Where to Access OHS Information in Your Company – Diploma Occupational Health and Safety

Posted 12 February 2013 / No comments

ACCESS SOURCES OF OHS INFORMATION AND DATA The Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety teaches the management of OHS is all about good quality information that may be gleaned from a number of sources both inside and outside the workplace. Data and information enables systematic management of OHS and effective control of OHS risk by:

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Glossary of OHS Terms – BSBOHS502B – Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety

Posted 7 February 2013 / 1 comment

BSBOHS502B PARTICIPATE IN THE MANAGEMENT OF OHS INFORMATION AND DATA SYSTEMS Glossary of Occupational Health and Safety Terms The criteria for this unit of competency include understanding certain OHS terms. Developing a glossary of terms is a useful way to ensure you have the basic terminology correct. It is strongly recommended that you add to

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Certificate IV in Quality Auditing – What is a Quality Audit?

Posted 17 January 2013 / 1 comment

What is an Audit for Quality? Prior to exploring the process of preparing, carrying out and reporting upon an audit let’s first examine what an audit is. The definition as extracted from 3.1 of AS/NZS ISO 19011:2003 Guidelines for quality and/or environmental management systems auditing is as follows: Audit is a systematic, independent and documented

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Occupational Health and Safety Training – WHS Needs and Priorities (Nature of Hazards and Risks)

Posted 2 January 2013 / 1 comment

The second criteria that you need to satisfy in order for you to complete the first element of the competency unit and to get your Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety is to determine WHS needs and priorities in consultation with relevant managers and other workplace stakeholders and key personnel. The next thing to

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Occupational Health and Safety Training – Contribute to the Strategic Planning Process

Posted 26 December 2012 / No comments

If you’re planning to get a Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety, you need to understand the three elements involved in the whole process of OHS. This article will introduce you to the first element. This element is about contributing to the strategic planning process. This does not mean that you have to conduct

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Occupational Health and Safety Training – WHS Needs and Priorities (Legal Requirements)

Posted 19 December 2012 / No comments

The second criteria that you need to satisfy in order for you to complete the first element of the competency unit and to get your Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety is to determine WHS needs and priorities in consultation with relevant managers and other workplace stakeholders and key personnel. Management decision-making requires determining

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Occupational Health and Safety Training – The Role of Managers in WHS

Posted 12 December 2012 / No comments

The first criteria that you need to satisfy in order for you to complete the first element of the competency unit and to get your Certificate IV in Occupational Health and Safety is to take steps to ensure that managers at all levels are aware of their WHS responsibilities and the role of WHS in

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Project Management Diploma: Schedule Development (Outputs)

Posted 2 December 2012 / No comments

Learn about Schedule Development (Outputs) in the Project Management Diploma qualification. Project Schedule. The project schedule includes at least a planned start date and planned finish date for each schedule activity. If resource planning is done at an early stage, then the project schedule would remain preliminary until resource assignments have been confirmed, and scheduled start

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Diploma of Project Management: Schedule Development (Tools and Techniques)

Posted 30 November 2012 / No comments

Learn about the Schedule Development (Tools and Techniques) in the Diploma of Project Management qualification. Schedule Network Analysis. Schedule network analysis is a technique that generates the project schedule. It employs a schedule model and various analytical techniques, such as critical path method, critical chain method, what-if analysis, and resource levelling to calculate the early and

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