The main needs of Australian Hardware with respect to the proposed system are

The main needs of australian hardware with respect to

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The main needs of Australian Hardware with respect to the proposed system, are: legal compliance across jurisdictions safest possible workplace conditions for workers objective: bring LTIFR and Injury Rate (IR) to 10% below national averages (Last year LTIFR = 13.9; IR = 2.0) integration with all other Australian Hardware management systems, operations and corporate culture advertise and demonstrate Australian Hardware commitment to WHS. It is now the end of the first year of implementation and you have data to determine the success of the program. You will need to analyse the data, plan improvements to the system, and plan any required training/induction. © 2015 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd 1 st edition version: 1 Page 7 of 15
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Assessment Task 3 BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplace Appendix 2:Australian Hardwarenational WHS data FAI First Aid Incidents MTI Medical Treatment Injury LTI Lost Time Injury NMI Near Miss Incident LTIFR Lost Time Injury Frequency Rate IR Incidence Rate Incide nt Date Role Description Action Location Regulat or notifica tion FAI 1 Jul2012 Customer service staff (new) Hurt back lifting lawn mower for customer. 10 missed days. Team leader initiated remedial training and coaching for employee. Wollongo ng N MTI 1 Jul 2012 Customer service staff (new) Fall from stacks of building supplies in warehouse; broken wrist. 1 day hospitalisation; 10 missed days. Team leader initiated safety action meeting. Sydney Y © 2015 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd 1 st edition version: 1 Page 8 of 15
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Assessment Task 3 BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplace Incide nt Date Role Description Action Location Regulat or notifica tion MTI 4 Jul 2012 Customer service staff (new) Chemical burns. 2 employees engaging in horseplay. Disciplinary action against 2 employees; team leader Team leader initiated safety action meeting: regulator notified six weeks after incident; team leader embarrassed by conduct of employees under supervision. Perth Y LTI 7 Aug 2012 Customer service staff (new) Depression. Leave of absence ongoing. No action recorded. Bendigo N NMI 14 Aug 2012 Customer service staff (new) Service staff dropped leaf blower narrowly missing other customer service staff; could have resulted in serious head injuries. No action recorded. Darwin N © 2015 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd 1 st edition version: 1 Page 9 of 15
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Assessment Task 3 BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplace Incide nt Date Role Description Action Location Regulat or notifica tion LTI 25 Aug 2012 Driver Suspected panic attack but possible heart attack; driver ceased work immediately before possible accident. Driver receiving counselling, medical examination; leave of absence 5 days. No action recorded. Bendigo N LTI 17 Aug 2012 Customer service staff (new) Staff member sore back from lifting:5 days’ leave. No actions recorded. Port Arthur N LTIFR 9 Sep 2012 Customer service staff (new) Staff member fall from lumber stacks. Sore back; 2 days’ leave. No actions recorded. Gold coast N FAI 10 Sep 2012 Customer service staff (new) Employee received minor cuts
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