SHAFSTON COLLEGE SCHOLL OF HOSPITALITY MANAGEMENT

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Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A



SHAFSTON COLLEGE SCHOLL OF HOSPITALITY
MANAGEMENT


BSB
BSU301
A

Implement and monitor Environmentally Sustainable Work Practices

Course: BSB40207 Certificate iv in Business

Assessment Type :


Investigation, Analysis,
Repor
t







Student Name: Kalpana


Bartaula

Student ID : 46414



Assessment Due Date: 16/02
/2011




Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A

Table of contents:

1)

Monitor a safe workp
la
ce


1.1

Introduction

:
Description of the selected business

2)

Research and

risk
assessment


2.1 LIST OF RESOURCES UASED, PRESENTED RISK AND


IMPROVEMNETS ARE NEEDED.

2.2
ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION

2.3

ANALYSE THE CURRENT PROCEKURES IN PLACE FOR


ASSESSING

2.4
MAJOR RESOURCES USED IN THE WORKPLACE.

2.5
LIST OF RECOMMENDATIONS ON AREAS WHERE


IMPROVEMENTS COULD BE MADE.

3)

Evaluation of risk assessment


3.1
SEEK INFORMATION FROM RELEVANT STAKEHOLDERS.

3.2
EXTERNAL DATA TO IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES.

3.3 EVALUATE STRATEGIES.

3.4 TARGET FOR EVVICIENCY.

4)

Recommendation/ strategies/ monitoring


4.1
CONTINUOS IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES.

4
.2
ROLE OF THE TEAM MEMBER FOR IMPROVEMENTS.

4.3 SUGGESTION FROM ALL TEAMM MEMBER .

4.4 COSTED STRATEGIES.

4.5 APPROPRIATE MONITORING STRATEGIES, UTILIZING


RELEVANT TOOLS AND TECHNOLOGIES.

4.6 DOCUMENT FOR MONITOR
IMPLEMENTATION.

4.7 DEMONSTRATE
HOW WE



5)

CONCLUSION

Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A


1)

MONITOR A SAFE WORK PLACE


Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) is a legal requirement for all
workplaces.
It also makes good
business

sense as lost time means lost

money
.

This unit covers OHS policies and procedures to meet relevant
legislative requirements. Specific topics covered include OHS Acts,
Regulations and Codes of Practice, duty of care, accident reporting process,
hazard identification, risk control, OHS policie
s, safety training, safety
committees and resolution of issues.




1.1
Introduction

:
Description of the selected business


For this assignment my selected area is my work place that is Patton’s
Big Gun.
Patton's Big Gun
has been a market leader since it's inception in Melbourne
around 40 years ago. Moving to Brisbane over 20 years ago Patton's soon established
a group of successful butcher shops and continued to expand their stores and product
ranges to the point it is to
day.

Patton’s Big guns” is in Molendinar. Patton’s does business in meat, seafood and fresh
fruit and veggie under one roof. In one roof, one side is butcher, another side is seafood
and fresh produce in middle. All department has their cold room, delivery

bay.

All department has their own supervisor who are responsible for their own department
like, sale, purchase, delivery, customer, satisfaction, making sign for products, cold
room storage, etc.

Supervisor does important role in produce department he is
responsible to make sure
everything do fine, make sure worker do their best and put fresh stock, use those stoke
which come first. In cold room make sure use old stock first use theory first in first out,
clean cold room every week, supervisor work as a qu
ality assurance as well.

Here is Research and risk assessment for my work place.







Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A

2)

Research and
risk
assessment

2.1
LIST OF RESOURCES U
SED, PRESENTED RISK AND







IMPROVEMNETS ARE NEEDED
:


Recourses used
:

1.


forklifts

2.


K
nife

3.



C
hemicals

4.


car park

5.

Water

6.


Electricity


Presented Risk:

Fork Lift

pedestrian risks

more than half the people involved in forklift accidents are pedestrians. even

when
travelling at low speeds, forklifts present significant risks to pedestrians, who can
be crushed by a forklift even if it is barely moving. being hit by a load is also a
common cause of workplace deaths and injuries.

operator risks


for forklift oper
ators, jumping or falling from a forklift when it tips over is a major
risk, as they can be crushed between the forklift and the ground

as a general rule, lpg

powered forklifts have their gas tanks on the counterweight at
the rear of the forklift, so manually lifting the container to that height requires
significant physical effort


especially given that during the lift the bottle must be
rotated 90 degrees. t
his can constitute a muscular stress hazard.

http://www.comcare.gov.au/safety__and__prevention/health_and_safety_topics/for
klifts/forklifts_
-
_what_are_the_ohs_risks

Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A

KNIFE

keep knives sharp.

if knife is sharp, it will slide easily through what we are
cutting, with little force involved. if the knife
is blunt, we have to force it and if we
slip there is real danger of cuts.

do not try and catch dropped knives.

if we are working with or handling a knife
and we drop it, step back and let it fall, don't try to catch it. but the instinct is to try
and catc
h it, and that can be dangerous.

do not put knives in the sink.

if we have a dirty knife, don't put it in the dishwater
as it will not be visible and will cause cuts. we must wash the knives separately.

put knives down safely.

when we are working with a k
nife, and you lay it down,
don't lay it down with the blade pointing up an make sure it is away from the
surface edge.



