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Hi Please complete the following units as you did on the previous job including answers to formative assessments, summative assessment 1 and summative assessment 2 in each unit. The first 3 units on the list need completing ASAP as they are the final part of certificate IV then the rest need to be done reasonably soon to complete the diploma please.

BSBWHS408 (0%) Cert IV

BSBWHS510 (0%) Cert IV

BSBWHS410 (0%) Cert IV

BSBWHS504 (0%)

BSBWHS505 (0%)

BSBWHS502 (0%)

BSBWHS506 (0%)

BSBWHS402 (0%)

BSBWHS404 (0%)

Answered Same Day Apr 24, 2020 BSBWHS504 Training.Gov.Au

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Amar answered on May 17 2020
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BSBWHS408    2
Formative Assessment    2
Activity 6    2
Summative Assessment 1    3
Question 3    3
BSBWHS510    4
Formative assessments    4
Activity 12    4
Activity 14    7
BSBWHS410    10
Formative assessments    10
Activity 1    10
Activity 4    13
Activity 7    14
Summative Assessment 1    18
Question 3    18
Question 9    20
BSBWHS408
Formative Assessment
Activity 6
Q 1 What are the benefits to an organisation and its contractors in identifying areas of contractor health and safety a
angements needing improvement? Discuss in 80 to 100 words.
The overall benefits concerning the organisation as well as the contractors by way of identifying specific areas relating to contractor health as well as safety a
angements requiring improvements concerns the fact that the safety, well-being and health working environment shall be ensured and promoted with respect to the employees and the same shall lead to positive outcomes in terms of work level productivity as well as the motivation from the employees. Hence the identification of these areas for improvement shall be essential.
Trainer Comments
23/05/2018 09:55PM    
Please review
Revision:
Any deficiency or risk hazards that threaten the health as well as safety a
angements at the contractors can lead to significant costs. Some of these costs could be uninsured. Naturally, the organisation which is dependent on the contractor can be severely affected by the same. These costs could range across the down time in production impacting cost, profitability, revenue, etc., or impairment / injury / harm to key set of workers have consequent and immediate cost impacts, direct impacts on the product / services leading to quality / standards / value issues, or damages to facility / equipment causing various issues. In this context, it becomes imperative to identify such hazards and continuously improve the health and safety conditions.
Summative Assessment 1
Question 3
How could a safety officer determine what is best practice in health and safety management of contractors? (40–60 words)
The determination of the best practices pertaining to the health and safety management of the contractors entails the consideration of Occupational Safety and Health Administration Regulations 2. The contractor need to be ensured of the safety at the work site and the same has to be effectively adhered. The best practice can also be determined from the past events, if any.
2 Fernández-Muñiz, B., Montes-Peón, J. M., & Vázquez-Ordás, C. J. (2009). Relation between occupational safety management and firm performance. Safety science, 47(7), 980-991
17/05/2018 12:15PM    
this needs to be far lass academic and far more practical. the Occupational Safety and Health Administration Regulations 2 is not a NSW regualtion. Where does it come from? Why is it relevant?
REVISION #1
The determination of the best practices pertaining to the health and safety management of the contractors entails the consideration of need to be ensured of the safety at the work site and the same has to be effectively adhered. The best practice can also be determined from the past events, if any.
23/05/2018 09:54PM    
This answer still tells me very little. What documents will we use? who will we talk to? Why?
REVISION #2:
The best practices in essence include policies, processes, procedures, methods, systems, as well as a
angements that are employed as well as applied for attaining effective form of WHS management with respect to the contractors. The same can be attained by way of discussion, networking, etc. with industry peers, publications / reports in this regard, and best practices collated and issued by regulators / independent bodies like Safe Work Australia, relevant regulatory authorities, etc. and finally, global best practices in this context can also be refe
ed to that are available by way of publications in this regard.
BSBWHS510
Formative assessments
Activity 12
ABC Chemicals is a medium-sized chemical distributor located at the rear of a large metropolitan shopping precinct. ABC Chemicals purchase large quantities of cleaning chemicals. These are delivered in 205 litre drums and include solvents, acids and other co
