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ASSESSMENT TASK 7

SAFETY WALK CHECKLIST


COVER SHEET
(This form must be attached to the front of your assessment submission)

SURNAME

GIVEN NAMES

MAILING ADDRESS

P/C

HOME/WORK MOBILE

Declarations

I, the undersigned, have read and understood the terms and conditions on the rear of
this form applicable to requirements for assignment content and submission, and
confirm that the attached submission content is my own work, and meets all of the
assignment requirements to the best of my knowledge.

Candidate Declaration of Authenticity

I declare that this Assessment Task is my own and contains no material written by another
person except where due reference is made. I am aware that a false declaration may lead
to the withdrawal of a qualification.

I have been advised of the assessment requirements for this module, and been made
aware of my rights and responsibilities as part of the assessment process.

I have read the Assessment Instructions

I declare that, to the best of my knowledge and belief, this assessment is my own work, all
sources have been properly acknowledged, and the assessment task contains no
plagiarism.

Signed: Date:

Sending In Assessment Book & Assessment Tasks


Please mail your completed Assessment Task to:
P O Box 118 Wallsend NSW 2287
OR
Email PDF version to:
lodgement@backtobasics.edu.au
© Copyright by Back to Basics Business Training Pty Ltd – National Training Provider Number 4346
Date of Revision: November 2018
Code: DQBMP
Course: Builders Management Package incorporating
CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) &
CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
Module: 2 Project Management
Assessment: 7 Safety Walk Checklist Page: 1 of 8
Project Management

IMPORTANT INFORMATION – PLEASE READ


Students are advised that while there are no set due dates for the completion of the assessment
tasks required, please work towards completing the unit/module within a 4-6 week period. If you
require more time to complete your tasks please call Back to Basics and an extension can be
easily arranged. Assessment Extensions: Should a student require extra time to complete the
assessment due to extenuating circumstances, they may apply in writing (email is sufficient) with
a copy of their Photo ID, to Back to Basics for an extension. Extensions may be granted at Back
to Basics discretion up to a maximum of 4 weeks.
ASSESSMENT TASK – SUBMISSIONS
Note: Assessment Tasks may require further research on the internet.
All assessments must have the Assessment Cover Sheet attached to the front and signed by the
student, acknowledging the terms and conditions. DO NOT RETYPE THE DOCUMENT COVER
SHEET. IT MUST BE COMPLETED ON THE ORIGINAL DOCUMENT.
ASSESSMENT CONTENT
The contents of the Assessment MUST be your own work. You may confer with other
students, but you must not copy and submit the contents, or any part of another person’s work.
Back to Basics retains a copy of each assessment task submitted and will compare works if it is
very similar to, or the same as another submission. The copying and submitting of another
person’s work as your own is plagiarism. Any student found guilty of this will be required to
submit a new assessment. Serious offenders will be disqualified with no refund of any fees paid.
All submissions must be your own work - do not just copy the words from the text or duplicate
the form examples provided. Design your own form using the examples as a guide.
Unsuccessful Assessments/Resubmissions
Assessments: When a student has not successfully completed an assessment task, the
assessment task will be returned to the student with guidance and comments for successful
completion. The resubmission must be received by Back to Basics within 4 weeks of the
assessment date.
Copies of Completed Assessments
Assessment originals will be emailed to the student along with the Results Sheet. Back to Basics
will retain a copy of each assessment task submission on file.
Copies of Assessment Tasks are available – however the request must be in writing, and upon
application, Photo ID must be produced.
DO NOT just copy information from a website and insert it as your own work. Name the title of
the information and acknowledge the website/organisation/author/publisher etc.

© Copyright by Back to Basics Business Training Pty Ltd – National Training Provider Number 4346
Date of Revision: November 2018
Code: DQBMP
Course: Builders Management Package incorporating
CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) &
CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
Module: 2 Project Management
Assessment: 7 Safety Walk Checklist Page: 2 of 8
Project Management

The presentation of the document is most important.


Hard Copy:
 NO STAPLES PLEASE! Documentation to be bound by paperclip, bulldog (foldback) clip,
nalclips, etc.
 Documents may be presented in a Sheet Protector (plastic sleeve), manila file, cardboard
folder, or any other folder with the exception of those with spine width exceeding 2.5cm.
 Paper is to be no larger than standard A4 or foolscap size.
 All sheets are to be single sided (e.g. no printing on the back of a page) unless you are
including pre-prepared brochures or documents.
 Assignment pages must be numbered. (Typed or hand written).
Electronic Copy:

 Save a backup copy first. It is very important to save your work as you go and prior to
submitting.

 Ensure all your personal details are completed in the section provided on the cover sheet.

 Save the assessment to your computer. In another file to your backup copy so that you DO
NOT copy over and lose the original un-finalised copy should you want to make any
changes.