CHEMICALS

in our company we use chemical like chlorine bleach etc they all have been kept in
a separate room. they would be dangerous i
f they are not kept safe and use securely
accident could be happen by:

• poor labeling

• decanting of chemical

• mixing of chemicals

• exposure to splashes

• exposure to fumes or mists

• exposure to powders or dusts

• poor storage practices of chemicals

Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A


handling of bulk chemicals

• spills of chemicals

• no material safety data sheets supplied with substance

• procedures not followed


CAR PARK

car park space is not big it always fear to get hit by another car specially on
weekends .this is also one of the
main problem which has to be done as soon as
possible


ELECTRICTY


The one of the main cause of the Global warming is electricity. Some of infrared
radiation is absorbed by green house gas molecules such co2. The effect of this to
warm the earth’s
surface and the lower atmosphere.



2.2 ENVIRONMENTAL LEGISLATION





In order to understand the workplace health and safety requirements
for risk management, and our obligations under the law we must consider
and understand relevant legislation a
nd codes of practice.

RECYCLED WATER

R
ecycled water

can be a source of water which must be detailed in a business's
food safety program. there

are a number of strategies you can investigate
including:

water minimisation
-

making sure your business water use is as efficient as
possible

re
-
use for approved
non
-
potable water

uses within the business (e.g animal hide
wash down)

Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A

recycling

of reclaimed water



PLUMBING AND D
RAINAGE LEGISLATION ACT

plumbing, drainage and on
-
site sewerage enforcement notices issued under the
plumbing and drainage act 2002

may be issued to the owner of

a premise for
plumbing, drainage or an on
-
site sewerage facility that the local government
be
lieves is dangerous, defective, inadequate for the site or has been installed
without local government approval.

an enforcement notice may also be issued to the person who has performed the
plumbing work or the property owner for plumbing, drainage work o
r on
-
site
sewerage work if the work does not comply with the
plumbing and drainage act
2002
.

the range of matters that enforcement notices relating to plumbing, drainage and
on
-
site sewerage can be issued for are listed in the
plumbing and drainage act
20
02.



PUBLIC HEALTH ACT 2005

the
public health act 2005

is the result of an extensive review of the provisions of
the
health act 1937
.


the review focused on:


removing regulatory requirements that are outdated or duplicate
requirements in other legislation


modernising the approach to traditional public health concerns, such as the
means available to deal with "nuisances" that present a public health risk


addressing issues that have emerged more recently, such as public concern
about infection control in hea
lth facilities and public health emergencies


ensuring that public health legislation which affects local government is
consistent with current policy on the relationship between the state and local
government


ensuring that public health legislation has suf
ficient regard for fundamental
legislative principles, which among other matters requires the legislation to
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achieve an appropriate balance between the need to protect the health of the
public and the need to safeguard the rights of individuals


ensuring th
at public health legislation accords with modern drafting
practices.

Electricity Regulation 2006



This Act establishes the Electricity and Water Authority (ACTEW) which controls
the collection and treatment of sewage, and empowers the Authority to
participa
te in the setting and enforcement of standards relating to the protection
of water catchments.


Environmental Protection (Waste Management) Regulation 2000



The main objects of this Act are to establish a waste management hierarchy,
ensure that government,
industry and community representatives are involved in
the development of Territory
-
wide waste policy; minimise the consumption of
natural resources and the final disposal of waste by encouraging the avoidance
of waste and the reuse and recycling of waste;

ensure that industry shares with
the community the responsibility for minimising and managing waste; promote
and ensure the efficient resourcing of waste service planning and delivery;
achieve integrated waste planning and services; and promote and ensure

environmentally responsible transporting, reprocessing and handling of waste.



Greenhouse Gas Storage Act 2009
,
Environmental Protection (Air) Policy
2008



Reporting of greenhouse gas emissions, energy consumption and production by
large corporations.



Public disclosure of
corporate level greenhouse gas emissions and energy
information.



Consistent and comparable data available for decision making, in particular, the
development of the Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme



2.4 MAJOR RESOURCES USED IN THE WORKPLACE.

T
he food processing industry is very diverse. major sectors include fruit and
vegetables, dairy, meats and fish and packaged foods. the most common
environmental concerns in the industry are water consumption and wastewater
discharge, chemicals used in proc
essing and cleaning, packaging reduction and
disposal, and food scraps and refuse. energy efficiency and greenhouse gas
emissions are increasingly important issues as well.


Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A

2.5 LIST OF RECOMMENDATIONS ON AREAS WHERE


IMPROVEMENTS COULD BE MADE

T
he
table below lists solutions to reduce waste and pollution in food processing.
company environmental programs should demonstrate that these options have been
considered thoroughly.

Storage



keep cold room clean and tidy



use old stock first



rotate fresh sto
ck with old stock



Operations



test incoming water supply for minerals or chemicals that
negatively affect the process.



provide suitable work areas, handling tools, and training to
operators so they can avoid creating spills and enjury



provide

recipes for each chemical treatment operation.



provide measuring equipment, in addition to recipes, to
operators.



check out girl must be trained well and supervisor must be
present around checkout desk all the time

recovery/
reuse/ recycle



reuse waste
water from processes in other processes that do
not require high quality water.



http://www.cleanerproduction.com/directory/sectors/subsectors/foodproc.html







Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A

3)
Evaluation of risk assessment


3.1 SEEK INFORMATION FROM RELEVANT STAKEHOLDERS.


I
nformation I have got during the consultation process are below:

o

information

on how much stock we are selling in a week and how
much profit we can save to improve environmental performance.

o

Information on What amount of money we are currently spending on
improvement

o


After how long our quality inspector assure that every thing

is doing
smooth according to
environment

regulation and legislation act.




3.2 EXTERNAL DATA TO IMPROVEMENT STRATEGIES.

B
ills which our company had paid so far since last 10 years could be electric,
water, waste etc.

3.3 EVALUATE STRATEGIES.


SWOT analysis

Is a planning tool used to understand the Strengths,
Weaknesses, Opportunities, and Threats involved in a project or in a
business. It involves specifying the objective of the business or project and
identifying the internal and external factors that are
supportive or
unfavorable

to achieving that objective. SWOT is often used as part of a
strategic planning process


Strengths



Positive tangible and intangible attributes, internal to an organization.



They are within the organization’s control.

.
Weakness



Fa
ctors that are within an organization’s control that detract from its ability
to attain the desired goal.

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Which areas might the organization improve?

.
Opportunities




External attractive factors that represent the reason for an organization to
exist and de
velop.



What opportunities exist in the environment, which will propel the
organization?

Identify them by their “time frames”

.
Threats




External factors, beyond an organization’s control, which could place the
organization mission or operation at risk.



The organization may benefit by having contingency plans to address them
if they should occur.



Classify them by their “seriousness” and “probability of occurrence”.


3.4 TARGET FOR EVVICIENCY.

To set target I have to conduct a general meeting with the all stake holders to
announce my objective goals for that I would prepare my operational plan in which
I would mention my specific goal in different areas like wastage of water in
seafood areas and

in butcher wastage of raw material, maintenance in or out of
shop or organization.

My main target would be

Parking area
-

to make car park spacey so customer can drive in or out easily,
provide more space to car park

Toilet


make or build toilet facilit
y to public

Drainage


make sure drainage work properly, go through it all the way

Fix or renovate


fix or renovate whole shop make sure all and each thing in shop
work properly specially cold room, locker room, security cameras etc.



Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A

4.1

CONTINUOS IMPROVEME
NT STRATEGIES.

Save Electricity

We save energy in our offices and stores by setting lighting, heating and ventilation to
run only when buildings are occupied and movement sensors ensure lights aren’t left on
in corridors, meeting rooms and washrooms.

Explo
re more energy, practices for
refrigerated display, cases, welkin and fridge. Purchase energy star qualified to excess
consumption of freshwater and fossil fuels. Take the advantage of skylight or other
natural daylight sources to reduce lighting during da
y. Switch off these when not in use:
light , fan, air conditioning, computers, television etc.


Save water


Fix leaking taps or pipes.

● Install flow restrictors on taps
.



R
euse wastewater from processes in other processes that do not require high

quality water.

www.
cleanup
.org.au



4.2 ROLE OF THE TEAM MEMBER FOR IMPROVEMENTS.

Role

Name

Responsibilities

Qualifications/
competency

Director/
owner

Brett




Management review



Set the Policy



reviewing Objective & Targets



Resource allocation

Master degree
in business
management

Environmen
tal Manager

Paul



Participate in Management
review



Implementing environmental
policy



Implementing programs for
achieving set objectives &
targets



Monitoring and measurement of
Certificate of
Attainment in
Environmental
Management
Systems (ISO
14001)

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environmental performance



Ove
rall responsibility for system
implementation

Waste
Managemen
t
Coordinator

Steeve



Developing waste management
strategy and implementation
procedures



Monitoring and measurement

Masters in
environment
science.

