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or injury’. The College has in place efficient, sensitive and supportive strategies for dealing with acritical incident and provides support to members of staff, students and others in the community whoare involved. If the incident is on the College premises, the first action will be to contact theemergency services - fire, ambulance or police – as would be the case with other WHS matters. TheManaging Director must also be contacted immediately when the incident involves death, seriousinjury or a threat to life or property. If the critical incident involves a student or staff member and is off-campus, the person receiving the information must immediately contact the Managing Director orperson nominated by him who will communicate with other staff as appropriate.All accidents and injuries must be reported to Student Services and entered in the Critical IncidentReporting and Investigation forms and Critical Incident Register. The aim of the reporting system is toprevent accidents from recurring by identifying the problem or hazard.Link to the risk management policy for the simulated workplaceAdditional research links on the case organisationYou are also encouraged to conduct further Internet research on the case organisation for specifictasks that may require review and analysis of existing organisational information. For example,organisational mission, vision and objectives can be identified from the organisational website andfrom the annual reports. The following are some links to the organisational information.Organisational website - Colleges and locations - Annual Reports - AAPOLY organisational policies - FAQs for potential students - Corporate Governance Statement and Principles - Student handbook - %20Handbook_VET.pdfLatest news on Academies --international-student-boom-.htmlWork Health & Safety and Risk Management, Assessment No.2 v2 Last updated on 19/07/2019 Page8
T-1.8.1_v3CONTEXT & SCENARIOYou have recently joined the case organisation (or the organisation of your choice) as the CorporateRisk Manager at the headquarters. You job role is to establish risk context, identify risks, analyserisks, and eventually select and implement risk treatments. You trainer will act as your supervisor forthis simulated assessment. You will be progressively completing tasks one after another within thesimulated environment (or your preferred business) to complete this assessment task.