Almost anybody working in a management position anywhere in the developed or developing world has a legal duty of care to provide a safe environment for workers and customers. This subject will examine the types of health and safety risks found predominantly in service sector businesses, including hospitality, sport, and tourism businesses. Students will become familiar with the international standards for risk management (ISO 31000), local WHS legislation, regulations, and codes of practice, and will apply this knowledge to a variety of business case studies.
|Faculty||Bond Business School|
|Study abroad||Available to Study Abroad students|
1. Identify and assess common WHS risks in hospitality, sport, tourism and other service sectors.
2. Describe management responsibilities in relation to WHS.
3. Identify and evaluate WHS risk treatment strategies in hospitality, sport, tourism or other service sector environments.
4. Develop appropriate WHS risk management plans for businesses or organisations operating in hospitality, sport, tourism or other service sector environments.
5. Describe and evaluate crisis management strategies for businesses or organisations operating in hospitality, sport, tourism or other service sector environments
No Prior Knowledge Required