Assessment_Task_3 (3)

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Assessment_Task_3 (3)

Monitoring report

Submission details

The Assessment Task is due on the date specified by your assessor. Any variations to this arrangement must be approved in writing by your assessor.

Submit this document with any required evidence attached. See specifications below for details.

Performance objective

For this assessment you are required to review the implementation of the action plan developed in Assessment Task 2 and prepare a monitoring report.

Assessment description

Review the implementation of the action plan developed in Assessment Task 2 against the case study provided. Then prepare a monitoring report evaluating the risk management process.

Procedure

  • Review the provided case study information in order to develop a report examining the ongoing implementation of a risk management action plan. Use the following headings.
  • Plan – a clear summary of the initial risk and the plan implemented to manage it.
  • Implementation a summary of all actions taken to date in attempting to manage identified risks.
  • Outcomes a clear statement identifying continued and/or reduced risks, with supporting information in tables or graphs where available.
  • Evaluation a clear analysis of the effectiveness of the risk management plan, by comparing the implementation with the outcomes.
  • After you have completed the above steps, you need to communicate your evaluation of the risk management plan to your organisation by submitting your report to your manager (your assessor) for internal distribution.
  • When submitting the report and plan, you need to ensure that:
  • your report is to be titledEvaluation of risk management plan
  • your report is submitted as required by your organisation (your training provider).
  • Specifications

    You must provide:

  • a completed evaluation report, as outlined above.
  • Your assessor will be looking for:

  • evidence that you analysed and evaluated the case study information against the established action plan.
  • Adjustment for distance-based learners

  • No variation of the task is required.
  • A follow up interview may be required (at the discretion of the assessor).
  • Documentation can be submitted electronically or posted in the mail.
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    ted electronically or posted in the mail.

    Case Study: Implementation information

    In accordance with the risk management plan, an external audit was completed and presented six months later to the board. The audit investigated the status of the planned actions on the risks identified.

    A summary of the findings is as follows

    The financial controller had taken out $5,000 on insurance cover for cash held on the premises overnight from the opening week as planned, but the insurance premium was $2,500 per year and which is considered excessive by the financial controller.

    The company bank account that was planned to open in the first week was opened about 4 weeks after opening at the bank two shops down the street, but it is not MacVille’s regular bank and there are difficulties with getting the same level of service that the stores receive in Brisbane.

    The teleconferencing system planned for 6 months after settlement, has not yet been installed due in part to the delay in the Federal Government’s National Broadband Network rollout.

    The weekly management meetings are finishing close to 3:00pm as planned but sometimes the manager has to stay on at the request of the head office team. The manager has not yet been issued with an excusal letter by the CEO as agreed upon and feels that they do not have the authority to just walk out at 3:00pm. The assistant management training has been shifted to the mornings allowing the manager to leave before 1:00 pm as planned.

    The board and CEO included a new policy regarding compliance with the Toowoomba by-law on water conservation as planned but the specific procedure has not yet been written, although it appears that compliance is being achieved.

    The plants have been changed to natives that require minimal water as planned. The installation of dual-flush toilets were planned for completion 6 months after settlement, and although the dual flush toilets have been ordered and in stock, they cannot be installed due to the backlog of work by district plumbers. The 5 star rated (WELS) dishwasher was installed by the supplier within the 6 months planned timetable.

    The application to make good by Goldsmith Partners on behalf of MacVille, was accepted by the Toowoomba City Council; however the grace period to comply with by-law ends in 14 days and the store is still above the acceptable benchmark for water use.

    The training on daily banking appears to have been successfully completed as planned. An audit of the bank deposit book shows that on only two occasions in the past 6 months that there is not a banking entry for the day’s sales.

    There has been one internal audit arranged by the store and as planned there should have been a call every two months. The store manager cites the distance that auditors have to travel and their overloaded work with the Brisbane stores as the reason for this infrequency.

    Although the training on the water saving processes as directed by the policy has been verbally explained and followed, the written procedure has not been completed as the store’s manager claims to be too busy.

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