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ACMWHS201 Practical Demonstration and Discussion Assignment

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    ACMWHS201

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    Malaysia

Instructions for practical demonstration and discussion

Record videos of yourself:

1. Following workplace instructions to carry out three animal care tasks safely: o Approach and remove animal from cage

  • Cleaning a soiled cage/enclosure
  • Preparing feed for an animal

2. Performing a workplace safety inspection.

3. Performing a simulated fire evacuation drill walk-through

Task 1

Record three (3) videos of yourself demonstrating and discussing following workplace instructions to carry out three animal care tasks safely:

  • Approach and remove animal from cage
  • Cleaning a soiled cage/enclosure
  • Preparing feed for an animal.

In each video you must demonstrate how to

  • Identify at least two (2) potential hazards
  • Control for at least two (2) risks associated with the task
  • Report risk to supervisor
  • Select at least two (2) items of PPE
  • Perform task using selected PPE
  • Carry out WHS housekeeping during or after the task

 

Part 1. Video1-Approach and remove an animal from its cage/enclosure You must demonstrate and discuss approaching and removing an animal from its cage/enclosure, including all the following:

1.1. DISCUSS how you prepare to perform this task. You MUST:

1.1.1. STATE at least three pre-start checks you perform to assess the task before you begin o For example, check what needs to be done with this animal, assess the animal’s behaviour and body language before I approach, check I have a lead or blanket ready if needed, check the kennel door is closed, check what other animals are in the room, check the floor for wet/slippery areas, check I am wearing suitable clothing and shoes, etc.

1.1.2. STATE at least two (2) potential hazards associated with this particular task o For example, bites from animal, back injury for lifting heavy animal, slipping on floor, contamination from animal waste, spread of animal disease to you, etc.

1.2. DISCUSS how you can control for at least two (2) risks associated with hazards from this task. For example,

  • Wear gloves and mask to prevent transfer of infection,
  • Ensure your tetanus vaccination is up to date to prevent this zoonosis
  • Wear non-slip shoes and keep floor dry to prevent falls from slipping

1.3. DEMONSTRATE how you report risks for a task to a supervisor. You can ask a friend to colleague to role-play your supervisor.

  • Advise supervisor of risk and state your plan for controlling the risk
  • Check if supervisor has any additional advice on controlling the risk

1.4. DEMONSTRATE selecting at least two (2) items of PPE

  • Select items appropriate to task
  • Fit PPE. For example, put on mask, gloves, apron, eye protection, etc.

1.5. DEMONSTRATE performing task using selected PPE

  • Approach animal with caution
  • Capture and remove from cage/enclosure

1.6. DEMONSTRATE carrying out WHS housekeeping to support self and others to work safely appropriate to task. For example:

  • Ensuring all animals in the workplace are adequately and securely confined
  • Immediate cleaning of any spills, urine or faeces
  • Cleaning up rubbish created by task
  • Keeping doorways, exits and corridors free of boxes
  • Ensuring any sharps are not left lying around but are safely disposed of after use
  • Use of warning signs such as wet floor signs as required

Part 2. Video 2-Cleaning a soiled cage/enclosure

Demonstrate and discuss cleaning a soiled cage/enclosure. Soiled refers to an enclosure that has housed an animal for one or more hours. There must be at least used bedding. There may also be present food, urine/faeces or other bodily fluids. You must include all the following:

2.1. STATE at least two (2) potential hazards associated with this particular task 2.1.1. STATE at least three pre-start checks you perform to assess the task before you begin o For example, check what needs to be done, check the floor for wet/slippery areas, check I am wearing suitable clothing and shoes, check I have waste disposal container ready, check if animal has a zoonosis, etc.

2.1.2. STATE at least two (2) potential hazards associated with this particular task o For example, back injury from lifting heavy objects, slipping on floor, contamination from animal waste, spread of animal disease to you, etc.

2.2. DISCUSS how you can control for at least two (2) risks associated with hazards from this task. For example,

  • Wear gloves and mask to prevent transfer of infection
  • Wear apron to prevent contamination of clothes
  • Ensure your tetanus vaccination is up to date to prevent this zoonosis
  • Wear non-slip shoes and keep floor dry to prevent falls from slipping

2.3. DEMONSTRATE how you report risks for a task to a supervisor. This could be verbally or written communication. You can ask a friend to colleague to role-play your supervisor.

  • Advise supervisor of risk and state your plan for controlling the risk
  • Check if supervisor has any additional advice on controlling the risk

2.4. DEMONSTRATE selecting at least two (2) items of PPE

  • Select items appropriate to task
  • Fit PPE. For example, put on mask, gloves, apron, eye protection, etc.

2.5. DEMONSTRATE performing task using selected PPE

  • Remove items from cage/enclosure
  • Use appropriate cleaning method. For example, hot water and disinfectant for a cage, or scrubbing floor/walls of pen or stable

2.6. DEMONSTRATE carrying out WHS housekeeping to support self and others to work safely appropriate to task. For example:

  • Ensuring all animals in the workplace are adequately and securely confined o Immediate cleaning of any spills, urine or faeces
  • Cleaning up rubbish created by task
  • Keeping doorways, exits and corridors free of boxes
  • Ensuring any sharps are not left lying around but are safely disposed of after use
  • Use of warning signs such as wet floor signs as required

Part 3. Video 3- Preparing feed for an animal

Demonstrate and discuss preparing feed to present to an animal. For example, opening a tin of food for a dog or cat and placing in a suitable bowl, or preparing seed for a bird, or pellets for a rabbit or guinea pig. You must include all the following:

3.1. STATE at least two (2) potential hazards associated with this particular task 3.1.1. STATE at least three pre-start checks you perform to assess the task before you begin o For example, check what feed is recommended, check the floor for wet/slippery areas, check I am wearing suitable clothing and shoes, check I have waste disposal container ready, check food for freshness, etc.

