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澳大利亞本科作業-為WHS的風險管理定制的政策和程序

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承接咨詢和管理風險WHS的本科澳洲留學生課程論文,本科敘述了提供改進調整的方案,建立并完善了系統的有效性。
Introduction介紹
 
(1)這些步驟概述了澳大利亞硬件責任方面工作場所健康和安全(WHS)的風險管理和臥龍崗風險管理政策的框架下運作。
 
(2)WHS的風險管理是臥龍崗WHS管理系統的一個組成部分,并結合技術,咨詢和管理方法,以確定有損害臥龍崗員工的健康和安全的潛在任何可預見的危險。
 
(3)經理負責工作場所而他們對此的影響和控制管理風險,健康和安全。
定義
 
(4)'WHS風險“是危險的受傷或疾病發生的危險的結果的可能性和嚴重性方面的意義。

(1) These procedures outline the Australian Hardware responsibilities in respect of risk management of Workplace Health and Safety (WHS) and operate under the framework of the Wollongong Risk Management Policy.
 
(2) WHS risk management is an integral part of the Wollongong WHS Management System and combines technical, consultative and managerial approaches to identify any foreseeable hazard that has the potential to harm the health or safety of employees of Wollongong.
 
(3) Managers are responsible for managing risk to health and safety in the workplace over which they have influence and control.
Definitions
 
(4) 'WHS Risk' is the significance of a hazard in terms of the probability and severity of an injury or illness occurring as a result of the hazard.
 
(5) 'WHS Risk management' is the term applied to a logical and systematic method of identifying, analysing, assessing, controlling, monitoring and communicating risks associated with any activity, function or process, in a way that will enable organisations to minimise WHS risks and maximise WHS strategies (WorkCover NSW).
 
(6) 'Risk Assessment' is the overall process of estimating the magnitude of risk and deciding what actions will be taken.
 
(7) 'Safety Support Officers' (SSO) refers to designated employees who, as part of their duties, carry out workplace inspections in consultation with employees.
 
(8) 'Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs)' refers to employees who are the designated point of contact for individual employees seeking to obtain information and report issues concerning WHS matters. They are the consultative link between management and employees on WHS issues.
Identifying Hazards
 
(9) The Work, Health and Safety Act 2011 places a duty on the stores to eliminate or minimise risks to the health and safety of its employees, contractors and visitors.

(10) Hazards can be generally classified into five broad areas:
1 physical e.g. noise, light, UV radiation, heat, and cold;
2 chemical e.g. hazardous substances, poisons, vapours, and dust;
3 biological e.g. plants, parasites, and viruses;
4 mechanical/electrical e.g. slips, trips and falls, plant and equipment, ergonomics, and manual handling; and
5 psychological e.g. stress, boring/repetitive work, violence/aggression.

(11) The Wollongong will endeavour to identify all foreseeable hazards, in particular, those arising from:
6 work premises;
7 work practices, work systems and shiftwork;
8 plant;
9 hazardous substances;
10 presence of asbestos;
11 manual handling and occupational overuse syndrome (OOS);
12 layout and conditions of the workplace;
13 biological organisms, products and substances;
14 physical working environment (electrocution, drowning, fire, explosion, slips, trips and falls, contact with moving or stationary objects, noise, heat, cold, vibration, static electricity and contaminated atmospheres);
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