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<1 mark for stating your response to maintain currency and 1 mark for explanation with relevancy action plan and consultative meeting. Total of 2 marks> 3 Marks a. Take the necessary steps to adjusted WHS practices and action plans to eliminate or minimize the health and safety risks following established controls. As a manager to identify hazards, assess risks and control risks. Via regularly check that the implemented control measures are effective through: - Meetings and worker feedback - Inspections, observations and walkthroughs - Checklists and audits HM_WHS & Regulations, Assessment Task II_v2.1 Page 42 of 50 Last Updated 02/05/2020
- Independent reviews -Technology such as monitoring alarms The manager or supervisor has monitoring compliance and, when required, enforcing compliance, is to ensure duty holders comply with their obligations. I believed that will effectively impact the compliance of WHS legislations after regular review staff feedback and engage staff to identify areas of improvement. b. The purpose of this implementation plan is to establish and maintain an effective health and safety management system. Remove or reduce the risks to the health, safety and welfare of all workers and visitors, and anyone else who may be affected by our business operations, etc. - Monitoring procedures would need to be established to ensure hazards are controlled at CCP's. Such monitoring activity may involve temperature checks, visual inspection and time recording. - Implement, training all the staff to comply with and informed via email then having a meeting about it. END OF ASSESSMENT HM_WHS & Regulations, Assessment Task II_v2.1 Page 43 of 50 Last Updated 02/05/2020
Appendix 1 Task 1B – Sample of External Mandatory Government Report Form WorkSafe NSW Accident Report form. Register of injuries / illness report form Employers are required to keep a register of injuries that is readily accessible in the workplace ( Under Section 63 of the Workplace Injury Management and Workers Compensation Act 1998 ). The manager of any mine or quarry, or the occupier of any factory, workshop, office or shop is responsible for this register of injuries. Requirements of injury and illness registration Employers must keep a Register of Injuries at each workplace for workers to record any workplace injury or illness The register of injuries may be kept in electronic form only if the employer provides education, training and facilities to ensure that workers are able to access the register. An injured worker (or someone acting on their behalf) must notify the employer in writing, or verbally, of any work-related injury or illness as soon as possible after an injury has happened Employers need to provide written confirmation to the injured worker that they received notification of the injury or illness Employers need to provide a signed and dated copy of this entry to the injured or ill worker.

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