Select any one room from the website and workout what are the sub-categories and descriptions provided (Objects, Related Hazards and Possible Controls to avoid them). Now analyse and describe whether all these are followed or not at your workplace. (Not more than 250 words)
By following the process of the virtual work place, as a risk management tool, to describe the risk procedures management at my workplace, the example of the toilets scenario will be used.
In term of risk assessment and management at my work place, a analyse will be conducted about the risk that may occur in regards of the floors, like slipping or fall prevention.
As a night club, toilets area, are frequented by our customers, and me be exposed at the risk of fall or slipping accidents due to presence of water in this area.
To prevent these hazards to occur, our toilets are permanently under the surveillance of an employee, which is in charge to maintain and ensure that the floor is kept clean, free of litter and any spillages. In case of slippery areas, also a warning signage is displayed to inform our customers that there is a risk of slipping.
Furthermore, to prevent also this risk of slippery for the employee in charge of the toilets area, our company provide them non-slippery shoes, to minimise the risk exposure.
In addition, because this risk of slipping may also occur in the night club are around the bar and the dance floor, there is also a person in charge to mope the floor permanently in case of splits from customers' beverages and to display warning signage to inform them that there is slippery areas.
2 Provide a brief description of the relevant WHS Acts, regulations, and codes of practice, standards followed at your workplace? (Not more than 200 words)
According to the OH&S in the hospitality industry, new employee at the work place, should receive information about the risks and hazards they may exposed during their job exercise (OH&S in Hospitality, employee induction check list 2003).
Furthermore, according to the NSW OHS Act 2000, 'employers must provide...