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Title: Curriculum Risk Management Training


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Curriculum Risk Management Training
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This presentation will
  1. Outline the legal obligations for curriculum risk
    management
  2. Explain the risk management process
  3. Show how the risk management process can be
    applied to school curriculum activities

H/O CRM Overview
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Assessing and managing risk
  • Is something we do every day
  • Is an art as much as a science
  • Requires value judgements based on the
    circumstances

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Who is obligated to ensure safety?
  • The WHS Act defines those with obligations to
    ensure safety as
  • The Employer (i.e. CES)
  • The Person in Control (e.g. principals, HODs)
  • Workers and others (teachers, aides, volunteers
    etc.)
  • Safety is achieved through effective risk
    management.

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What is the risk management process?
  • The WHS Act outlines this process for managing
    risks in the workplace
  • Identify the hazards
  • Assess the risk
  • Determine control measures
  • Implement control measures
  • Monitor and review

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Step
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What DET procedure explains curriculum risk
management?
  • HLS-PR-012 Managing Risks for School
    Curriculum Activities
  • Outlines the responsibilities for
  • Principals
  • DPs Heads of Programs (e.g. HOD, HOSES, HOC)
  • Teachers
  • Others
  • Sets minimum requirements
  • Provides supporting tools

HLS-PR-012
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What tools have been developed?
  • Tools developed in conjunction with HLS-PR-012
    to assist with Curriculum Risk Management
  • Curriculum Activity Risk Planner
  • Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment Guidelines
  • Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment Template
  • School Curriculum Activity Register for high
    risk activities

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Curriculum Activity Risk Planner
  • The Planner has been designed to assist teachers
    start the curriculum risk assessment process
  • Step 1 Identify hazards associated with
    activities
  • Step 2 Assess the risk level
  • Step 3 Determine the control measures required
  • Use of the planner to record activities is not
    mandatory.
  • Curriculum Activity Risk Planner
  • http//education.qld.gov.au/strategic/eppr/health/
    hlspr012/planner.pdf

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What are the hazards with a simple trip to the
airport?
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Record the activity
  • If an activity involves hazards, record the
    activity in the Planner record sheet.
  • This will provide a record of your initial risk
    assessment.

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Assessing the inherent level of risk
  • Consider five key questions
  • Which students will be involved?
  • What will the students be doing?
  • What will the students be using?
  • Where will the students be?
  • Who will be leading the activity?

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How is risk assessed?
  • Risk is assessed by considering the
  • Likelihood of an incident occurring(i.e. what is
    the chance)
  • Consequence if it did occur (i.e. injury,
    illness)
  • Also consider our social context.

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The Risk Matrixa guide to assist with your risk
assessment
Likelihood Consequence Consequence Consequence Consequence Consequence
Likelihood 1. Insignificant 2. Minor 3. Moderate 4. Major 5. Critical
5. Almost Certain Medium Medium High Extreme Extreme
4. Likely Low Medium High High Extreme
3. Possible Low Medium High High High
2. Unlikely Low Low Medium Medium High
1. Rare Low Low Low Low Medium
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Step 3 Determine the controls
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Step 3 Determine the controls
LOW Manage through regular planning processes
MEDIUM Document controls in planning documents and/or complete risk assessment.
HIGH Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment Principal or delegated Head of Program to review and approve Entered in the School Curriculum Activity Register
EXTREME Consider alternatives to doing the activity Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment Principal to approve Enter into School Curriculum Activity Register
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What is required for Low risk activities?
  • Little chance of incident or injury
  • Most regular classroom activities undertaken by
    a majority of teachers will be low risk.
  • Manage through regular planning processes

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What is required for Medium risk activities?
  • Some chance of an incident and injury requiring
    first aid
  • Document controls in planning processes and/or
    complete a Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment

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For High and Extreme risk activities
Assess the risk
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What is required for High risk activities?
  • Likely chance of a serious incident and injury
    requiring medical treatment
  • Complete a Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment
  • Principal or delegated DP or Head of Department
    to approve risk assessment
  • Activity details to be entered into the School
    Curriculum Activity Register
  • Obtaining parental permission is recommended

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What is required for Extreme risk activities?
  • High chance of a serious incident resulting in
    debilitating injury or death
  • Consider alternatives to doing the activity
  • Complete a Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment
  • Principal to approve risk assessment
  • Activity details to be entered into the School
    Curriculum Activity Register
  • Parental permission must be obtained

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How do I do a curriculum risk assessment?
  1. If a Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment (CARA)
    guideline exists for your activity, use that.
  2. If a CARA guideline does not exist, use the
    Curriculum Activity Risk AssessmentTemplate.

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Does a Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment (CARA)
guideline exist?
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Curriculum Activity Module (e.g.)
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What are the benefits of using a prepared
Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment guideline?
  • The CARA guidelines are based on current
    regulations and expert advice.
  • Each CARA guideline will
  • Provide assessed risk levels as a guide
  • Stipulate the minimum recommendations for the
    activity
  • Identify the common hazards
  • Suggest controls for you to consider
  • A guideline can be completed electronically,
    saved, andused as a basis for future risk
    assessments.
  • The CARA guidelines have been prepared to assist
    you complete a quality risk assessment.

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Qualifications
  • Some new requirements
  • 12 months phase in period for qualifications(till
    end of 2011)
  • Refer to CARA Guidelines for details

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What if no guideline exists for my activity?
  • Use the Curriculum Activity Risk Assessment
    Template
  • It will take you through the riskassessment
    process

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What is the Curriculum Register?
  • Need to record high and extreme risk activities
    being conducted.
  • A School Curriculum Activity Register is to be
    kept.
  • Once a CARA is approved, its details are recorded
    in the register.

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Step 4 Implement the controls
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Step 5 Monitor and review
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What will happen in schools?
  • Establish risk management processes for
  • Completing curriculum activity risk assessments
  • Approving curriculum activity risk assessments
  • Maintaining a School Curriculum Activity Register

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In this school
  • Those delegated to approve curriculum activity
    risk assessments for high risk activities
  • 1.
  • 2.
  • Establish a Curriculum Risk Management
    directoryThis will store
  • CRM resources including blank template masters
  • Approved risk assessments
  • Risk Register (?)

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Cairns Catholic Education gratefully
acknowledges that these procedures and training
materials are essentially the work of Education
Queensland.
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Curriculum Risk Management
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  • Comments
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