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Topic: Apply risk management processes to a workplace hazard.

Aim: The aim of the assessment is to apply a risk management process ISO31000 to manage the occurrence of workplace vehicle incidents (eg: light vehile, heavy vehicle, single vehicle, vehicle versus vehicle, vehicle versus pedestrian).

Task To complete this assessment you should:
1. Read the Safe Work Australia 2012-22 strategy including performance targets.

2. Review the AS/NZ ISO31000 and plan how the ‘Principles’, ‘Framework’ and ‘Process’ can be applied to the management of workplace vehicle incidents.

3. Select between 5 and 10 peer reviewed papers concerned with managing workplace incidents, which can be applied to workplace vehicle incidents.

4. Review your papers and present in a report which describes a risk based approach, including ‘Principles’, ‘Framework’ and ‘Process’, for the prevention and management of workplace vehicle incidents (i.e. which will assist the achievement of the national performance targets).

Important Your assignment should be presented as an academic report.

Evaluation Criteria:
Your report will be marked and graded based on your ability to conduct research, critically analyse and communicate your findings at a level suitable for postgraduate level of study at university. 

 

 

OHS6131: Assessment 3 – OHS Risk Management Report (Marking Guide) Marked out of 100. (50% of total unit)

Your abstract/executive summary Your abstract/executive summary is a Your abstract/executive summary is a Your abstract/executive summary is an Your abstract/executive summary is

Criteria

High Distinction

Distinction

Credit

Pass

Below Pass

 

Abstract / executive summary (5%)

includes an excellent summary of the contents of your report, articulates the main points and the most important

very good summary of the contents of your report; it articulates the main points and the most important

good summary of the contents of your report; it covers the main points and important findings.

accurate summary of the content of your report; it covers the main points and findings.

brief and/or is not complete accurate / summary of the content of your report. Main points and findings are not

Introduction (5%)

purpose and background information are very well articulated.

purpose and background are well articulated.

and background are clear.

purpose and background have been explained.

purpose and/or background are not satisfactory.

Literature review (35%)

a thorough evaluation of relevant peer-reviewed articles/paper. Search methodology, inclusion and exclusion criteria are clearly explained.

a thorough evaluation of relevant peer- reviewed articles. Search methodology, inclusion and exclusion criteria are clearly explained.

thorough evaluation of relevant peer- reviewed articles. Search methodology, inclusion and exclusion criteria are clearly explained.

an evaluation of relevant peer- reviewed articles. Search methodology and/or inclusion / exclusion criteria are explained satisfactorily.

understanding of relevant issues and the topic. Less than the required number of relevant peer-reviewed articles have been evaluated.

Development of the risk based approach (25%)

design and proposed implementation of a risk based approach to manage this risk, based on the literature review and linked to the national performance targets.

and proposed implementation of a risk based approach to manage this risk, based on the literature review and linked to the national performance targets.

proposed implementation of a risk based approach to manage this risk, based on the literature review and linked to the national performance targets.

proposed implementation of a risk based approach to manage this risk, based on the literature review and linked to the national performance targets.

the design and proposed implementation of a risk based approach to manage this risk.

Discussion of the benefit of the risk based approach (15%)

the risk management process towards the national performance targets.

benefits of the risk management process towards the national performance targets.

management process towards the national performance targets.

risk management process towards the national performance targets.

the benefits of the risk management process towards the national performance targets.

Conclusion (5%)

summarizes the key purpose, findings and their significance. No new information, sources or ideas are introduced.

summarizes the purpose, key findings and their significance. No new information, sources or ideas are introduced.

summarizes the purpose and findings and with limited reference to significance. No new information, sources or ideas are introduced.

summary of the purpose and findings. No new information, sources or ideas are introduced.

adequately summarize the reports

purpose and
information, sources or ideas may have been introduced.

key findings. New

Referencing & Style
(10%)

style; proficient in paraphrasing key comments; direct quotations used

paraphrases key comments; direct quotations used very sparingly.

style; paraphrases direct quotations used sparingly.

some attempt made to paraphrase key comments direct quotations used

inaccurate; direct quotations over-used and/or when irrelevant.

findings. findings.

clearly summarised.

Your introduction is excellent. The Your introduction is very good. The Your introduction is good. The purpose Your introduction is satisfactory. The Your introduction is incomplete; the

Your critique is excellent and includes Your critique is very good and includes Your critique is good and includes a Your critique is adequate and includes Your critique provides limited A comprehensive description of the An effective description of the design A good description of the design and A basic description of the design and A limited or incomplete description of

Thorough discussion of the benefits of A well thought out discussion of the A discussion of the benefits of the risk A brief discussion of the benefits of the A limited or incomplete discussion of

Your conclusion is well articulated and Your conclusion is well written and Your conclusion is satisfactory and Your conclusion is basic with a limited Your conclusion is limited and does not

Superior skill in correct referencing Proficiency in correct referencing style; Reasonable skill in correct referencing Some inaccuracies in referencing style; Referencing insufficient or significantly very sparingly frequently. 

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