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BSBSUS301A
Learners
Assessment Guide
BSBSUS401
Implement and monitor
environmentally sustainable
work practices

Assessment 3


BSBSUS401 Implement and Monitor Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices XXXXXXXXXXRTO No: 21595 | CRICOS Code: 02634E
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Assessment Information

 You must achieve a satisfactory outcome for each of the required criteria of this assessment to be
deemed satisfactory for this assessment. You must achieve a satisfactory result for the assessments
for this unit of competency to achieve a competent result for the unit. If one or more of the
assessment results are not satisfactory, you will be Not Yet Competent for this unit.
 You may follow the Assessment Appeals process in the Student Handbook (www.academia21.com)
if you are not satisfied with:
o the assessment result; or
o the way an assessment was ca
ied out by your trainer; or
o the conditions or structure of the assessment
The student handbook has the steps for reassessment if you receive a Not Yet Competent mark and do
not want to appeal.
Reasonable adjustment for assessment

Where students have highlighted Language, Literacy and Numeracy issues reasonable adjustment to the
assessment can be made. Should you receive a ‘Not Yet Competent’ or ‘Resubmit’ result for the
assessment you will be given the opportunity to re-submit your assessment work with any amendments
equested by your trainer.
The adjustment may include actions such as:
• Student demonstrating knowledge through ve
al discussion to identify co
ect answers
• Student demonstrating knowledge through applied skills
• Allowing additional time relating to disability
• Through consultation amending assessment timeframes
• Assistance in the form of the training location to allow easier access
• Accessing relevant equipment or aids to assist the student
• Adjustments to the assessment methods to cater for any special needs (without effecting the integrity
of the outcome)

If a student requests or is identified as requiring reasonable adjustment to the training and assessment
process a detailed training and assessment plan including timetables, notes regarding the required
adjustments, and any related communications regarding the adjustments must be maintained in the
students file.
The RTO Manager must review and authorise any request for ‘reasonable adjustment’ to ensure that any
adjustments and resulting outcomes are not affecting the integrity of the training and assessment
process.

Location of and completion timeframes for assessment
The location of the assessment will depend upon the nature of the assessment. Direct observation of
student’s skills will be assessed in the practical commercial kitchens / simulated restaurant at Academia,
the timeframes for these assessments will be related to the scheduled times of the practical classes.
Other assessments such as; role plays, in class activities, presentations and written tests will be
conducting in the classroom. The timeframes and due dates for these assessments, as well as any
eports, projects or research assignments, are documented in the stage outlines. Stage outlines are
handed out at the beginning of each term.
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Nishtha answered on Aug 26 2021
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BSBSUS401
PURCHASING POLICY OF BLUE HILL
Table of Contents
1. Purchasing policy    3
2. Advantages of Managing Purchase Policy    3
3. Goals    3
4. Approaches to Make Purchasing Policy More Sustainable    4
5. Approaches to Make Purchasing Policy More Sustainable (cont.)    4
6. Analysing Purchasing Policy from Perspective of a Triple Bottom Line Approach    4
7. Cu
ent Usage    5
8. Future Trends    5
9. Challenges    6
10. Overcoming Challenges    6
References    7
1. Purchasing policy
· The purchasing policy is a method of buying food
· By a restaurant and how a restaurant chooses
· Where to purchase its food from
· What kinds of food to purchase and
· How to preserves the food properly.
The growing population places even greater pressure on the limited resources of the Planet. Sustainability is about figuring out ways to provide food, which will last for coming generations and have less environmental impact. Lo and Delwiche (2016) have explained sustainable practices inside the restaurants can help the bottom line of a company by lowering purchasing costs. Minimising the environmental effect of a company includes eliminating wasteful activities and cutting wasteful activities means saving some money.
2. Advantages of Managing Purchase Policy
· Lower cost
· Reduce risk and safeguard supply
· Relationship management
· Quality improvement
Purchasing policy can also help Blue Hill saving by making the way company spending more transparent. As indicated by Andersson and Molin (2017), the purchasing policy helps in reducing the chances of financial loss to the Blue Hill. The policy collaborates with internal stakeholders such as marketing, financials logistics and physical distribution to ensure coordination between them all. The policy facilitates greatly in enhance quality by setting target levels of quality and then monitoring output against those targets.
3. Goals
· Reducing the overall cost of the purchasing
· More focus of reusable packaging instead of disposable packaging
· Sustainable stock management of the Blue Hill
· Adoption of cheap and efficient fuel for transportation services
The overall goal of this purchasing policy of the Blue Hill is the minimisation the cost without compromising in the quality of the goods and services. The organisation Blue Hill focused more on using clean and green product...
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