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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Diploma in Project Management: Schedule Development

Posted 28 November 2012 / No comments

Learn about the Schedule Development in the Diploma in Project Management qualification. Creating the project schedule is part of the planning process group. It is calendar-based and relies on both the project network diagram and the accuracy of time estimates. Project schedule development, an iterative process, determines planned start and finish dates for project activities. Schedule

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Cert IV Project Management: Activity Duration Estimating (Tools and Techniques)

Posted 26 November 2012 / No comments

Learn about the Activity Duration Estimating (Tools and Techniques) in the Cert IV Project Management qualification. Expert Judgment. Activity durations are often difficult to estimate because of the number of factors that can influence them, such as resource levels or resource productivity. Expert judgment, guided by historical information, can be used whenever possible. The individual project

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Diploma of Project Management: Activity Resource Estimating (Outputs)

Posted 24 November 2012 / No comments

Learn about Activity Resource Estimating (Outputs) in the Diploma of Project Management qualification. Activity Resource Requirements. The output of the Activity Resource Estimating process is an identification and description of the types and quantities of resources required for each schedule activity in a work package. These requirements can then be aggregated to determine the estimated

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Cert IV Project Management: Schedule Control (Tools and Techniques)

Posted 22 November 2012 / No comments

Learn about Schedule Control (Tools and Techniques) in the Cert IV Project Management qualification. Progress Reporting. The progress reporting and current schedule status includes information such as actual start and finish dates, and the remaining durations for unfinished schedule activities. If progress measurement such as earned value is also used, then the percent complete of

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Cert IV OHS – Implementing Strategies to Control OHS Risk

Posted 21 November 2012 / No comments

In the Certificate IV in OHS, you’ll learn how to implement strategies for controlling OHS risk in the workplace. SEEK INPUT FROM STAKEHOLDERS AND KEY PERSONNEL In this section, you will identify the people who should be involved in developing risk controls. Who should be involved? In section 4.4 of the learning guide for BSBOHS403

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