 Once saved please open an email and attach your assessment to the email.

 Now email your assessment to lodgement@backtobasics.edu.au

 Once we have received your submission you will receive a reply email sent to you advising
the assessment has been received. Should you not obtain a confirmation email within 24
hours of submitting your email, please contact Student Support on 1300 855 713 or
studentsupport@backtobasics.edu.au
Appeal
Each assessee has the right of appeal. The appeal is to be stated in writing along with a copy of
their Photo ID to the Manager of Back to Basics. The appeal is to be investigated and processed
by the CEO. The principles stated under the policies for unsuccessful assessments may apply.
Should the Assessee not be satisfied with the results of the appeal, an independent assessor /
mediator is to reassess the process of appeal. The decision of the independent assessor will be
final.

© Copyright by Back to Basics Business Training Pty Ltd – National Training Provider Number 4346
Date of Revision: November 2018
Code: DQBMP
Course: Builders Management Package incorporating
CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) &
CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
Module: 2 Project Management
Assessment: 7 Safety Walk Checklist Page: 3 of 8
Project Management

PRESENTATION

All submissions must be your own work – Do not just copy the words from the text – unless you
are quoting a section from the relevant Acts or Legislations. If you use another organisation’s
material – you must have evidence (letter or reference) to state you actually developed all or part
of the material – and that you actually implement the material on a regular basis.

The presentation of the document is also important. The final document MUST be presented in a
professional format – Insert page numbers and add a contents page.

Your presentation is a major component of this part of the submission. Poorly presented
submissions will be assessed as Not Yet Competent and returned for resubmission.

“Tackling an Assessment Task”

There’s no doubt that a lot of reading is required to undertake this course. That means that
there’s a lot of re-reading and referring to the text material required, when undertaking many of
the Assessment Tasks. This Module Advice offers some guidance as to how this can be
approached in an orderly way, so that the volume of the material and the task becomes more
easily manageable.

1. Re-Read the Assessment Task. Sometimes the assessment task suggests which
particular text topics are relevant. Often others may also be relevant

2. Look over the text. Scan down the Index/Contents pages at the front of the text and
look for headings that sound on-topic for the Assessment Task. Mark or tag them.

3. Set up a table (on the computer, or with pencil and scribble paper or on a whiteboard or
butchers’ paper if you like). In the left hand column, list the individual points that the
Assessment Task asks you to address.

4. Re-read the sections of the texts that you have identified in 2. Look for clues about
each individual point you have listed in the left hand column. Note the clues next to each
point in the second column with page numbers as a reference, and make a few notes in
the last column, that can be expanded later.

5. Research the Internet – In some tasks you may need to look up the internet for more
information. Note in the Internet Reference Column– specific websites that you have
found that will help you provide more in-depth information for your task.

For Example:
Task Point Text Reference Internet Reference Notes
Points set out Insert the Topic Insert website Insert short notes
on the Number and addresses and/or regarding your points or
Assessment Page No where topics that you believe comments you are thinking
Directions you believe the will align with your would fit – point form only,
information is Assessment Direction then expand on each point
covered in the Points to complete the task
text

© Copyright by Back to Basics Business Training Pty Ltd – National Training Provider Number 4346
Date of Revision: November 2018
Code: DQBMP
Course: Builders Management Package incorporating
CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) &
CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
Module: 2 Project Management
Assessment: 7 Safety Walk Checklist Page: 4 of 8
Project Management
6. Start writing. Once you have extracted some clues from the texts and noted them like
this, start writing an answer to each point, beginning from your own common sense and
experience, and tap into your text references and notes in the table to back up what you
are writing

You can see that if you follow this system, you do not start writing until you have done a lot of
investigation and planning (just like a construction project!).

In the end, you need to write enough to demonstrate that you have understood the material in
relevant Topics, and can apply it to the situations given. Some parts of the course deal with the
intangibles of management and supervisions, so it can be more difficult to assemble your
thoughts than with more obvious technical or practical issues. Breaking the task down into its
separate parts and trying to focus on each part like this often helps.

Remember to include any examples of documents, forms, reports that you have nominated in
the task.

Above all, do not forget that if you need help, you can contact the Student Relationship Team at
any time, and if required you can be put in touch with your Assessor or Mentor.

How to Write a Procedure

When asked to write a procedure, the Tasks always note: A Procedure is a step by step way of
carrying out a task. Be specific – point form is acceptable but must be in the correct order If you
use the point form system – always begin the section with a short preamble (only requires a
sentence or two) outlining what the general procedure is then follow with the relevant steps.

Include in the procedure WHO is responsible for each task, WHAT each task is, HOW each task is
to be carried out, and WHEN each task is to be implemented. Include a copy of the relevant
documents, when they are to be completed, by whom and when.

© Copyright by Back to Basics Business Training Pty Ltd – National Training Provider Number 4346
Date of Revision: November 2018
Code: DQBMP
Course: Builders Management Package incorporating
CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) &
CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
Module: 2 Project Management
Assessment: 7 Safety Walk Checklist Page: 5 of 8
Project Management

Sometimes it is hard to know where to start. Set out your ideas in the following order:

RULES DO’S List your rules first (policies) regarding each phase/section of the
task
DO NOT List what must not be done
PROCEDURE 1 - Who is responsible
Step by Step tasks 2 - What needs to be done first
to carry out the role
3 - What needs to be next
4 - Now list how it is to be done
4 - In what timeframe is each step to be carried out
5 - If it is applicable – nominate where the task should be carried out OR
where information can be obtained
6 - If it is applicable – nominate how the process is to be recorded or
documented
SUPPORT List the correct document that must accompany each document
DOCUMENTS Provide an example of each document (DO NOT FORGET TO INCLUDE
SAMPLE DOCUMENTS – YOU WILL BE MARKED NYC IF SUPPORT
DOCUMENTS ARE REQUESTED AND NOT RECEIVED)
OBLIGATIONS OF PRINCIPAL, CONTRACTOR, SUPERVISOR, SUBCONTRACTOR, WORKER ETC
THE PARTIES Where applicable insert what each officers obligations are
CONTINGENCY List any ‘what to do if the wheels fall off’
REVIEW PROCESS By Whom, When, Frequency
Report Process
Follow up

© Copyright by Back to Basics Business Training Pty Ltd – National Training Provider Number 4346
Date of Revision: November 2018
Code: DQBMP
Course: Builders Management Package incorporating
CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) &
CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
Module: 2 Project Management
Assessment: 7 Safety Walk Checklist Page: 6 of 8
Project Management

STUDENT TO COMPLETE

ASSESSMENT TASK DIRECTIONS


ASSESSMENT TASK 7
SAFETY WALK CHECKLIST

PREPARE A SAFETY WALK CHECKLIST FOR THE PROJECT & PREPARE A SET OF
DIRECTIONS TO COMPLETE THE CHECKLIST.

You may wish to provide further information by searching the Internet or


research through other resource material. Should you use any of the material
other than your own – ensure you note where the information was obtained
from and who the Author is. Do not just copy the information as your own
material.

Your employer / workplace coach may provide you access to the organisation’s
intranet system or allow you access to the internet system OR you may access
the internet independently.

Set out the directions in words that are easy to understand and in a format that
your Project Team will be able to read and implement your directions without
having to constantly come to you to clarify each section. DO NOT just copy the
words in the text or copy the example forms provided in the text – use the text
words and forms as a guide to design your own. You will be penalised if you
just copy the text documents.

A Procedure is a step by step way of carrying out a task. Be specific – point form
is acceptable but must be in the correct order If you use the point form system –
always begin the section with a short preamble (only requires a sentence or two)
outlining what the general procedure is then follow with the relevant steps.

Include in the procedure WHO is responsible for each task, WHAT each
procedure is, HOW each procedure is to be carried out, and WHEN each
procedure is to be implemented. Include a copy of the relevant documents,
when they are to be completed, by whom and when.

© Copyright by Back to Basics Business Training Pty Ltd – National Training Provider Number 4346
Date of Revision: November 2018
Code: DQBMP
Course: Builders Management Package incorporating
CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) &
CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
Module: 2 Project Management
Assessment: 7 Safety Walk Checklist Page: 7 of 8
Project Management

ASSESSMENT DIRECTIONS

SAFETY WALK CHECKLIST

Provide a Safety Walk Checklist and a set of directions to complete the checklist.

The Checklist should include but not limited to the following.


 Legislation, Regulations & Codes of Practice to be aware of
 Consultation – Meetings
 Dangerous Goods & Hazardous Substances
 Induction
 First Aid
 PPE
 Safety Inspections – By Your own Organisation and those carried out by
the Regulatory Authorities.
 Workers Compensation & Injury Management
 What Occupational Licensing should be considered
 What Records, Registers, Checklists etc that should be kept
 Emergency Procedures
 Manual Handling
 Amenities & Facilities

Prepare a set of directions to complete the Checklist so that the Project Team is
able to follow it without having to ask you questions.

Provide examples/samples of the documents where applicable.

Do not just copy the forms provided in the text – use the text content as a guide
only. You will be penalised if you just copy the text documents.

© Copyright by Back to Basics Business Training Pty Ltd – National Training Provider Number 4346
Date of Revision: November 2018
Code: DQBMP
Course: Builders Management Package incorporating
CPC40110 Certificate IV in Building and Construction (Building) &
CPC50210 Diploma of Building and Construction (Building)
Module: 2 Project Management
Assessment: 7 Safety Walk Checklist Page: 8 of 8