Certificate III in Occupational Health and Safety. Recognition of Prior Learning of Six Competency Units

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1 Certificate III in Occupational Health and Safety Recognition of Prior Learning of Six Competency Units Application and Evidence Details From (Insert name) BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

2 Training & Safety Consultants (TASC) is a Registered Training Organisation (Provider No ) TASC offers Recognised Prior Learning for the six competency units of the Certificate III in Occupational Health and Safety that form the WorkSafe Five-Day Training Course for Health and Safety Representatives. Definitions: Assessment The assessor will consider the evidence you have collected and judge whether you have achieved the level of competence that is required in the workplace. Evidence This relates to the information you are gathering and provides proof of competence. Evidence can be past or present performance, certificates and/or written reports from employers. A more comprehensive list is given in this document. Recognition of Prior Learning This recognises the competencies you have already achieved. RPL assesses your prior learning to determine the experience and knowledge gained and whether this meets the competency learning outcomes and the standards required to complete the qualification. Step 1: Please read this RPL document. Advise TASC of your intention to apply for RPL by or telephone (08) An assessor will be allocated who will be able to answer anything you do not understand. Step 2: Your assessor will give you support while you are preparing your RPL evidence. Support includes: a) Explaining the RPL process b) Giving details and clarifying the units of competency c) Identifying evidence to demonstrate competency, for example: - Copies of qualifications and/or CV - Proof of professional development - Job description, duties, experience, performance appraisals - Memberships to associations, groups, volunteer work BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

3 d) Written third part reports as proof of competency, interview or verbal or written questions. Step 3: Gather your evidence into a portfolio. It helps to number each piece of evidence so you can cross-reference this on your application form. Forward your application form, supporting documentation and fee to Training & Safety Consultants, Unit 2, 15 Delawney Street, Balcatta WA Step 4: The assessor will consider the application form and evidence and contact you if further information is required. Once a decision has been made, you will receive a letter. All information will be kept on your file and you will be issued with a qualification or Statement of Attainment as appropriate. If you do not provide enough evidence you will be notified and given fourteen (14) days to gather the information. After it has been received your application will be reassessed. Once the assessment has been made and you have been notified, you have the right to appeal if you are not satisfied with the assessor s decision. If you wish to appeal please contact Training & Safety Consultants. RPL Costs: Fees are $150 plus GST per unit of competency. Payment is required when making application and must be received before the qualification or statement of attainment can be issued. BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

4 Application for RPL for the six units of the Certificate III that comprise the WorkSafe Five-Day Training Course for Occupational Health and Safety Representatives. Applicant s Name: Address: Telephone: I wish to apply for Recognition of Prior Learning of the following units: Please tick the appropriate box! BSBOHS301B: Apply knowledge of OHS legislation in the workplace! BSBOHS302B: Participate effectively in OHS communication and consultative processes! BSBOHS303B: Contribute to OHS hazard identification and risk assessment! BSBOHS304B: Contribute to OHS hazard control! BSBOHS305B: Contribute to OHS issue resolution! BSBOHS307B: Participate in OHS investigations Applicant s Signature: Date: BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

5 Declaration I, (insert full name) of (insert address) declare that the information I am providing in this application form and evidence portfolio is true and correct. It is my original work and has not been copied, or plagiarised from anyone else s material. Any documents being provided are a true record of the original as verified by a person of authority. Signed by the person making the declaration: Date: BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

6 Certificate III in Occupational Health and Safety Applicant s Name If you need more space when completing these evidence requirements, please attach a separate sheet(s) behind each element. BSBOHS301B: Apply knowledge of OHS legislation in the workplace Element 1 Determine the legal framework of OHS in the workplace 1.1 Identify current OHS legislation, codes, standards, policies and procedures affecting your workplace. How do you access them? 1.2 What is the relationship between OHS legislation, codes, and standards and how are they used to assist in identifying OHS legal requirements in the workplace 1.3 Identify the duties of care as they relate to OHS 1.4 Identify the legal obligations and duties for consultation with and training of employees, safety representatives and others 1.5 What are the consequences of noncompliance with legislation, codes, standards and workplace policies and procedures What evidence do you have to support you have done this Location in your portfolio BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

7 Element 2 Apply knowledge of OHS legislation, policies and procedures in the workplace 2.1 How do you monitor compliance with OHS legislation 2.2 Describe how you contribute to safe work practices in accordance with the relevant OHS legislation, codes, standards and workplace policies and procedures 2.3 How do you identify non-compliance with OHS legislation, codes, standards, policies and procedures and what actions do you take to achieve compliance 2.4 If you recognise your own expertise is inadequate what are the appropriate sources of expertise you can access if required Element 3 Maintain knowledge of OHS legislative, industry and organisational requirements 3.1 What sources can you access to find out current information covering applicable legislation and guidelines relating to workplace OHS requirements 3.2 How do you keep yourself up-to-date on workplace OHS legislation, codes, standards, policies and procedures and how do you communicate information to other employees BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

8 Guidelines for specific evidence: Describe the roles, obligations and rights of OHS Representatives and where the information can be found in the Occupational Safety and Health Act Provide a recent demonstration where you had to access part or all of this information and relay it to another employee or work associate Describe the association between the Acts, regulations, codes of practice, guidance notes and standards Describe how you are involved in your organisation s health and safety processes. Please provide a copy of minutes from a Health and Safety Committee or a copy of an incident/accident/near miss report and/or other reports Describe how you have applied your knowledge and involvement in a particular workplace incident and detail the process you went through to achieve an outcome Provide two examples of simple documents you have prepared such as summary reports or memos for a range of target groups which could include OHS committee, OHS representatives, managers and/or supervisors and others Describe how you have contributed effectively to formal and informal OHS meetings Provide copies of s, letters, reports and other records of processes undertaken to ensure OHS compliance Describe how you provide advice to members of your workplace List resources you have access to, for example, Acts, Codes, etc. List other appropriate workplace documentation you have access to Describe ways in which you maintain your knowledge of OHS legislation and how you keep up-to-date with the needs of industry and your organisation. BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

9 Official Use Has the applicant provided sufficient evidence of competency in all aspects of the unit! Yes! No Assessor s Signature and Date Date applicant is notified Feedback to applicant (gap in skills or further action required) BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

10 BSBOHS302B: Participate effectively in OHS communication and consultative processes Element 1 Contribute to establishing consultative processes within the workplace 1.1 Describe how you contribute to the consultation process and your knowledge of relevant OHS laws and policies and procedures that relate to OHS in your workplace 1.2 What are the barriers to a successful OHS consultation process and how do you address them 1.3 How do you contribute to making recommendations to those involved in OHS 1.4 What are the responsibilities of relevant personnel in the consultation process Element 2 Contribute to obtaining and providing information about OHS issues 2.1 What systems and procedures do you use to establish a systematic approach to managing OHS issues 2.2 What tools and techniques do you use to source information from others about OHS issues and hazards 2.3 What are the sources of OHS information and data and where can you get them 2.4 How do you communicate relevant issues to others What evidence do you have to support you have done this Location in your portfolio BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

11 Element 3 Raise OHS issues with others 3.1 How do you raise OHS issues effectively and how are they recorded in meetings 3.2 What is the process for following up in a timely manner on outstanding issues from meetings 3.3 How do you communicate outcomes to others Guidelines for specific evidence: Describe how you communicate OHS information to the workforce, manager, supervisors and committees. Evidence can include documents, s, letters, posters, minutes of meetings Describe how you contribute to establishing consultative processes, this could be a written statement of how you consulted with the workforce and management and how this contributed to the consultative process Explain about any barriers you have encountered in the workforce and how you have overcome these to ensure everyone effectively participates in the OHS consultative process Provide details of how you obtain information, and from where, about OHS issues and how you disseminate this information to raise awareness Provide a minimum of two examples of where OHS information was communicated to others in the workplace. Examples could be s, letters, reports and records of processes undertaken, power point presentations, posters and/or minutes of meetings, notes from group or one-to-one interviews Demonstrate how you manage storing and retrieving relevant documents and your company s protocols for keeping records BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

12 Official Use Has the applicant provided sufficient evidence of competency in all aspects of the unit! Yes! No Assessor s Signature and Date Date applicant is notified Feedback to applicant (gap in skills or further action required) BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

13 BSBOHS303B: Contribute to OHS hazard identification and risk assessment Element 1 Contribute to workplace hazard identification 1.1 How do you contribute to selecting hazard identification tools, techniques, processes and methods suitable for your workplace 1.2 How do you access hazard identification tools, techniques, processes and methods to identify hazards in the workplace 1.3 Describe your workplace procedure for recognising, reporting to designated personnel and recording hazards in the workplace 1.4 How do you provide information and assistance to persons conducting workplace inspections or testing Element 2 Gather information about workplace hazards 2.1 How do you research, collect and record information about OHS hazards and their associated risks 2.2 How to you source additional information, expertise or specialist advice from within or external to the workplace when limit of own skills and knowledge is reached 2.3 How do you conduct a workplace inspection to collect further information about OHS hazards and associated risks, if required What evidence to you have to support you have done this Location in your portfolio BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

14 2.4 How do you contribute to supporting OHS practitioners and employees when accessing workplace sources of information and data regarding hazard identification 2.5 How do you contribute to supporting OHS practitioners and employees accessing external sources of information and data related to hazard identification Element 3 Contribute to OHS risk assessment 3.1 What are the appropriate risk assessment tools used to contribute to risk assessment 3.2 How do you identify risk factors, categorise and assess them as a contribution to overall risk assessment 3.3 Where can you acquire expertise, specialist advice or additional information to investigate the likelihood and consequence of identified risks 3.4 Describe a risk register and the information that should be recorded including outcomes of risk assessment Guidelines for specific evidence: Describe the difference between a hazard and a risk List the six major groups of hazards and give three examples of each, i.e. mechanical being hit by an object What tools, techniques and processes do you use to identify workplace hazards i.e. monitoring and measurement List sources of information about workplace hazards i.e. workplace inspections, hazard reports Explain why a hazard register should be maintained and the information it should contain BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

15 Describe your strategy for continuous improvement based on the contents of the hazard register Provide at least two examples of how you identify hazards and assess risks across a range of hazards that relate to your workplace Detail your risk assessment procedure Describe the tools used for risk ranking Describe your knowledge of your organisation s OHS policies and procedures where they relate to risk identification and assessment Official Use Has the applicant provided sufficient evidence of competency in all aspects of the unit! Yes! No Assessor s Signature and Date Date applicant is notified Feedback to applicant (gap in skills or further action required) BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

16 BSBOHS304B Contribute to OHS hazard control Element 1 Contribute to the development of OHS hazard control options 1.1 Describe how your knowledge of OHS legislation, codes of practice, standards, regulations and workplace policies and procedures contribute to the development of hazard controls 1.2 Describe the principles of the hierarchy of control and how they are applied to identified hazards 1.3 If you recognise your expertise is lacking how would you initiate the use of OHS specialists and technical advisors to assist in hazard identification and development of hazard controls Element 2 Contribute to the selection of hazard control options 2.1 Describe how you work with other relevant people to determine and select hazard controls 2.2 Describe how you work with other relevant people to determine and priories hazard controls 2.3 How do you provide opportunities for employees to become involved in hazard control options 2.4 Describe how you take necessary action to identify and resolve factors impeding successful implementation of selected hazard controls What evidence do you have to support you have done this Location in your portfolio BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

17 2.5 How do you provide stakeholders with information about selected hazard controls Element 3 Contribute to the implementation of hazard controls 3.1 Describe the contribution you make to obtaining resources required to implement selected hazard controls 3.2 How do you contribute to the development and documentation of actions required to implement hazard controls 3.3 Describe how you communicate in a timely and clear manner with stakeholders affected by hazard controls Guidelines for specific evidence: Describe what is a risk and factors that affect risk Describe the difference between a hazard and a risk Describe the characteristics of major physical, chemical, biological, mechanical, psychological and environmental hazards which may be present in the workplace Describe the different hazard control options Describe the process you use to contribute to the development of these options Describe the basically how accidents are caused and how injuries happen Describe the procedure for an incident investigation What is the hierarchy of control and how do you choose between different control measures What are the requirements for individual fitting, use, maintenance and storage of PPE items Provide at least two examples of how you contributed to hazard control activities undertaken in your workplace Describe the process you use to select the hazard control option, including an example of a hazard and the options used to control it BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

18 Explain the consultation and planning processes undertaken as part of hazard control Describe the consultative process you use to implement different hazard controls Describe you communication strategy to disseminate information to the workforce about new hazard controls that are being introduced Provide details of how you manage your own tasks to meet specific time frames Provide two examples of documents used to inform and report to others in the workplace, these can be s, letters, reports and other records Official Use Has the applicant provided sufficient evidence of competency in all aspects of the unit! Yes! No Assessor s Signature and Date Date applicant is notified Feedback to applicant (gap in skills or further action required) BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

19 BSBOHS305B: Contribute to OHS issue resolution Element 1 Prepare for issue resolution about OHS issues 1.1 Describe your knowledge of relevant OHS laws and workplace policies and procedures as they relate to the OHS resolution process in the workplace 1.2 How do you clarify and record identified OHS issues before commencing an issue resolution meeting 1.3 How do you prepare and plan to resolve OHS issues 1.4 What actions do you take to identify and remove any obstacles that may prevent you raising OHS issues in the workplace Element 2 Contribute to the resolution of OHS issues 2.1 How do you support and advise employees about issue resolution tools, techniques and strategies that can be used to resolve OHS issues 2.2 Describe appropriate issue resolution tools, techniques and strategies you would use during the issue resolution process 2.3 How would you attempt to resolve disagreements or disputes during the issue resolution process 2.4 What support and advice would you provide from your workplace procedure to resolve any conflict or disagreement arising from the issue resolution What evidence do you have to support you have done this Location in your portfolio BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

20 2.5 Where appropriate how do you contact external bodies to initiate OHS dispute resolution processes Element 3 Effectively communicate outcomes of OHS issue resolution process 3.1 How do you communicate effectively with employees regarding the results of OHS issue resolution processes 3.2 Describe the variety of formal and informal methods that you use to communicate issue resolution findings 3.3 How do you establish and maintain records of the actions taken to resolve OHS issues Guidelines for specific evidence: Describe your knowledge of the roles and responsibilities under the OHS legislation of employers, health and safety representatives, managers, supervisors, contractors, designers, etc. Describe your knowledge of the OHS legislative requirements regarding the provision of information, data collection and consultation Describe your knowledge of organisational agreements, policies and procedures as they relate to OHS resolution issues Describe how you access internal and external sources of OHS information and data Describe the types of issue resolution tools, techniques and strategies you have used Explain how you prepare to resolve an OHS issue Explain how OHS concerns identified by members of the workplace/work group were raised with management and supervisors Explain the principles of effective meetings including agendas, action planning, chairman and secretarial duties, minutes and action items Describe the communication strategies you use during issue resolution processes including providing results of the resolution to involved persons BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

21 Provide at least two examples of how you contributed to the resolution of OHS issues Describe your skills to manage the storage and retrieval of relevant documents as they relate to OHS Give details of two specific examples of how individuals and groups within the workplace were provided with opportunities to raise OHS issues Provide two examples of how information, data and advice was provided to members of the work group to assist them in raising OHS issues with management Official Use Has the applicant provided sufficient evidence of competency in all aspects of the unit! Yes! No Assessor s Signature and Date Date applicant is notified Feedback to applicant (gap in skills or further action required) BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

22 BSBOHS307B: Participate in OHS investigations Element 1 Contribute to OHS data collection relevant to an investigation 1.1 What appropriate data collection techniques do you use to gather information about actions and events leading up to or after an accident has occurred 1.2 How do you identify and access additional sources of information related to an incident 1.3 How do you acquire advice from external sources if required 1.4 Explain your rights to accompany investigators and the information you would provide during an investigation 1.5 Provide evidence that you attend meetings about OHS investigations 1.6 Explain the procedure for observing and obtaining copies of the results from investigative testing Element 2 Participate in workplace investigations 2.1 What are the appropriate techniques you use when participating in workplace investigations 2.2 How do you review reports on safety incidents, injuries and illnesses What evidence do you have to support you have done this Location in your portfolio BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

23 2.3 What is the process to contact responsible persons and relevant authorities 2.4 How do you communicate recommendations arising from investigations to other people Guidelines for specific evidence: Explain the basic principles of the cause of incidents Describe your understanding of workplace processes such as work flow, planning and control and hazards specific to the workplace Describe the process used to gather information relevant to the investigation and how you contribute Identify the types of information you would gather, for example, reports of inspections, photographic, etc. Provide at least two examples where you contributed to an investigation about an incident or dangerous occurrence or emergency, these could be copies of reports, employee training records, registers, maintenance records, plan of investigation process Describe how you participate in workplace investigations and the process used Explain about contributing factors and how you gather these in the consultative process Describe how witness statements are taken and where they are recorded. Official Use Has the applicant provided sufficient evidence of competency in all aspects of the unit! Yes! No Assessor s Signature and Date Date applicant is notified Feedback to applicant (gap in skills or further action required) BSBOHS RPL Version 5 December

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