WHS Activities




WHS Activities

Task A

Task B


  • Warn others shouting fire fire fire
  • Telephone 000
  • Begin to prepare to evacuate
  • Make sure to evaluate all doors to ensure that there is not a fire in the next rooms
  • Report to the floor warden
  • Remain in the assembly area
  • 2.


    Task C



    There are 2 fire wardens in my workplace. The manager and the Supervisor.


  • to assist in implementing and improving effective emergency procedures in your workplace;
  • to help prevent emergencies by monitoring the adequacy of the fire risk control measures;
  • to raise awareness with other staff about the fire hazards that exist in your workplace;
  • to instruct workers in how to respond in an emergency;
  • to lead the fire drills and real evacuation procedures – they must be familiar with all escape routes and exits from their designated area;
  • to ensure all workers are accounted for during an evacuation; and
  • to assist all people in the workplace should an emergency occur, including assisting people with special needs, e.g. helping someone in a wheelchair to evacuate.
  • Colour of helmet

    The fire warden has a red helmet

    Assign tasks of different wardens

    Fier warden 1

  • close the doors to help to isolate the fire; and
  • guide everyone to the assembly area and assist in checking that everyone has arrived safely.
  • Fire warden 2

  • direct everyone to leave the building using all the appropriate routes and exits (and not inappropriate exits such as lifts);
  • check all accessible spaces in their area, including the bathroom, to make sure everyone has evacuated – this should be done on the way out of the building so that the fire warden isn’t putting themselves at risk by re-entering the evacuated area;
  • 2.

  • Hold loads close to the body.
  • Store loads close to where they will be used and try to store heavy items near waist height.
  • Don’t lift, push or pull anything too heavy – break the load down into smaller lots.
  • Use mechanical aids such as a trolley or get help when lifting heavy loads.
  • Don’t lift heavy items while you’re sitting down.
  • Safety suggestions include:

  • Warm up cold muscles with gentle stretches before engaging in any manual work.
  • Lift and carry heavy loads correctly by keeping the load close to the body and lifting with the thigh muscles.
  • Never attempt to lift or carry loads if you think they are too heavy.
  • Pushing a load (using your body weight to assist) will be less stressful on your body than pulling a load.
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    ll be less stressful on your body than pulling a load.

  • Use mechanical aids or get help to lift or carry a heavy load whenever possible.
  • Organise the work area to reduce the amount of bending, twisting and stretching required.
  • Take frequent breaks.
  • Cool down after heavy work with gentle, sustained stretches.
  • Exercise regularly to strengthen muscles and ligaments.
  • Lose any excess body fat to improve fitness.
  • Task A Group Activity


    Step 1: Become Familiar With All Applicable Antidiscrimination Laws

    Step 2: Develop and Implement a Comprehensive Antidiscrimination Policy

    Step 3: Develop and Institute Mandatory Antidiscrimination Training Programs

    Step 4: Be Prepared to Investigate Complaints of Discrimination or Harassment

    Step 5: Analyze Business Decisions for Unintentional Discrimination


  • When there is a decision that required specialist opinion
  • When the situation has become very serious and cannot be resolved on its own
  • During a large conflict within the workteam
  • 3.

  • Discrimination – gender discrimination
  • Not discrimination
  • Discrimination – marital status discrimination
  • Discrimination – pregnancy discrimination
  • Discrimination – religious discrimination
  • Discrimination – gender discrimination
  • Discrimination – disability discrimination
  • 4.

  • Annual leave
  • Minimum wages
  • Ending employment
  • Maximum weekly hours
  • Long service leave
  • 5.

  • Rights to a safe workplace
  • Anti-discrimination
  • Equal employment opportunities
  • 6.

    Employer Rights and Responsibilities

  • providing and maintaining safe workplace
  • providing workers and contractors with adequate facilities (such as clean toilets, cool and clean drinking water, and hygienic eating areas)
  • making sure workers have adequate information, instruction, training and supervision to work in a safe and healthy manner.
  • 7.

    Dress and personal presentation

    The staff must be able to represent the organisation appropriately to the customers and market.

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