Week 8 Discussion For this discussion, your focus will be to think through what asymmetric information, moral hazard, and adverse selection have to do with hiring a police officer. Instructions….
How would you describe WHSMS certification and auditing standards, processes and requirements?
Q1. When implementing a WHS management system, an organisation may face several barriers which have to be ultimately dealt with for a successful implementation of the system. Give two examples of barriers to the WHS management system implementation. Outline strategies to overcome the barriers.
Q2. List five sources of information external to the workplace and five internal sources of health and safety information.
Q3. It is important that the WHS information and data retrieved are accurate and relevant. The WHSMS based on unreliable information is not only a waste of time and resources but may have tragic outcomes as well.
What factors would you consider for any performance indicator to be accurate (i.e. valid and reliable)? Explain your answer with reference to input-based and outcome-based measures.
Q4. Name and outline Commonwealth and state (Australia) WHS Acts, regulations, codes of practice, standards, guidance material and other relevant publications.
Q5. How would you describe the requirements for recordkeeping that address WHS, privacy and other relevant legislation?
Q6. Describe the structure and functions of a WHSMS.
Q7. How would you describe WHSMS certification and auditing standards, processes and requirements?