3.1.2. STATE at least two (2) potential hazards associated with this particular task o For example, back injury from lifting heavy objects, slipping on floor, inhaling dust from dry feed, spread of animal disease to you, etc.

3.2. DISCUSS how you can control for at least two (2) risks associated with hazards from this task. For example,

  • Wear gloves and mask to prevent transfer of infection or dust
  • Wear apron to prevent contamination of clothes
  • Ensure your tetanus vaccination is up to date to prevent this zoonosis
  • Wear non-slip shoes and keep floor dry to prevent falls from slipping

3.3. DEMONSTRATE how you report risks for a task to a supervisor. This could be verbally or written communication. You can ask a friend to colleague to role-play your supervisor.

  • Advise supervisor of risk and state your plan for controlling the risk
  • Check if supervisor has any additional advice on controlling the risk

3.4. DEMONSTRATE selecting at least two (2) items of PPE

  • Select items appropriate to task
  • Fit PPE. For example, put on mask, gloves, apron, eye protection, etc.

3.5. DEMONSTRATE performing task using selected PPE

  • Accessing and opening food source (e.g., opening can with can opener, chopping up meat, collecting hay or grain)
  • Transferring feed to suitable receptacle (e.g., bowl, feeder bin, hopper)

3.6. DEMONSTRATE carrying out WHS housekeeping to support self and others to work safely appropriate to task. For example:

  • Ensuring all animals in the workplace are adequately and securely confined
  • Immediate cleaning of any spills, urine or faeces
  • Cleaning up rubbish created by task
  • Keeping doorways, exits and corridors free of boxes
  • Ensuring any sharps are not left lying around but are safely disposed of after use
  • Use of warning signs such as wet floor signs as required

Task 2

Record one video of yourself performing a workplace audit inspection of safety signage. Use the Safety sign Audit template provided in your course and complete the document during the inspection. Report findings and recommendations to your supervisor. Submit the completed report to the course to support this assessment.

Part 4. Conduct Safety Sign Audit.

4.1. DEMONSTRATE performing workplace safety audit

  • Film yourself:
  • Following the procedure in the checklist,
  • Performing the audit
  • Completing the form (electronically or print form and complete with pen)
  • Reporting findings to supervisor
  • Show each sign and area as you conduct the audit. You must audit:
  • PPE notification signage

For example, ‘PPE required in this area’, ‘Wear mask and goggles when mixing chemicals’

  • Restricted access area signage.
    For example, ‘Storage room. No public access’
  • Hazard warning signage.
    For example, ‘Flammable’, ‘Chemical hazard’, ‘Slippery when wet’
  • Fire signage
    For example, ‘Fire Extinguisher’, ‘Fire hose’, ‘Fire alarm, Break glass’
  • First Aid Kit signage.
    For example, ‘First Aid Kit here’
  • Emergency Exit locations signage.
    For example, ‘Emergency Exit’, ‘Emergency Exit. Keep Clear’
  • Assess if:
    At least one sign in each category is present (? ’Yes’) or absent (? ‘No’)
  • If category sign is not required, then check ? ‘Not applicable’ and explain why in the ‘Notes’ column
  • Using 1-2 sentences, complete the Audit Summary section. For example,
    ‘Emergency sign at the south door is damaged and difficult to read. Other signage present’
  • Using 1-2 sentences, complete the recommendations section. For example, ‘Replace Emergency sign at the south door’, or ‘Additional sign about PPE recommended for kennel area’.

4.2. DEMONSTRATE reporting the Audit outcomes to your supervisor (or a person to role play a supervisor).

  • State what was checked
  • State the summary of your findings
  • State recommendations for additions/changes/repairs to signage

Task 3

Create one (1) emergency plan, or procedure, or poster specific to your workplace. You must create new document and not use an existing one or download one from the internet. Part

5. Create one (1) emergency plan/procedure/poster for your workplace

5.1. SUBMIT a one-page emergency plan/procedure/poster specific to your workplace (or simulated workplace)

  • Choose an emergency from this list:
  • Animal bite injury
  • Animal escape
  • Chemical spill
  • Gas leak (natural gas, oxygen, nitrous oxide or other workplace gas)
  • Robbery
  • Create a one-page plan/procedure/poster that clearly identifies the essential steps to follow.
  • There must be at least four steps.
  • The steps must be clear and easily understood by co-workers.
  • State what actions to do at each step.
  • Convert to PDF and submit in your course assessment area

Part 6. Perform fire evacuation following workplace procedure

6.1. DEMONSTRATE performing a practice fire evacuation walk-through

  • Locate your workplace’s Fire Evacuation Plan or Procedure. If you do not have one, then use the one of the generic Fire Evacuation Plan available for download from your course.
  • Record a video of yourself demonstrating a walkthrough of this plan
  • Show the Plan or Procedure you will be following clearly to the camera. Later, you will submit an electronic copy or clear photograph of the plan together with the video. The assessor will be checking if you can follow that plan in the video.
  • Demonstrate each step in turn.
    • State what you are doing and demonstrate any actions
    • Walk to the next step.
    • Continue until all steps performed

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