FINAL EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT RECORD OFUNIT STANDARD ID 116520SUPERVISOR SHE TRAININGASSESSMENT:SPECIFIC OUTCOME TWO AND THREE
| Facilitator name:
FRED WAGNERFacilitator number:
| Learner No:(Office use ONLY)
| Date of course:
from 12/10/2010 to: 14/10/2010(Total hours:
| FINAL EVALUATION AND ASSESSMENT RECORD
610910 0062 085Company:
South African National Defence ForceDepartment/Division:
SA Army Training FormationStreet address:
Dequar Road, PretoriaPostal address:
Private Bag X 172, Pretoria, 0001Phone:
Cell: 071 679 6503 or (012) 355-1665
Fax: 086 211 7661Email:
| The following questions relate to critical points covered in the material, content scope of practical activities covered by this Unit Standard:Unit Standard: “Apply safety, health and environmental principles and procedures in a workplace.”
INSTRUCTIONS TO LEARNERS:
1. Complete all the course details and your personal details in the space provided above (page 2 of this document). 2. Enter your name and ID no. in the block at the top of each page. 3. Read the questions carefully.
4. Record your answers to all the questions in the space provided. 5. The practical assessments for Specific Outcome 2 and 3 should be completed once you have returned to your workplace and should be submitted to the facilitator/assessor within 30 days of completion of the course. 6. On completion, sign and date the forms before handing it to the facilitator.
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Assessment: Specific Outcome 2
Apply safety, health and environmental principles in a workplace Read through the instructions of each activity carefully and complete all the activities. These activities should be conducted and completed at your workplace and the completed assessment form should be submitted to your facilitator within 30 days of completion of this course. ACTIVITY A
1. Obtain a copy of your company’s SHE policy. If there is no policy available, develop and write a SHE policy with the help of your company’s SHE manager or supervisor. DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE INSTRUCTION: SG NO 11/2001, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE that was signed in April 2002 by Director-General J.B. Masilela, Secretary for Defence is herewith attached for further reference. 2. Attach a copy of the policy to your completed assessment form. See appendix A. 3. Observe how the general SHE requirements (as stated in the policy) are applied in your company. You may consult with your SHE representative, supervisor or colleagues in this regard. For this exercise DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE INSTRUCTION: SG NO 11/2001, OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY POLICY IN THE DEPARTMENT OF DEFENCE that was signed in April 2002 by Director-General J.B. Masilela, Secretary for Defence will be used. and the following aspects are covered: a. Definitions.
b. Accountability and Responsibility for OHS Programmes. c. Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) Principle.
d. Minimum Legal Requirements and Legal Liability.
e. Occupational Injury and Disease Administration.
f. Auditing of OHS Functions.
4. Describe in your own words (in the space provided below) how your company’s SHE policy is applied in your workplace. This should include examples of what you and your colleagues are doing on a daily basis to ensure that the SHE policy is applied and is not just a document, but is put into practice in...
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