osives, and detergents. These products are decanted by ABC Chemicals’ workers into retail size containers (not exceeding 30 litres/ kilograms), re-labelled and shipped in company-badged delivery vehicles to retail outlets throughout the metropolitan area.
There is, within 25 metres of ABC Chemicals, a local nursing home that cares for elderly residents with age-related conditions including dementia. Across the road from the nursing home is a child care centre that provides day care for children under the age of five.
ABC Chemicals employs some 50 people whose duties include the day-to-day running of the organisation and decanting of the chemicals into smaller containers. Small spills during the decanting procedures are cleaned up with rags, which are disposed of at the end of the day into the general waste dumpster in the rear yard of the premises. The dumpster is collected by a waste contractor on a weekly basis.
The ABC Chemicals building was constructed in 2000 and has been fitted with limited emergency equipment. None of the workers have received any training in safe handling of chemicals or how to cope with emergencies and there is no emergency plan displayed in the workplace.
ABC Chemicals is situated on a busy intersection and there have been several significant vehicle accidents in front of the premises.
All empty chemical drums are stored in the rear yard against the back cyclone fence. These drums are collected on a monthly basis and as many as 250 drums can be stored there awaiting collection.
Behind the cyclone fence is a large open, overgrown paddock with dry grass, which is owned by the local council. The council has advised ABC Chemicals that they wish to build a community centre on this site at some time in the near future.
Create a simple emergency response plan for an emergency event (similar to 6.1 in the sample plan) that might be used by ABC Chemicals. You will need to document the actions required for a major type of emergency, taking account of standards, cu
ent industry practice, specialist advice and input from emergency agencies. You cannot create an emergency response plan for a fire as this has already been done in the text.
18/05/2018 11:01AM    
Create a simple emergency response plan for an emergency event.
You need to create a plan along the lines of If X happens, then we will do Y.
What is your RESPONSE plan?
REVISION #1
    Emergency Type
    Actions required for a major type of emergency
    Risk of Explosion as vehicles nea
y meet with accidents and risk of spillage
    The actions require board signs should be highlighted so that the vehicles passing by are alerted that the facility deals with hazardous chemicals and to put speed
eakers on the highway near facility
23/05/2018 10:04PM    
This is not a response plan. What does the sample in the workbook look like? What did you find on Google?
REVISION #2
    Emergency Event
    Response Action
    Evacuation Method
    Medical Treatment
    Emergency Notification
    Communication Plan
    Hazardous Chemical spill in the storage area
    The response action shall be to quarantine the affected area, offer immediate medical attention to affected worker(s), make mandated emergency notifications and evacuate the facility
    All workers / employees shall be evacuated out of the facility immediately by way of public announcement.
    The worker(s) affected by the spill shall be offered immediate first aid attention while awaiting emergency ambulance to ca
y the worker for care at the hospital
    All mandated regulatory notification shall be issued to the fire department, regulator and other bodies as applicable
    The immediate internal communication shall be by way of public announcements. Later suitable escalation and other communication shall be undertaken as per the OHS policy and procedures.
Source for developing the plan: http:
www.safework.nsw.gov.au/health-and-safety/manage-workplace-safety/emergency-plans
Activity 14
ABC Chemicals is a medium-sized chemical distributor located at the rear of a large metropolitan shopping precinct. ABC Chemicals purchase large quantities of cleaning chemicals. These are delivered in 205 litre drums and include solvents, acids and other co
osives, and detergents. These products are decanted by ABC Chemicals’ workers into retail size containers (not exceeding 30 litres/ kilograms), re-labelled and shipped in company-badged delivery vehicles to retail outlets throughout the metropolitan area.
There is, within 25 metres of ABC Chemicals, a local nursing home that cares for elderly residents with age-related conditions including dementia. Across the road from the nursing home is a child care centre that provides day care for children under the age of five.
ABC Chemicals employs some 50 people whose duties include the day-to-day...
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