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Action Plan for Recommended Corrective Actions

Complete the following table by conducting the relevant research in line with the directives above and record your responses in the brackets provided:

Item Provision of Training
Industry Chosen Plan construction company

What research has been undertaken to determine compliance requirements?
Example: Acts, Regulations, Codes of Practice, legal advice etc…. List the title of the resources researched. Newspapers,journals, trade/industry publications

Internet websites

WHS/OHS and other relevant legalisation

WHS/OHS and other relevant legalisation

Technical data

Manufactures manual
Results of research
What information did you locate in the document relevant to the Training requirements?
NOTE:
Record all resource references in full e.g. WHS Act, 2011, Qld, Part 2, Division 2, Section 19, Primary Duty of Care. WHS Act, 2011 section 2QSL
(a)All persons engaged in construction work must have appropriate gear
(b)All the workers will be trained on general hazards of the work place
(C)All workers will be briefed on specifc work requirements.

Scaffolding Code of Practice, 2009, Qld, 2.3 Trainees – A person cannot perform high risk work without having appropriate authority
What are the practices to be implemented to be compliant with legislation?
NOTE:
Choose one section of a document to focus on: i.e. Scaffolding Code of Practice, 2009, Qld, 2.3 Trainees – A person cannot perform high risk work without having appropriate authority to do so. As such the person must either hold a licence to work, or be a trainee. A person is a trainee if they are on a training plan and log book. Formal training must take place prior to any tasks being logged in the log book; this means the trainee must receive training involving theory and practical demonstration. Both the theory and practical demonstration can be provided by either a WHSQ approved trainer/assessor or a nominated supervisor in the workplace, this must be a person who holds a licence for the relevant plant. Scaffolding Code of Practice, 2009, Qld, 2.3 Trainees – A person cannot perform high risk work without having appropriate authority .We will have authority in place to ensure that the training process is successful.

The aim of successful implementation of the WHS training is to ensure that workers
are made aware of wo rkplace risks and understand the measures implemented to
control them, how to safely perform their tasks and duties and the actions to take in
the event of an incident.
Where it has been identified the nature of the hazard or risk requires a worker
achieve a certain level of competency in order to ensure protection of the worker
and others, ensure the assessment is relevant and that competency is achieved.
Assessments may be theoretical or practical (for example, a worker may practically
demonstrate hand hygiene for infection control).
What processes can you put in place to implement the above practices in your Organization? Step by Step prioritised actions (Record the order of implementation):
Step on will involve building the project team
Step will include arrangements for training
The third step will be implementing the training
The fourth step will be evaluating the outcome