ensuring that there is an effective way of reporting any hazards to the appropriate person so that any required action can be taken. Every school is
Facilities – we check the facilities every day for any hazards or dangers such as wet floors/hall way and any hazards that could cause accidents such as tripping over objects or slipping on wet floors. We must make sure all exits are clear and accessible in case of a fire alarm or emergencies. We check the indoor/outdoor environment
Directive types of feedback are used to provide clues that the quality assurance staff can use to device the best possible course of action. It is helpful in creating a non-confrontational and non-threatening environment from which to create positive change. Developmental types of feedback are similar to directive types, in that they empower the internal assessment and quality assurance staff to make decisions. Likewise, guidance is a good way to help steer quality assurance staff in the right direction. When it is strategic, signposting can also be helpful for improving quality outcomes.
A requirement by law is regular training for staff to maintain their safety, a Notice board so that visitors are aware of things they are doing whilst moving and handling things.
* Completing all relevant assessment forms and returning them to the internal quality assurer/Centre Contact
Directions: The following question is based on the documents included in this exercise. This question is designed to test your ability to work with and understand historical documents. Create a draft of your essay by answering each topic in red and answering your own DIY DBQ in an essay format. The parameters of the future DBQ that will be written for your DIY DBQ are below:
*check that the right work equipment is provided and is properly used and regularly maintained
If the system is current and compliant, then I need to review all staff status, records and have refresher training as applicable
Findings must be recorded, not just as a once off procedure, but continual reviews must take place and updated as necessary. This must be done in consultation with employees.
Evaluation and review. Monitor progress regularly to know if course or actions is effective or if needs to be improved.
* Employee evaluations and skills assessments to ensure our staff are producing the maximum output of work to the highest standards
I prepared for the inspection by reviewing frequency of inspections made, observing the operations compliance history, the operations fee history, background check list and controlling
Review work throughout the work process and at completion to ensure that it has been performed properly.
Create an audit follow up plan to ensure the safety plan is working and potential dangerous situations are being avoided (Gomez-Melia et al., 2011).
Generally, announced inspections were conducted for all NPDES inspections. The inspection personnel were familiar with all aspects of the NPDES inspection requirements. The inspections were conducted in a satisfactory manner. The inspector demonstrated excellent communication skills explaining compliance issues with facility managers and plant operators. Field notes were written primarily on check sheets. Inspection findings were identified during the walk-through and summarized at the end of the inspection. The compliance inspection procedures consisted of the following components: