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  • Personnel


  • What information are you legally required to exchange in the event of an accident?

  • What are your workplace requirements in relation to accidents/injuries?

  • What information would the emergency services require?

  • What assistance would you provide to an injured person?


  • For this assessment you will be required to write down or tell your supervisor at least 3 emergency/accident situations. When you have done this you will then have to write or describe solutions to these problems or how to avoid them happening.

ASSESSMENT MODE B - Skills observational checklist

  • Response to the incident or accident in accordance with workplace emergency procedures and relevant regulatory requirements.

  • Details of the cause and effects of the incident are identified and reported.

  • Assistance requirements for accidents and emergencies are clarified and reported immediately to the appropriate parties.

  • Requests for assistance are made to relevant personnel and emergency services.

  • Site is controlled and protected until the arrival of authorized personnel.

  • Assistance is provided to injured persons, within the limitations of duty of care and workplace procedures.

  • Relevant authorities at the site are cooperated with and assisted within workplace policies.

  • Relevant information is exchanged in accordance with state/territory law and workplace procedures.

  • Documentation and reports are completed and processed in accordance with workplace and relevant regulatory requirements.

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FINAL SIGN-OFF Apply accident/emergency procedures



  • Element 1. Respond to the incident. 1.1, 1.2, 1.3, 1.4

  • Element 2. Control and assist at accident or emergency site. 2.1, 2.2, 2.3

  • Finalize accident - emergency process and complete records. 3.1, 3.2


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