Training recommended in manual lifting Geelong N MTI 11 Jan201 3 Customer

Training recommended in manual lifting geelong n mti

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Training recommended in manual lifting. Geelong N MTI 11 Jan201 3 Customer service staff (new) Customer service staff member severs finger demonstrating bandsaw; Ambulance called. 1 day required hospitalisation. Training and SAM recommended. Regulator not informed for several weeks due to confusion as to who is responsible for notification. Ballina Y LTI 6 Mar201 3 Customer service staff (new) Slipped and fell while carrying boxes; 2 days’ absence. Training recommended in manual lifting. Port Fairy N © 2015 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd 1 st edition version: 1 Page 13 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 FAI 1 Apr 2013 Customer service staff (new) Fell while carrying boxes. Minor cuts treated. Training recommended in manual lifting. Freemant le N LTI 2 Apr 2013 Customer service staff (new) Slipped while stacking outdoor furniture; 2 days’ absence. Training recommended in manual lifting Bundaber g N LTI 4 May 2013 Customer service staff (new) Slipped and fell while carrying boxes; 2 days’ absence. Training recommended in manual lifting. Canberra N NMI 15 May 2013 Customer service staff (new) Customer nearly injured by lawn mower during demonstration. No action taken or recorded. Malvern N LTIFR 27 May 2013 Customer service staff (new) Slipped on unknown substance. 1 day’s absence. No actions recorded. Perth N © 2015 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd 1 st edition version: 1 Page 14 of 15
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Assessment Task 3 BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplace National LITFR and IR statistics: National LITFR=11.3 / Australian Hardware target =9 National IR=1.5 /Australian Hardware target = 1.5 National manager summary of comments: Workers, particularly new retail workers, are unfamiliar with working in retail/warehouse environment. Workers as well as those in supervisory positions would benefit from basic safety awareness/reporting training. All training/induction would need to be based on national standards and legislation as much as possible. Training/induction should focus on areas of high incidence rates. © 2015 Innovation and Business Industry Skills Council Ltd 1 st edition version: 1 Page 15 of 15
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