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• risk owners providing a report on the status of their assigned risk to the committee (see below) • the risk manager reporting on reviews of the risk register following a Structured Risk Identification Workshop each year, or any review of the risk register by the Executive. The risk owner’s reports to the committee should outline that the risk controls are to indicate: • causes of the risk • implication of the risk with amendment to existing controls (if they exist) • what any existing mitigating controls are • what actions are being undertaken to put further controls in place, or maintain existing controls, and by when • who is responsible for ensuring the controls are in place.
Assessment Task 2BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplaceWHS record keeping policy and procedure Purpose Australian Hardware seeks to access and manage its records effectively, and is obliged to create, maintain, preserve and dispose of records to comply with legislation and codes protecting public records, privacy and evidence.Scope • All employees in Australian Hardware • All records created Policy A full and accurate record of activities of the Australian Hardware will be created,captured and maintained in systems with appropriate recordkeeping functionalityand controls.Responsibility Board of directors is responsible for ensuring that Australian Hardware complies with legislative requirements for recordkeeping. All managers and supervisors are responsible for monitoring staff under their supervision to ensure that they understand and comply with records management policies and procedures. Managers and supervisors are also responsible for fostering and supporting a culture within their workgroup that promotes good recordkeeping practices. All members of staff are required to create, capture and appropriately manage records relating to their work, regardless of the format of the records and including records of decisions made and actions taken.Records will be maintained (stored and preserved) in conditions suitable to the length of time they need to be kept and made available for use. This applies regardless of the format of the records or the media they are stored on.Records and archives will be made available within the constraints of security, confidentiality, privacy and archival access conditions.Records must only be destroyed in accordance with disposal policies, procedures and guidelines issued or approved by the University Archivist. Records must not be destroyed if they are required, or are reasonably likely to be required in current or future litigation.Records to be retained permanently are to be transferred to the University Archives for long term preservation and access.
Assessment Task 2BSBWHS501 Ensure a safe workplaceAll systems for recordkeeping (technology and work practices) must enable essential recordkeeping functions:Risk register procedure The Risk Register is to be maintained by the Risk Manager, and reviewed by the Risk Register Committee who are to undertake reviews (on a quarterly basis) of its content.