result of the above key issues, I recommend the following future actions: Always remember to leave the materials in place; Weekly have specific training for new risks; Always use the signs and safety signs; School leaders always encourage students to do the right things; And monthly have an external expert meet the priorities of the school. Regards, Daniela. Attach the copy of your email to the CEO to your Student Assessment Workbook. Dear team, I would like to thank you for having carried out this project in the school, where I could see the dangers it offers and still give training to the students and staff. After this training some actions will be implemented, being them: During the class the students will have a break of 5 minutes to relax the body; There will be WHS training for students; If the rules are not followed, students will be punished. I will be happy if you continue with the WHS project at school and always show students how important it is. Regards, Daniela. BSBWHS401 Student Assessment Workbook Page 18
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For Assessor Use Only Task Outcome Sheets The Outcome Sheet below is the assessment questions and tasks for each of the assessment events that the student is required to complete. Assessors, tick ‘S’ if the student achieved a satisfactory outcome for an assessment task and ‘NYS’ if the student does not meet these requirements. Also, you are required to write comments on the quality of this evidence under the ‘Comments’ column. For your judgement on the student’s overall performance, tick ‘Satisfactory’ if the student achieves a satisfactory outcome for all of the tasks or ‘Not-Yet- Satisfactory’. Assessment Event 1 – Knowledge Questions Assessment Event 1 Knowledge Questions S NY S Comments Question 1 Question 2 Question 3
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