WHY COOK SITXWHS004 Assessment help maybe
CEO or Officer of Organisation: it’s a must for the officer of an organisation to ensure that the organisation complies with its health and safety duties. This means they must ensure that the organisation has appropriate systems of work in place and they must actively monitor and evaluate health and safety management within the organisation.
Manager and Supervisor : Inform staff, students and contractors of WHS requirements and expectations, directing them to relevant information and risk control resources available. This may include local WHS induction (refer to the Local WHS induction checklist), on-the-job instruction and specific WHS training.
Workers : Follow safe work practices and wear appropriate clothing, footwear and protective equipment for the work being done and properly use relevant safety devices
Others at the workplace: Every people at workplace must take responsibility for their own actions and don’t put themselves or others at risk of injury or illness.
1.3 WHS codes of practice available are:
b) The one who should be responsible to administer a WHS system into a work place is the manager. They need to take every step to make sure workers are aware of your organisation’s health and safety policies and follow them. Do everything within your authority to remove or reduce the risk of injury and illness.
1.6 Having access to WHS information document and policies means they can get the information anytime it’s very important because it plays a vital role in workplace. When it comes to the business world, health and safety protocol should be at the top of any executive priority list. That way every staff should update with that information.
1.7 – Identify all potential hazards
– Workplace inspection checklist
– Coaching or mentoring in safe work practices
1.8 All the employees need to know how often the WHS system are assessed and evaluated because there might be a new WHS system, a better system than before. So that they know the smart thing to deal with all potential hazards.
1.9 Reception: Cleaning contractor might fall from the ladder, the staff might get backpain and heavy suitcase.
Dining room: Broken glasses, the table are too closed/collision injuries, slippery floor surface, burn injuries.
Front bar: Broken glasses, drunk people, hygiene issue, heavy duty, chemical hazard.
Hotel suite: Heavy box, syringe, backpain, wet floor, improper use of chemical.
Bottle shop: Broken glasses, the item is too high to get, robbery, heavy kegs, gas cylinders
Gaming room: Tripping hazard, smoking customer, locked entrance, heavy cash boxes, bad security system, angry customer.
Kitchen: Fire hazard, oil spill, Moving chopping board, hygiene problem, Unlabelled substances, electrical shock, hazardous chemical, heavy items, blocked exit door, poor lightning.
WHS MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Date :3 May 2017
191 Darlinghurst Road
Sussex Street, level 2 Haymarket
As a new company, we need follow the government regulation to develop and implement…...
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