Workplace safety awareness Commencing Training Ironbark Training - Training Commencement ActivityQuestion 1 - Select from the list below at least 3 tasks that could cause injuries:(Required) Sitting for long periods Repetitive tasks Lifting or moving heavy items Taking regular breaks Over reaching\Handling heavy items Question 2. The Work Health and Safety Regulations state that businesses must work through the Hierarchy of Controls when choosing a control measure to implement for an identified hazard. Using the dropdown list select the correct process you would use to apply the Hierarchy of Controls:(Required)Elimination, Engineering, Substitution, Isolation, Administrative, PPEElimination, Substitution, Isolation, Engineering, Administrative, PPENeither of the aboveQuestion 3. You need a white card for construction work. A white card (or general construction induction card) is required for workers who want to carry out construction work. Select from the list below the People who need a white card include:l(Required)Site managers, supervisors, surveyors, labourers and tradespeopleOnly tradespeopleSupervisors and site managers onlyNone of the aboveQuestion 4. It is a requirement of Work health and safety to select, wear and maintain Personal Protective Equipment/Clothing (PPE/PPC). from the list below select at least 2 pieces of PPE/PPC you would select, wear and maintain as a minimum requirement:(Required) Hi Vis work shirt Hi Vis vest Steel capped work boots Googles Hard hat Question 5. A worker is a person who carries out work in any capacity for a business or employer or ‘person conducting a business undertaking’ They can be: an employee a trainee, apprentice or work experience student a volunteer an outworker a contractor or sub-contractor an employee of a contractor or sub-contractor an employee of a labour hire company. While at work a worker must:(Required) Take reasonable care for their own health and safety Take reasonable care for the health and safety of others Comply with any reasonable instructions, policies and procedure given by their employer, business or controller of the workplace. None of the above Question 6. As a worker, you must take reasonable care of yourself and not do anything that would affect the health and safety of others at work. You must follow any reasonable health and safety instructions from your employer. It is important that you:(Required) Work safely Follow instructions Ask if you’re not sure how to safely perform the work Use personal protective equipment (PPE) in the way you were trained Report injuries and unsafe and unhealthy situations to your supervisor or to your health and safety representative (HSR) Question 7 - An employer and/or person conducting a business or undertaking (PCBU) must consult with workers when they are likely to be or are directly affected by a situation involving their health and safety. And workers have to have an opportunity to express their views and contribute to any decisions relating to their health and safety. For instance, any change to equipment, even for risk control purposes, must be discussed with workers before the change is made. Workers also need to be involved in any conversation about the adequacy of facilities. As an employer, you must consult when:(Required) Identifying hazards and assessing risks making decisions about ways to eliminate or control risks Changing or updating workplace facilities or proposing changes that may affect the health and safety of workers Making decisions about consulting procedures, resolving safety issues, monitoring workers’ health and conditions, and providing information and training None of the above Question 8. Employers or businesses, or anyone who falls under the definition of a ‘person conducting a business or undertaking’ (a PCBU), has legal obligations under work health and safety laws. A register of injuries must be kept for workers to record workplace injuries or illnesses. The register of injuries may be kept in writing or be electronic (like on a computer). Having a register that all workers can access will help them raise any safety issues they have. It can also help you develop new safe work procedures. The minimum requirements that a register should include is (select from the list below)(Required) Name of the injured worker and job role Date and time of injury Details of incident e.g. cause of injury Person reporting the incident All of the above Question 9. Anyone who has been trained can operate a Forklift Truck!(Required) Appropriately trained and Licences person can operate a Forklift Truck Yes, anyone who has been trained because a licenes is not essential Select one of the above Question 10. Review the list below and select the things your employer must do to comply with work health and safety laws (you must select at least 3):(Required) Emergency and first aid plan Display the "If you get injured at work" poster Provide training and instruction Injury register Workers compensation policy and return to work plan. Name(Required) First Last Course Code and Title(Required)Please select your courseCPCCLDG3001A- Licence to perform doggingCPCCLRG3001A- Licence to perform rigging basic levelCPCCWHS1001- Prepare to work safely in the construction industryHLTAID011- Provide First AidRIIHAN308F- Load and unload plantRIIMPO318F - Conduct civil construction skid steer loader operationsRIIMPO323E- Conduct civil construction dozer operationsRIIWHS202E- Enter and work in confined spacesRIIWHS204E- Work safely at heightsTLILIC0003- Licence to operate a forklift truckTLILIC0005- Licence to operate a boom-type elevating work platform (boom length 11 metres or more)TLILIC0013- Licence to operate a slewing mobile crane (up to 60 tonnes)TLILIC2014- Licence to drive a light rigid vehicleTLILIC2015- Licence to drive a medium rigid vehicleTLILIC2016- Licence to drive a heavy rigid vehicleTLILIC3017- Licence to drive a heavy combination vehicleDeclaration(Required) By placing a tick in this box you have agreed that you have made the declaration below and provided your consent to Ironbark Training RTO 45658 to use this as a record of your participation in the training.I, Declare that the responses to the above training have been completed by me. I agree that Ironbark Training (RTO 45658) may use this as evidence for my training record.