What is coaching qualities of a successful mentor

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What is coaching?
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Qualities of a successful mentor
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Formal versus informal mentoring
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Activity 3C
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Implement and monitor organisational procedures for providing WHS training 3.4 Identify and report to management the costs associated with providing training for work team, for inclusion in financial and management plans
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Indirect costs can include: Loss of time Interruption to work due to idle time Loss of quality service output Absenteeism due to employees feeling unsafe in the workplace Absenteeism due to stress Overhead costs if production is halted or ceased Counselling costs if accidents cause trauma to employees or witnesses Loss of production Investigative costs Clean up of accident areas
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Learning Task Seven
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Activity 3D
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Implement and monitor organisational procedures and legal requirements for identifying hazards and assessing and controlling risks 4.1 Identify and report on hazards in work area according to WHS policies and procedures and WHS legislative and regulatory requirements 4.2 Promptly action team member hazard reports according to organisational procedures and WHS legislative and regulatory requirements
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Reporting on accidents, incidents and near misses Organisations will usually have procedures in place Part of the continuous improvement process Management should also ensure that organisations are maintaining this level of commitment This makes the workplace a safe and healthy one for its workers.
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Advising staf of changes Ways to advise staf on changes include: Company face-to-face meetings Emails Blogs Newsletters Posters in lunch rooms or common areas Tele-conference or video conference
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Manager responsibilities Conducting regular inspections of the work areas Conducting regular inspections of the work areas Ensure all staff members are properly trained Ensure all staff members are properly trained Encourage staff to report any incidents/issues of concern Encourage staff to report any incidents/issues of concern Investigate areas of concern immediately Investigate areas of concern immediately Keep accurate records of incidents, accidents, near misses Keep accurate records of incidents, accidents, near misses Provide a safe working environment Provide a safe working environment
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Learning Task Eight
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Activity 4A
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Implement and monitor organisational procedures and legal requirements for identifying hazards and assessing and controlling risks 4.3 Implement procedures to control risks using the hierarchy of control, according to organisational and WHS legislative requirements
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Risk assessments A risk assessment can be carried out if: New equipment or technology is introduced to the company An accident, incident or near miss occurs New staff are using equipment they are not yet very familiar with Existing technology develops Staff members complain.
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Risk Matrix Likelihood Threat Level High Medium High Catastrophic Medium Low Medium High Low Low Low Medium Low Medium High Impact
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Implement and monitor organisational procedures and legal requirements for identifying hazards and assessing and controlling risks 4.4 Identify and report inadequacies in existing risk controls according to hierarchy of control and WHS legislative requirements 4.5 Monitor outcomes of reports on inadequacies, where appropriate, to ensure a prompt organisational response
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Develop a risk control plan Some of the key factors in assessing the degree of risk of a hazard include:
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  • Solomon
  • Management, WHS Plans,  Duty, Slippery

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