The information that is recorded Time allocation for the storage of records

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- The information that is recorded - Time allocation for the storage of records - Requirements for the disposal of information - The form of information recorded - There may be other regulations, depending on your workplace or organisation. Task 1.14 (KE) Identify relevant legislation and codes of practice that you have to follow relating to workplace information? Privacy legislation WHS legislation Anti-discrimination legislation Privacy ACT 1998 OAIC- Office of the Australian Information Commissioner 11 | P a g e BSBINM301 , Version 1.0 – July 2016
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Assessment Two –Workplace Scenario Scenario One Use your own workplace if you work or research an organisation of your choice to complete this task. Task 2.1 Answer the following questions based the given scenario 1 in one more sentences (PC1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4) Task 2.1.1 Describe three types of information the organisation collects? Personal information, age, address, contact Number etc ... Bank information. Internal information as a code for access to restricted areas. Task 2.1.2 Who is responsible for collecting this information? People who are authorized to have access to such information as; Human resources area Supervisors Managers Task 2.1.3 How is this information accessed and stored? Database. Staff history. Employer records. Electronic system. Computer files. Task 2.1.4 How often is the organisation’s information reviewed for currency, accuracy and relevance? In semester periods constant upload daily update Task 2.1.5 How is this information assessed for clarity, accuracy, currency and relevance? The quality of being clear or easy to see or understand. The quality of being correct or precise. The time that something is up to date. 12 | P a g e BSBINM301 , Version 1.0 – July 2016
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Task 2.1.6 Describe the types of communication skills people need when collecting information and how they can use them effectively in this organisation? Consultation, Consultation methods, techniques and protocols. The company has our personal information in other cases of the customers. Using appropriate body language, Keep an upright, confident posture. Task 2.1.7 Explain in one-sentence to describe what you do when accessing information to ensure you follow: a) Ethical principles and codes of conduct If you find something that does not belong to you for example you need to leave it in the lost and found department. b) Privacy legislation We only provide information following the procedure and hierarchy of the company. c) WHS legislation Where I work we have to wear protective material such as gloves and eyeglass. we have to test the products to ensure the correct quality and use. d) Anti-discrimination legislation My co-workers are not of the same nationality as mine and everyone respects the culture of each one. Task 2.2 Answer the following questions based the given scenario 2 in one more sentences (PC 2.1,2.2,2.3,2.4,2.5,3.1,3.2,3.3,3.4) Scenario 2 Slide done Assume that you are working as an office assistant for a company. Assume that manager has asked you to collect information from a new printing company about printing costs for your organisation’s hard copy of Annual reports. You are required to conduct a research and
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