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Case 3: Australian Aluminium Shopfitters Pty LtdIn January 2010, a high‐rise apartment complex was being constructed at a site in Dorcas Street, SouthMelbourne. Australian Aluminium Shopfitters Pty Ltd was engaged to undertake glazing works for the project.The company, in turn, engaged a third party to undertake the glazing at the Workplace. The third party’s threeemployees worked exclusively for AAS and were “deemed as their employees”.On 15 January 2010, one of the deemed employees used a cantilevered mobile device with a raised platform(“the chariot”), to access high points of the building under construction. The chariot was the accused’s plant.The deemed employee sustained fatal injuries when both he and the chariot fell seven storeys to the groundbelow. He was not using any fall protection.For this case study, you are required to identify and explain;
BSB61015 | BSBWHS605 Develop, Implement and Maintain WHS Management Systems Learner’s Guide | V 3.0 | Jun 2018 Pass Global Pty Ltd t/a ALTEC College |Provider Code: 22034 | CRICOS Code: 02926D Approved by: Quality Manager | Next Review: Dec 2018Page 24of 41
Assessment CriteriaThe following assessment criteria will be used for marking this assessment task. Ensure that you haveaddressed all of the criteria in your work.Analysed all the given case studies (3) and answered the given questionsAnswers are complete and within the scope of the given casesAnswers collectively demonstrate knowledge of relevant WHS laws and regulationsCompleted the tasks in presence of an assessor during a designated assessment sessionIdentified and described factors that contributed to respective incidentsCorrectly identified the applicable laws, regulations or guidelines in each of the casesAccurately referred the specific clause(s) of the law/regulationsDefined the WHS requirements and responsibilities of respective employers/companies in enforcingthe required laws/regulationsExplained how each of the incidents could have been preventedListed specific actions/steps that would have helped prevent the incidentsExplained how the compliance requirements can be met in the future within the organisationThe suggested solutions are in line with WHS legislative requirements and instrumentsAnswers are concise, clear and neatly presented with headings and referencesCited external sources using an appropriate referencing systemSubmission Guidelines

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