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  WHS: A MANAGEMENT GUIDE e5 WITH SAC




ISBN 9780170386319

Author/Module Code: ARCHER

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WHS takes a whole-person, humanist approach to Workplace Health and Safety, offering an overview of human health and safety that equips students to evaluate more than physical risks and hazards. The challenges of on-the-job work health and safety practice are explored in multiple ways: � Instructors and students can stay on top of current issues and policies with WHS in practice boxes and case studies � Prompts to visit Safe Work Australia online ensure students have access to up-to the minute policies and legislation � NEW: Students are encouraged to consider the ethics of health and safety at work with the Ethics boxes � NEW: Independent learning is reinforced with online activities � Students can cement their understanding with Did you know? Boxes Training Package/ competency info is mapped specifically for VET, via distinct IM and PP. Covers core and elective units of competency from the current qualifications: � BSB41412 Certificate IV in Work Health and Safety and � BSB51312 Diploma of Work Health and Safety Table of Contents 1. Introducing health and safety 2. Understanding the legal framework 3. Consulting on WHS 4. Developing a systematic approach 5. Managing WHS information 6. Identifying hazards and managing risk 7. Managing hazards associated with plant 8. Controlling risk: ergonomics 9. Controlling risk: occupational and environmental hygiene 10. Using equipment to monitor the workplace 11. Managing psychosocial hazards 12. Controlling risk: safe design 13. Dealing with emergencies 14. Auditing and evaluating WHS activity 15. Promoting a health and safety culture 16. Notifying, reporting, and investigating incidents 17. Compensating injured workers and managing injuries



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