Facility
Manager

Jimmy



Facilities management; training
of new staff; environmental
performance of the factory

Degree in
business
management
and bachelor
degree in
environment
science

Operations
Director

kyle



Participate in

management
review, setting policy, reviewing
objectives & targets, approving
allocation of resources for
operation

Project &
operations
management

Staff




Awareness on Policy & EMS

N/A


4.3 SUGGESTION FROM ALL TEAMM MEMBER .

Aspect
no.

Team
Member

Suggestion /
Environmental Aspect

Objective

1


Replace
bulbs with energy
star qualified bulbs.

Reduce annual
electricity consumption
for lighting

2


Uses small fans to carry
heat away from the base
station cabin

G
lobal target to cut CO2
emissions

3


Recy
cle bin for each section
to keep environment clean.

Segregation of was
te for
recycling


Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A

4.4 COSTED STRATEGIES.

Aspect
no.

Suggestion /
Environmental Aspect

Objective

Estimated costs

1

Replace bulbs with energy
star qualified bulbs.

We have four
stores in
QLD

15 star qualified bulbs
for each store
)


$ 2o

for bulbs (each)

$1200.00

2

Uses small fans to carry
heat away from the base
station cabin

Pattons has four store in
Qld. And we need 6 fan
for each.

$70
for fan(each)

$
1120.00

3

Recycle bin for

wastage
material

Four stores in QLD.

3

recycle bin for each
store
.

$200
.00 for bin(each)

$
2400.00


4.5

Suggest appropriate monitoring strategies, utilizing relevant tools and
technologies.

The standard requires an organisation

to have a procedure for monitoring and
measuring, on a regular basis, the key characteristics of its operations that can have
a significant environmental impact. The procedure must include the recording of
information to monitor environmental performance,

operational controls, and
progress on achieving the organisation’s environmental objectives and targets.

Any monitoring or measuring equipment that requires calibration or verification
must have its calibration and verification maintained, as evidenced by

records.

4.6

Create a document that will monitor your implementation/improvement
strategies.

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An important feature is regular reporting to management. A staff member should
be appointed to oversee the implementation and to report to senior management at
a
ppropriate time frames.




Sources and amount of emissions broken down by scope and activity



Impact of any emission reduction efforts and quantification of emission
savings



Future emission reduction opportunities


The implementation process needs to be metho
dical and well documented to
achieve the best possible outcomes and to justify and duplicate results.


In particular:



Identify feasible and high
-
priority action items



Develop an implementation schedule for these items



Allocate resources and staff to carry
out the schedule



Establish milestones for tasks to monitor progress



Establish a schedule for reporting
progress to CEO



Determine how you will review results



Assess regularly and report



Set new targets to ensure continuous improvement of your entire operat
ion



Ensure that your employees are equipped and motivated to participate.



A
ll employees can be encouraged by:



Demonstrating leadership by appointing senior management to lead the
process



Holding staff information sessions



Providing training



Displaying po
sters and information packs



Providing a suggestion box



Regularly reporting on results



Sharing the financial benefits with participating staff.


4.7

Demonstrate how you will you promote these strategies (internally and
externally) that are successful, and
how will you reward team members whose
workplace performance is excellent.

Student name: Kalpana Bartaula

Student id: 46414

Unit: BSBBSUS301A

Sometimes the distinction between a document in the strict sense and a record is
unclear in the context of an environmental management sys
tem.
Environmental
management usually resul
ts in the need to keep a wide range of records. Some
records are mandated by the standard, while others are a natural result of
conducting an activity. They are relied on by internal and external auditors as
evidence of conformity to the requirements of th
e environmental management
system


The only way the team members will fulfill your dream is to share in the dream.
Reward systems

are the mechanisms that

make this happen.

The greatest team management principle is that the things that get rewarded get
done. You get what you reward. Rewards include doing the things people enjoy
doing, recognition, and
money
. By rewarding collective achievements you inspire
and promote teamwork.

However, reward systems are much more than just bonus plans and stock options.
While they often include both of t
hese incentives, they can also include awards and
other recognition, promotions, reassignment, non
-
monetary bonuses (e.g.,
vacations), or a simple thank
-
you. "The journey is the reward".


5.0

Conclusion

Management review of an environmental management sys
tem can be integrated
with management review of an occupational health and safety, quality, and/or
financial management system. Annual management reviews can be most effective
if conducted as part of an
organization’s

normal business planning cycle.

The EM
S Tool provides a
template for a management review

briefing that
facilitates conformity with the requirements of the environmental management
international standard for input. It also provides for recording decision
s on changes
to the environmental policy, environmental objectives, targets and programs/plans,
risk assessment, environmental aspects and other elements of the environmental
management system.

www.
environment
.
gov.au