Initial Priority Level The urgency in which a risk should be treated Document

Initial priority level the urgency in which a risk

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Initial Priority Level – The urgency in which a risk should be treatedDocument these in the Risk Register7.Submit the completed Risk Registerto your Assessor, via email, on or before thespecified due date. . Assessment 2. Version: 1.0– [03 - March - 2020] – Published
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Task 5 – Communicate to Work Team on Training Options and Actions taken to Address Hazards and Risks 1. After completion of the above assessment tasks, you must communicate your findings to the Work using the email template found in appendix 4 of this assessment document. The email should contain the following information: -Summary of your findings on the hazards and risks identified in the Bounce Fitness workplace -Actions taken to address the risks -Training available to all staff and how they can access it -The availability of coaching and mentoring for all staff in relation to WHS policies, procedures and programs Assessment 2. Version: 1.0– [03 - March - 2020] – Published
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Safety Induction Pack Completed by: Joimy Bantilan Organisation: Date Completed: Appendix 1 – Safety Induction Pack Template Introduction What is work health and safety? Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) is the discipline concerned with protecting the health and safety of all stakeholders in the workplace from exposure to hazards and risks resulting from work activities. Why is work health and safety important? Health and Safety is important because it protects the wellbeing of employers, visitors and customers. Looking after Health and Safety makes good business sense. Workplaces which neglect health and safety risk prosecution, may lose staff, and may increase costs and reduce profitability. Work Health and Safety Relevant WHS Act in the workplace State/Territory The principal OSH law in Western Australia consists of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984, supported by the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996. Assessment 2. Version: 1.0– [03 - March - 2020] – Published
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At least two (2) WHS duties of the employer or PCBU 1. Monitor Conditions at the workplace under the management and control 2. Give employees information about the workplace health and safety [ CITATION wor20 \l 3081 ] At least two (2) WHS duties of the employee or worker 1. Should comply with instructions, policy and procedures given by the employer. 2. Workers should take reasonable care for their own health and safety [ CITATION saf20 \l 3081 ] WHS Regulations Relevant WHS Regulations in the workplace State/Territory The principal OSH law in Western Australia consists of the Occupational Safety and Health Act 1984, supported by the Occupational Safety and Health Regulations 1996. At least two (2) requirements on the consultation and participation of workers Work safely and follow instructions Use personal protective equipment in the way you were trained and instructed to use it. [ CITATION saf20 \l 3081 ] At least two (2) requirements for general risk and workplace management Developing business management goals and objectives that will ensure growth and prosperity of the company.
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