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Title: TAA04 TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT PACKAGE


1
TAA04TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT PACKAGE
TAAENV403B ENSURE A HEALTHY AND SAFE LEARNING
ENVIRONMENT
2
OVERVIEW
This workshop will cover the processes and
strategies that can be used to ensure that
training and assessment take place in, and comply
with, occupational health and safety
requirements
3
ASSESSMENT
  • Assessment for these units will be based on
  • Your workshop participation and contribution
  • The completion of the learning activities during
    the workshop
  • Completion of a practical assessment task which
    will be fully explained by your facilitator

4
KNOWLEDGE
  • All learners need to know
  • the hazards relevant to the industry in which
    they are working or will work
  • occupational health and safety procedures
    applicable the workplaces where they do or will
    work
  • commonly used OHS symbols and signs
  • the legal responsibilities of employers and
    employees

5
OVERVIEW OF OHS SYSTEM
  • Commonwealth, states, and territories
  • enacted legislation that establishes general
    duties for workplace parties to ensure healthy
    and safe working conditions.
  • OHS legislative regime consists of
  • Principal OHS Acts
  • Regulations
  • Codes of Practice

6
WHO HAS DUTY OF CARE?
  • Employers
  • Working environment safe and without risks to the
    health of employees
  • Adequate training, information and supervision to
    ensure the health and safety of employees and
  • a consultation processes with employees on OHS
    issues.
  • Employees
  • take reasonable care of their own health and
    safety and that of others in the workplace, to
    the extent to which they are capable.
  • Designers
  • Manufacturers
  • Self-employed persons

7
RESPONSIBILITY
  • It is the responsibility of trainers and
    workplace supervisors to assist people in
    learning all that they need to know and do to
    work safely
  • It is the responsibility of learners to
    demonstrate safe work practices in all training
    and assessment situations

8
PROCESSES OF OHS
  • Identify hazards What hazards are present in
    the workplace? Examples
  • Assess risks What is the possible frequency and
    severity of injury or disease that may result
    from the identified hazards? Assessment
  • Control risks How can the risk be eliminated or
    minimised? Hierarchy of control
  • Monitor Dont stop! Review and evaluate the
    effectiveness of controls

9
EXAMPLES
Physical hazards noise, electrical, heat or cold, dust, fire, working space
Chemical hazards gases, fumes, liquids
Ergonomic hazards tool and equipment design, work station design, task design
Radiation hazards x-rays, microwaves, ultraviolet or infra-red radiation
Psychological hazards shift work, workload, harassment, discrimination, bullying
Biological hazards bacterial, viral or fungal infections
Environmental temperature, lighting, sunlight, workplace layout
10
RISK ASSESSMENT
Severity Likelihood
Insignificant Minor Moderate Major Catastrophic Rare Unlikely Possible Likely Almost certain
Map the likelihood of a hazard causing harm
against the likelihood of an actual occurrence
Match this to the probable severity (damage
rating) of the harm
11
SOLUTIONS
  • The Hierarchy of Control prioritises preferred
    options for implementing possible problem
    solutions and OHS controls
  • Hierarchy of Control priorities
  • 1. Elimination
  • 2. Substitution
  • 3. Engineering
  • 4. Administration
  • 5. Personal Protective Equipment

12
PROCESS AND DOCUMENTATION
  • Identify hazards
  • Hazard Identification
  • Assess risks
  • Risk Assessment
  • Prioritisation Matrix
  • Control risks
  • Hierarchy of Control

13
ACTIVITY
  • In groups of 4
  • Select one process /document
  • Hazard Identification Page 32,
    guide_smallbiz_safetychecklist_1284a.pdf
  • Risk Assessment Page 33, Hazpak.pdf,
    Haz_checklist_and_risk_control_plan.doc
  • Prioritisation matrix Page 35, Hazpak.pdf
  • Planned controls Page 38
  • Discuss with team members
  • 5 minute presentation

14
SUMMARY
  • You have a legally enforceable duty of care to
  • ensure that you understand the legislative
  • requirements for OHS and have sufficient
  • competence in OHS requirements for the industry
  • concerned
  • It is essential that you access appropriate
  • professional development to bring your OHS skills
  • and knowledge to the required level

15
TAA04TRAINING AND ASSESSMENT PACKAGE
  • TAAENV402B
  • FOSTER AND PROMOTE AN INCLUSIVE LEARNING CULTURE

16
OVERVIEW
  • This workshop will cover
  • the competencies required to foster and promote
  • an environment which supports inclusive work
  • practices and learning culture

17
ASSESSMENT
  • Assessment for this unit will be based on
  • Your workshop participation and contribution
  • The completion of the learning activities during
    the workshop
  • Completion of a series of assessment tasks which
    will be fully explained by your facilitator

18
ACTIVITY 1
Case Study In groups Respond Record Discuss 15
minutes
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DIFFERENCES IN THE LEARNER GROUP
  • Cultural and linguistic diversity
  • ESL
  • Indigenous culture
  • Other cultural differences
  • Health conditions
  • Medical conditions
  • Religious practices Age, gender, sexuality
  • Early school leavers
  • Older learners returning to study
  • Single parents returning to study
  • Part itme sutdents
  • Refugees
  • Survivors of trauma
  • Disabilities
  • Acquired brain injury
  • Learning disabilities
  • Sensory impairments
  • Physical disabilities
  • Intellectual disability
  • Mental health conditions
  • Chronic medical conditions

From One and All Facilitators guide to assist
in the delivery of TAAENV402A Foster and promote
an inclusive learning culture.
20
SUMMARY
  • As a trainer, you have duty of care to foster a
    promote an inclusive learning environment.
  • Be aware of and responsible to
  • you role model the behaviour, tolerances and
    acceptances in your classroom and beyond.
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