Define the following:  a) Accident b) Near miss c) Health d) Safety

Define the following: a) Accident b) Near miss c) Health d) Safety

ESSENTIALS OF HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT

 

Instructions to candidates:

 

a) Time allowed: Three hours (plus an extra ten minutes’ reading time at the start – do not write anything during this time)

 

b) Answer any FIVE questions

 

c) All questions carry equal marks. Marks for each question are shown in [ ]

 

1. Define the following:

 

a) Accident

b) Near miss

c) Health

d) Safety                                                                                                                                           [5 each]

 

2. Key elements for health and safety management are similar to those required for quality, finance and general business management.

 

a) Briefly identify and describe the sections of a health and safety policy.                                             [11]

b) Review the importance of setting a policy for effective management of health and safety.                [9]

 

3. Risk assessments are a legal requirement under the Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations.

 

a) Outline the objectives of a risk assessment.                                                                                      [10]

b) Describe Step Two under the Five Steps to Risk Assessment.                                                         [10]

 

4. Several employees on site will be working at height. Discuss the legislation this will come under and the requirements for inspecting the equipment used.                                                                             [20]

 

5. Training is essential to employee development and it improves the health and safety performance of an

organisation.

 

a) Explain some of the training required that must be done under health and safety legislation and training not related to a specific job.                                                                                                                      [11]

b) Training first takes place on recruitment at induction. Discuss other times when health and safety training might take place. [9]

 

6. Consultation with the workforce gains co-operation of employees and a more successful culture in health and safety.

 

a) As a senior manager in a non-unionised workplace, identify under which legislation you would consult your employees on health and safety and why. [10]

b) There are times when an employer is not expected to discuss health and safety information.

Explain when this would be. [10]

 

7. An existing employee has been promoted and moved into the machinery department in the company.

a) Outline the induction training needs they would require with regard to the equipment they will be using [12]

b) Describe the amount of training required to ensure they are adequately trained. [8]

 

8. The risks identified in a risk assessment may determine if the employer should restrict the work of the people they employ.

a) Explain which groups of employees may be restricted in the work they do. [12]

b) An employee has to work in a warehouse in a remote part of the premises. Examine the procedures an employer would have to make to ensure their safety. [8]


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