It has been a particularly busy day in your store and you decide to conduct a hazard identification walk. You take the following notes:The front of the store around the checkouts is well maintained and tidy, however one of the checkout staff is rocking back and forth on their chair, due to an uneven surface. Aisle 6 has milk spilt on the floor, which would appear to be there for a period of time, as it has spread up and down the aisle. A box has been left unattended on top of a ladder, probably the result of a worker assisting a customer. The door leading to the administration offices, including the cash office has been left open.
12 ADDENDUM | © 2018 YOUNG RABBIT PTY LTD, AUSTRALIAN PACIFIC COLLEGE BSB41515 CERTIFICATE IV IN PROJECT MANAGEMENT PRACTICE and BSB41015 CERTIFICATE IV IN HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGE WHS OPERATIONS_V7.7 1. Complete the hazard identification and risk assessment template: (20 marks)HazardPossible Harmful EffectsRisk Factor – High, Medium, LowPossible Employer Action to Prevent Accident2. Explain your communication policy to provide specific, clear and accurate information & advice to staff in relation to the above hazards. (6 marks)3. Are there any inadequacies in the risk control process used above? (4 marks)4. How would you monitor outcomes of changes brought about because of inadequacies in the above process? (4 marks)Part B – Total Marks 34Part C – Written or Oral Questions1. What WHS records should be maintained according to WHS legislative requirements? (6 marks)2. What information from these records could be used to identify hazards and monitor risk control procedures? (4 marks)Part C – Total Marks 10Part D – Incident Form Completion
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