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BSBWHS211 Contribute to health and safety of self and others (Core)

Work in a manner that is healthy and safe in relation to self and others and to respond to emergency incidents by following work health and safety (WHS) and emergency procedures and instructions, implementing WHS requirements and participating in WHS consultative processes. Carry out work in a defined context under direct supervision or with some individual responsibility, in a range of industry and workplace contexts.

Improving safety outcomes in remote Arnhem Land



Hazards and risks



Personal Protective Equipment



ICT Health and Safety



Office Ergonomics



Healthy Ergonomic Workstation



Elements and Performance Criteria

1. Operate safely in own work environment
1.1 Identify organisational WHS policies and procedures that apply to own work setting
1.2 Carry out work tasks according to WHS instructions
1.3 Carry out pre-start systems and equipment checks under supervision and according to organisational policies and procedures
1.4 Participate in responding to incidents according to organisational policies and procedures

2. Operate safely within requirements of own role
2.1 Identify individuals and/or parties to whom queries and concerns about safety in the workplace should be directed
2.2 Identify existing and potential hazards relating to own role, and record and report them according to organisational policies and procedures
2.3 Identify and contribute to implementing WHS instructions and organisational policies and procedures specific to own work area
2.4 Identify and report incidents and injuries to required personnel according to organisational policies and procedures

3. Participate in WHS consultative processes
3.1 Contribute to workplace meetings, inspections, and other WHS consultative activities
3.2 Identify existing and potential WHS hazards and report them to designated persons according to organisational policies and procedures
3.3 Participate in actions to minimise or eliminate workplace hazards and to reduce risks

Foundation Skills

Reading
- Identifies and interprets short and simple information in relation to WHS and incidents

Writing
- Uses structure and language appropriate to audience and context when giving factual information

Oral Communication
- Uses language and non-verbal communication appropriate to audience and context in descriptions, opinions and explanations
- Extracts meaning and main ideas from verbal descriptions, opinions and explanations

Navigate the world of work
- Follows WHS legislative requirements under supervision and with assistance
- Follows protocols and procedures relating to own role
- Seeks assistance from others when WHS issues are beyond scope of immediate responsibilities

Get the work done
- Plans, organises and implements routine tasks in order to optimise health and safety
- Selects and implements actions from predetermined procedures

Performance Evidence

The candidate must demonstrate the ability to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, and to:
  • actively participate in two different work activities that contribute to the health and safety of self and others
  • identify and report at least one hazard to designated personnel.
During the above, the candidate must follow required procedures and instructions relating to work health and safety (WHS) and incidents.

Knowledge Evidence

The candidate must demonstrate knowledge to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit. This includes knowledge of:
  • organisational safety policies, procedures, instructions and requirements relating to own work role in relation to:
    • checking systems and equipment
    • conducting routine work operations
    • personal protective equipment (PPE)
    • recording existing and potential WHS issues
    • responding to and reporting incidents and injuries
    • responding to fires and incidents
  • meaning of commonly used hazard signs and safety symbols
  • duty holder responsibilities, as specified in WHS laws, including:
    • self and co-workers
    • persons conducting a business or undertaking (PCBUs)
    • officers
    • others in the workplace
  • distinction between hazards and risks
  • WHS hazards that may be present in the workplace, including the harm they can cause and how this harm occurs
  • process of hazard identification and risk control.

Assessment Conditions

Assessment must comply with WHS laws, and WHS legal responsibilities and duty of care required for this unit. It must be conducted in a safe environment where evidence gathered demonstrates consistent performance of typical activities undertaken by individuals carrying out WHS duties in the workplace, and must include access to:
  • organisational policies, standard operating procedures, and work instructions covered in the knowledge evidence
  • WHS laws relevant to performance evidence requirements
  • opportunities for interaction with others
  • workplace equipment and resources required for the performance evidence.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the assessor requirements in applicable vocational education and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.

1. Where are NT Safe offices?


2. Who is the Director of RAC?


3. What is Damien Djerrkura's job?


4. Give an example of a hazard and a risk.


5. Why is PPE necessary?


6. What does RSI stand for?


7. What causes RSI?


8. What causes bad work posture?


9. What must an employer do to address monitor problems?


10. Complete this sentence. Assess to


11. Step 1. Find a Problem. Steps 2 and 3?


12. What happens to 90% of businesses after 5 years and why?


13. What is the first step of a business plan?


14. What does ATO stand for?


15. What does ASIC stand for?


BSBTEC201 Use business software applications (Elective)

Use the skills and knowledge required to select and use software and organise electronic information and data in a defined context, under direct supervision or with limited individual responsibility..

Improving safety outcomes in remote Arnhem Land



Hazards and risks



Personal Protective Equipment



ICT Health and Safety



Office Ergonomics



Healthy Ergonomic Workstation



Elements and Performance Criteria

1. Select and prepare to use technology
1.1 Identify task purpose, audience, format and presentation requirements, and clarify with relevant personnel, where required
1.2 Select relevant technology and software applications to achieve requirements of the task
1.3 Adjust workspace, furniture and equipment to suit own ergonomic requirements

2. Input and process information or data
2.1 Identify and open application, according to task and organisational requirements
2.2 Enter information or data into application according to organisational requirements
2.3 Ensure information or data is checked and amended according to organisational and task requirements
2.4 Format information or data using appropriate application functions according to organisational and task requirements
2.5 Use relevant help functions to overcome simple issues

3. Finalise and store document
3.1 Review and edit final information or data, and prepare for storage in accordance with organisational and task requirements
3.2 Name and store document and exit application

Foundation Skills

Reading
- Recognises and interprets information from familiar sources to determine job role and task requirements

Writing
- Produces and amends files to meet task and organisational requirements
- Completes required documentation using organisational formats

Performance Evidence

The candidate must demonstrate the ability to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including evidence of the ability to:
  • select and use at least three business software applications on two occasions each.
In the course of the above, the candidate must:
  • select and use technology safely and according to organisational requirements
  • identify and address faults according to requirements.

Knowledge Evidence

The candidate must be able to demonstrate knowledge to complete the tasks outlined in the elements, performance criteria and foundation skills of this unit, including knowledge of:
key features of:
  • organisation’s work health and safety requirements relevant to own role
  • organisation’s requirements for file naming and storage
  • applications used for organising electronic information and data.

Assessment Conditions

Skills in this unit must be demonstrated in a workplace or simulated environment where the conditions are typical of those in a working environment in this industry.
This includes access to:
  • workplace equipment and resources
  • electronic files, information and data
  • workplace documentation.
Assessors of this unit must satisfy the requirements for assessors in applicable vocational education and training legislation, frameworks and/or standards.

16. Who is Jack Ma?


17. What does his business do?


18. What piece of advice from Jack did you like?


19. Who is Justice Chase?


20. What are the three S's he talks about?


21. What's the difference between good teamwork and bad teamwork?


22. Describe the slacker effect.


23. List three main points of a team contract.


24. Why should meetings be short and frequent?


25. What three words describe the Power of Collaboration?


26. If 5 people have 3 ideas a month how many ideas might 320 have?


27. Complete Walt's tip. "If you can dream it,


28. notions + beliefs + theories =


29. join forces + pool resources =


30. List at least three things helped by collaboration.