BSBLED502 Manage Programs




BSBLED502 Manage Programs

BSBLED502 Manage Programs

Activity 1.1.1-1.1.2

Activity 1.2.1-1.2.2


Employers of choice have created a culture that is based on a new employment relationship. It is more collaborative and open than the old ‘them and us’ relationship we have all witnessed and have probably been or are part of. This new employment relationship is based on the changing needs and interests of employees and organisations.

Triple bottom line


Companies that follow the triple bottom line way of doing business think about the impact their actions have on all the people involved with them. This can include everybody from farmers supplying raw materials, on up to the CEO of the company. Everyone’s well being is taken into consideration. The company offers health care, good working hours, a healthy, safe place to work, opportunities for advancement and education, and does not exploit their labor force (by using child labor or offering sweatshop wages). In some cases, the “people” bottom line can also include the community where the company does business.


Triple bottom line companies take pains to reduce or eliminate their ecological footprint. They strive for sustainability, recognizing the fact that “going green” may be more profitable in the long run. But it’s not just about the money. Triple bottom line companies look at the entire life cycle of their actions and try to determine the true cost of what they’re doing in regards to the environment. They take pains to reduce their energy usage, they dispose of any toxic waste in a safe way, they try to use renewable energy sources and they don’t produce products that are unsafe or unhealthy for people and the planet.


The financial bottom line is the one that all companies share, whether they’re using triple bottom line or not. When looking at profit from a triple bottom line standpoint, the idea is that profits will help empower and sustain the community as a whole, and not just flow to the CEO and shareholders.

Activity 1.3.1-1.3.2

3 Options

Design or reorganise to eliminate the hazard from the workplace: try to ensure that hazards are designed out when new materials, equipment and work systems are being planned for the workplace.

Minimise through engineering controls: this can be done through the use of machine guards, effective ventilation systems etc.

Personal Protective Equipment: provide suitable and properly maintained personal protective equipment and ensure employees are trained in its proper use (examples include gloves, earplugs etc.).

Communication and creating awareness of each option

  • Climate surveys
  • Employee climate or culture surveys are now well established as an effective tool of human resources management. When designing or selecting a survey questionnaire, it is important to ensure that the contents are relevant to the particular features and needs of your own organisation.

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  • Communicating internally
  • This article discusses the key elements of internal information management, as well as approaches will help provide effective structures for their management.

  • Meetings
  • Issues discussed in this section include: when to call a meeting, barriers to achieving a meeting’s goals, and setting up a consultative committee.

  • Notes on Internet and Email Use Policy
  • As a result of the increased use of the internet and email as tools for business, a range of issues has arisen which should be addressed.

    What do you need to communicate? How would you communicate it?

    The company needed to improve its communications with its internal and external stakeholders. Internal stakeholders are those individuals and groups within the organisation. They include the employees, the managers and directors of the business and its owners or shareholders.

    Communications with internal stakeholders help to create a positive attitude within the company. This is particularly important when times are tough as employees may become de-motivated if they see negative stories about their company in the media.

    Activity 1.4.1-1.4.2

    Obtain senior management support

  • identify the main benefits and advantages of implementing the program
  • develop a set of strategies which will help to implement the program
  • outline the key costs and perform a cost benefit analysis
  • Reinforce management support

  • Make sure the data which is collected is right to reinforce management support
  • Do the survey from all staff who has the problem
  • Meeting agreement : hold a meeting with all senior management support
  • Make the timeline
  • The feedback from every manager (including complaint)
  • Activity 2.1.1-2.1.4

    2 things to consider

  • The project’s business need and business problem.
  • The project’s objectives – why the project will solve the business problem.
  • Do you feel that the consultation process includes a close relationship between WHS and your health and Well-being plan?

    Consultation requirements have been expanded to engage all persons that may have an impact on the health and safety of persons associated or affected by a business or undertaking. Consultation is required between:

  • Duty holders with shared duties and
  • PCBUs and the workers impacted by the work activities or undertakings.
  • Consultation is required to be effective. It is expected that consultation be approached in a coordinated, co-operative and timely manner between all relevant duty holders and other parties.Consultation is essential when gathering information on all potential hazards, the associated risks and ways in which to eliminate or minimise those risks.Effective consultation will engage all persons in the workplace and can be utilised to…


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