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  • 1. Prepared by Chisholm Institute Learning & Development Group 2010
  • 2. Systemic Learning Outcome(s )
    • “ This unit specifies the competency required to ensure the health, safety and welfare of learners and candidates (in a learning environment).”
  • 3. Sub-parts of the systemic learning outcomes
    • legislative and common law duty of care responsibilities
    • knowledge and skills to assess the learning environment for hazards and risks
    • application of risk control strategies
  • 4. ‘ The learning environment’
    • Where learning/assessment takes place to develop skills and knowledge for work, incl;
    • mentoring sessions/contracts
    • professional development activities
    • workshops
    • classroom/workplace
    • conferences
    • tutorials
  • 5. Element 1-Identify OHS responsibilities
    • protect the health & safety of all ‘stakeholders’
    • establish a healthy & safe learning environment
    • understand, apply & analyse OHS legal requirements
    • understand, apply & analyse Org. OHS documentation
  • 6. Element 2-Identify hazards in the learning environment
    • research & assess sources of information
    • hazards are defined in the context of the particular learning environment
    • hazard identification of the learning environment is undertaken
    • specific OHS needs of learners is framed by OHS Act 2004
    • ‘ students @ risk’
  • 7. Element 3-Assess risks in the learning environment
    • assessment of likelihood of injury
    • assessment of consequences of risk
    • assessment of level of risk
    • actions prioritised
    • ‘ Hierarchy of Control’
    • systematic approach
  • 8. Element 4-Develop & implement actions to ensure the health & safety & welfare (well-being) of learners
    • systematic preventative approach
    • action plans based on Hierarchy of Control
    • controls are monitored for ‘residual risk’
    • external expertise utilized where appropriate
  • 9. Element 5-Provide appropriate OHS requirements to learners
    • appropriate relevant information
    • confirmation of information by learners
  • 10. Element 6-Monitor OHS arrangements in the learning environment
    • Measurement against established:
    • - OHSMS benchmarks
    • - risk assessments
    • - risk controls
    • - reporting data
    • - statutory & organizational requirements

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