Working in a management position anywhere in the world involves a duty of care to provide a safe environment for workers and customers. In Australia, this responsibility is constituted in the Work Health and Safety Act 2011, with most developed countries having similar legislation. In this subject, you will learn about the types of health and safety risks found in hospitality, sport, tourism and other service sector environments and about management responsibilities in relation to risks in the workplace. You will learn about the international standard for risk management (ISO 31000) and will apply the principles and process embodied in ISO 31000 to a variety of real-world business cases.
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1. Describe a manager’s WHS responsibilities in the workplace.
2. Describe the impact of economic, social, legal, and technology changes on WHS in contemporary work environments.
3. Identify and assess common WHS risks in hospitality, sport, tourism and other service sectors.
4. Identify and evaluate WHS risk treatment strategies in hospitality, sport, tourism or other service sector environments.
5. Audit and evaluate WHS risk management plans for a business or organisation operating in hospitality, sport, tourism or other service sector environments.
6. Evaluate emergency management plans for a business or organisation operating in hospitality, sport, tourism or other service sector environments.
Must be admitted into a Bond College Diploma Program.
This subject is not available as a general elective. To be eligible for enrolment, the subject must be specified in the students’ program structure.
Future offerings not yet planned.