Analyse the relevance, validity and value of different data sources and information to implementing a quantified risk model.

  
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Unit OHS701: Management-Driven, Risk-Based Safety Management Systems 

Unit code: R/618/0212
RQF level: 7

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Unit Aim
This unit aims to provide learners with the knowledge of ISO 45001:2018 - the implementation standard for occupational health and safety management systems (OHSMS). It will also evaluate the processes of risk management, risk communication and risk transfers.

Learning Outcomes, Assessment Criteria

Learning Outcomes: When awarded credit for this unit, a learner will be able to:

 

Assessment Criteria: Assessment of this learning outcome will require a learner to demonstrate that they can:

1. Develop and implement ISO 45001:2018-compliant OHSMS.

1.1

Evaluate the extent to which the processes of an OH&S management system link to ISO 45001:2018 clauses.

 

1.2

Analyse the gaps to be bridged to satisfy the requirements of ISO 45001:2018.

1.3

Evaluate the challenges faced by an organisation while implementing ISO 45001:2018-compliant OH&S management system.

1.4

Evaluate the importance of understanding the organisation and its context whilst framing OH&S management systems.

1.5

Analyse the external and internal issues that have an impact on the way an organisation manages its OHSMS responsibilities.

1.6

Assess the way in which the activities of sub-let renters might have a negative impact on an organisation’s OH&S systems.

1.7

Differentiate between OHS standards.

1.8

Ensure the alignment of the OHSMS with an organisation’s strategic goals and that it meets legal, regulatory and compliance requirements.

2. Evaluate strategic risks to an organisation through the implementation of a quantifiable risk model.

2.1

Evaluate the role of leadership in organisational risk reduction.

 

2.2

Analyse the value of the Entropy Model of accident causation in managing the impact of risk.

2.3

Analyse the requirements of performing fault tree analysis.

2.4

Analyse the relevance, validity and value of different data sources and information to implementing a quantified risk model.

2.5

Evaluate the internal and external factors influencing the selection of different risk quantification methods.

2.6

Develop practicable action plans that improve controls to reduce strategic risks.

2.7

Develop practicable strategies on the ways in which an organisation can assess hazards and risks following changes in an organisation’s management, processes or equipment.

2.8

Analyse the pitfalls in contractual risk transfer.

2.9

Analyse the interdependencies between different types and categories of strategic, aggregated, dynamic risks.

3. Articulate risk communication strategies in various situations.

3.1

Develop practicable strategies for risk communication for a range of situations that take stakeholders’ requirements into account.

 

3.2

Assign ownership and accountabilities for strategic, aggregated, dynamic risks.

3.3

Evaluate the importance of communication and consultation in a risk management process.

3.4

Analyse the way in which crisis communication differs from risk communication.

Indicative Content

  • Components: plan, do, check, act; scope and context of H&S; ISO standard of OHS; OHSAS 18001:2007; OHSAS 45001:2018 for health and safety (H&S) management; occupational safety and health (OSH) management in high risk workplace environments (LO1).
  • Accident causation theories, risk management framework, risk analysis techniques, risk communication, risk transfer, benefits of risk framework in safety and health; fault tree, Dominoes theory, Swiss Cheese model, Entropy model; statistics of mean, median, mode, probability distribution, bell curve in statistics; (LO2).
  • Risk communication, risk consultation, risk communication stakeholders (LO3).

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