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£79 Unit OHS702: Globalisation, Sustainability and Safety Culture Performance
QUALIFI Level 7 International Diploma in Occupational Health and Safety Management
Unit code: L/618/0211
RQF level: 7
Unit Aim This unit aims to provide learners with the knowledge of globalization, the sustainability effects on safety culture, the psychological factors affecting safety, a whole-organisation approach to OHS and the measurement of safety performance.
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. Evaluate the effects of globalisation on safety culture.
Evaluate the impact of globalisation on the safety climate of an organisation.
Analyse the way in which perceptions of safety and unsafe behaviour vary between migrant workers and indigenous workers.
Evaluate the role of management in ensuring the development of workers’ competence
Develop practicable strategic and operational plans for the effective management of OHS in multi-employer worksites.
Analyse the way in which Globally Harmonised Systems (GHS) can improve the communication of hazards.
2. Evaluate the benefits of sustainability in the workplace.
Develop a business case for the inclusion of OSH in sustainability strategies.
Evaluate the challenges, opportunities and strategic business benefits in promoting sustainable workplace health and safety.
Specify the metrics to be included that measure a sustainable OHS practice in the workplace.
3. Measure safety performance and calculate safety return on investment (ROI).
Analyse the way in which error management can improve the safety performance in OHSMS.
Develop a practicable model for calculating the ROI of safety management system in operational and strategic terms.
Develop a data mining method that measures the performance of the safety culture.
4. Understand the effects of psychological health, injury management and rehabilitation in the workplace.
Evaluate the role of management in promoting good mental health.
Analyse the challenges in dealing with mental health within the workplace.
Analyse the way in which the human rights of workers with mental health conditions should be protected in the workplace.
Analyse the factors and conditions contributing to workplace violence.
Analyse the early indicators of workplace confrontation.
Analyse the barriers to the implementation of Psychological Health and Safety Management System (PHSMS) in the workplace.
Analyse the ways in which an injury
management programme can have an impact on workers’ morale.
Evaluate the potential costs of poor psychological and physical health and poor morale to an organisation (strategic impact; PR and organisational reputation; operational considerations etc).
5. Lead the implementation of a whole- organisation approach to OHS.
Evaluate the case for the integration of occupational safety and health into an organisation’s business activities
Develop a practicable whole-organisation approach to occupational health and safety in an organisation.
Analyse the relevance of whole-organisation approach in tackling bullying and violence.
Scope the nature of interdependencies in the components of an OHS system.
Develop a strategic response and operational plans that address aggregated, interdependent H&S risks.
Globalisation impact on OHS, safety culture; migrant issues in OHS, management role in globalization, globally harmonized systems (LO1).
Safety and Sustainability, United Nations Sustainability, metrics for sustainability, OHS integration with sustainability, sustainability goals (LO2).
Error Management theory and analysis, construction site error techniques, safety culture performance, key metrics for safety culture, safety ROI models, ROI calculations in risk (LO3).
Mental health issues , OHS psychosocial stressors, management role in promoting mental health, mental health old workers, PHSMS, standardisation of PHSMS, psychosocial hazards, violence at work, drugs at work, shift work, temporary workers issues; potentially negative impacts: strategic impact; PR and organisational reputation; operational considerations etc (LO4).
Whole school approach to OHS, school management in OHS, school health environment; interdependencies and aggregated H&S risks e.g. conflicts between safety and security (LO5).
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