ASSESSMENT 1 BSBWHS401A Implement A

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ASSESSMENT: BSBWHS401A - Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and programs to meet legislative requirements

SECTION 1: PROVIDE INFORMATION TO THE WORK TEAM ABOUT WHS POLICIES AND PROCEDURES.
Information relating to these activities can be found in section 1 part 1 – Learning support materials.
Assessment 1
Activity 1: Accurately explain to the work team relevant provisions of WHS Acts, regulations and codes of practice.
1. The impact of a workplace injury is wide reaching. Explain.
Yes. According to WHS acts there are four types of hazards, accident and disease (physical and physiological), and low work life quality and stress (socio-psychological). And, for all the listed hazards the impact are wide reaching to the work life
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These legislative bodies can inform enquiries of the legislation pertinent to their state/territory and industry, and of their applications.
After the suggestions checked with the legislative bodies for their validity, integrity and legality the upper management can establish the new procedures, or, either new policies, but maintaining work and safety in any work environment depends largely in the workers themselves.
So, plan effectively it is important and place the best techniques for training and motivating staff to work safely into practice.
Workers who believe that their work environment is safe and secure and that their organisation cares sufficiently about their welfare to implement those policies, and ensure compliance, will work more efficiently and effectively.

3. Before submitting these strategies to senior management for approval, should the worker consult with the members of their team/ department to get their input? Why/ why not?
Yes, they should consult with their managers, team leader and/or supervisors about their input because they are the responsible in their operations management capacity for efficiency and productivity. These professionals oversee the processes which contribute to achievement of organisational goals. Productivity (meeting target and goals) is measured in terms of input to outputs cost ratios. Productivity and
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