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D0913 DEVELOP OHS INFORMATION AND DATA ANALYSIS AND REPORTING AND RECORDING PROCESSES (BSBOHS602B)
WA Unit NumberD0913
Unit TitleDevelop OHS information and data analysis and reporting and recording processes
National Unit NumberBSBOHS602B
 -About this Unit
This unit describes the performance outcomes, skills and knowledge required to design and develop occupational health and safety (OHS) information and data analysis, and reporting and recording processes that inform and contribute to the effectiveness of OHS in the workplace, and to evaluate the effectiveness of these processes.No licensing, legislative, regulatory or certification requirements apply to this unit at the time of endorsement.
Unit Hours50
 -Pre-requisites
This unit has no pre-requisites
 -Elements Of Competency/Learning Outcomes
1 - 1. Identify requirements for OHS information and data
1. 1.1. Review relevant legislation and standards to identify obligations relevant to OHS information and data
2. 1.2. Access policies and procedures to identify requirements for OHS information and data
3. 1.3. Determine priorities, in consultation with relevant stakeholders, for OHS information and data collection and management
4. 1.4. Identify workplace factors that may impact on the design and development of OHS information and data processes
5. 1.5. Make recommendations for appropriate indicators of OHS performance
6. 1.6. Ensure draft requirements for OHS information and data are developed, in consultation with relevant stakeholders
2 - 2. Make recommendations for the design of the OHS information and data processes
1. 2.1. Identify and access relevant sources and types of OHS information and data
2. 2.2. Investigate formats for, and availability of, databases to identify the most appropriate format
3. 2.3. Address legal and ethical requirements in recommendations
4. 2.4. Recognise limits of own professional expertise and seek advice from relevant specialists as required
5. 2.5. Prepare specifications for the OHS information and data processes
3 - 3. Develop the OHS information and data, and reporting and recording processes
1. 3.1. Identify and access or develop, tools for recording and collating information and data recognising the limitations of information and data, and measurement indices, and controlling for potential biases
2. 3.2. Identify and facilitate links with other functional areas and management systems to ensure comprehensive information and data collection
3. 3.3. Identify and allocate relevant roles and responsibilities
4. 3.4. Develop policies, procedures and tools for collecting, collating and recording workplace OHS information and data, taking account of workplace factors and system requirements
5. 3.5. Identify and document training needs for collecting, collating and analysing OHS information and data
6. 3.6. Identify resources necessary for collecting, collating, recording, analysing and distributing OHS information and data
4 - 4. Record and analyse information and data to monitor OHS performance and to evaluate methods of prevention
1. 4.1. Identify and apply descriptive and analytical techniques for systematic evaluation of OHS performance monitoring (including positive performance indicators [PPIs]) and areas for improvement
2. 4.2. Access and apply information and data to determine potential associations between workplace hazards and their adverse effects on exposed workers
3. 4.3. Record information and data to assist with identifying patterns of occupational injury and disease within particular areas
4. 4.4. Ethically manage information and data collection, recording, analysis and application
5. 4.5. Critically evaluate OHS information and data to ensure accuracy, reliability, relevance and validity
6. 4.6. Appropriately format and disseminate outcomes of information and data analysis considering the target audience, and legal and ethical requirements
7. 4.7. Identify appropriate strategies for improvement and formulate recommendations as a consequence of information and data analysis
5 - 5. Monitor and evaluate the effectiveness of information and data collection and analysis processes
1. 5.1. Regularly review OHS information and data collection, recording, analysis and application processes to ensure relevance to the needs of the organisation in managing OHS and compliance with legislative requirements
2. 5.2. Determine frequency, method and scope of review, in consultation with stakeholders
3. 5.3. Make recommendations for improvement to OHS information and data processes as required
4. 5.4. Implement improvement strategies arising from the review