Role play: As a group, you will need to work together to complete the following for your workplace or a simulated environment. 1. Conduct a workplace WHS inspection/Hazard identification assessment 2. Conduct a workplace risk assessment 3. Follow workplace procedures for a simulated emergency situation (this will mean participating in a mock evacuation/emergency situation) You will also need to meet, discuss and document ways in which you can demonstrate your ability to consistently apply workplace safety procedures in the following day-to- day workplace activities required in your job role including: 4. Infection control 5. Hazardous manual tasks 6. Use of personal protective equipment 7. Reporting incidents During your observation assessment you will need to discuss with your trainer/assessor how legislation affects the way you work including: 8. How legislation guides infection control procedures 9. Manual handling tasks 10. Your rights and responsibilities as a worker 11. Your duty of care to clients Please outline the legislation that guides each one.
Developed by Enhance Your Future Pty Ltd 9 HLTWHS002 Follow safe work practices for direct client care Version 1.1 Course code and name WRITTEN/VERBAL QUESTIONS The following questions may be answered verbally with your assessor or you may write down your answers. Please discuss this with your assessor before you commence. Short Answers are required which is approximately 4 typed lines = 50 words, or 5 lines of handwritten text. Your assessor will take down dot points as a minimum if you choose to answer them verbally. Answer the following questions either verbally with your assessor or in writing. 1.How can you follow safe work practices for direct client care? 2.What should you do if you identify any hazards, risks or client-related risk factors in the workplace? 3.List four ways you can minimise the risks of manual handling activity. 4.What is the correct technique for lifting? 5.Describe and discuss the hierarchy of control. 6.How can you follow safe work practices for infection control? 7.What is the procedure for “after exposure”to blood or other body substances? 8.What are the infection control standard precautions you should always follow? 9.How can you contribute to safe work practices in the workplace? 10.How can you remain current with the information required for safety in the workplace? 11.Reflect on your own safe work practices then answer the following questions: a.How can you maintain your knowledge on current safe work practices? b.What levels of stress do you have and what would you do to reduce these stress levels? c.Who could you set up debriefing sessions with to address your needs?
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