Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Performance Management | WSQ SOA

This SkillsFuture approved course, Workplace Safety and Health Performance Management CRS-Q-0040992-TOU, is a 16-hour module delivered within a span of 2 days with 14 hours of training and 2 hours of assessment. 

workplace safety and health wsh course

Legal Requirements Relevant to WSH Performance Management of Tourism and MICE Operation  

The Workplace Safety and Health Act, administered by the Ministry of Manpower, ensures that all works are carried out safely at workplaces which includes workplace in the tourism sector, and Meetings, Incentives, Conferences, and Events (MICE) operations. Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) performance includes legal requirements, certification, and registration, monitoring and surveillance, accident reporting and work injury compensation of your operations. One needs to understand fully the WSH obligations for improving safety and health performance at the workplace.

The dynamic nature of the tourism sector and MICE operations has made the compliance to the WSH Act even more challenging.

To organise MICE events that range widely in scale and complexity, from one-day corporate seminars to public exhibitions and trade fairs that span several days, from venue in purpose-built multifunctional halls to outdoor open space, many entities come together in a complex network of working relationships. Each company may hold multiple roles of occupier, principal and contractor in one project.

 

Course Objectives

On completion of this course, participants will have the abilities and knowledge in TSC at the work place. These include:

TSC (Technical Skill and Competency) Code:

 

Workplace Safety and Health (WSH) Performance Management TOU-WSH-4035-1.1-1

Abilities

 

AB1 Establish the risk management plan workflow

AB2 Establish the method of monitoring the implementation of risk management plan

AB3 Form risk management and risk assessment team

AB4 Identify deviations from the risk management plans and propose appropriate corrective actions

AB5 Revise risk management plans for continual improvement

AB6 Maintain the risk assessment documentation in accordance with legal and other requirements

Knowledge

 

KN1 Processes to develop risk management plans

KN2 Types of WSH conditions and practices to be monitored

KN3 Types of WSH performance monitoring plans

KN4 Selection criteria for WSH performance monitoring team

 

Course Learning Outcomes:

There are four learning outcomes (LO) in alignment with the respective critical work functions:

  • LO1 – WSH Performance Management framework
  • LO2 – WSH hazards identification, risk assessment and risk control in MICE operations
  • LO3 – Implementation of Risk Management Plan
  • LO4 – Pre- and Post-contract WSH performance

 

Instructional Methodology:

  • Lecture
  • Discussion
  • Group Activities
  • Presentation
  • Case Study

 

 

 

Course Duration:

Training Hours

13

LMS eLearning Hours

 

1

Assessment Hours

 

2

Total Hours

 

16

 

 

 

 

Learning Unit / LU

 

Contents

 

Course Overview

LU 1: Introduction to WSH Performance Management Framework and Relevant Legal Requirement

1.1

Learning Outcomes

1.2

Legal requirement relevant to WSH performance management of Tourism and MICE operation

1.3

Processes to develop risk management plans (KN1)

1.4

Establish the method of monitoring the implementation of risk management plan (AB2)

LU 2: WSH Hazards Identification, Risk Assessment and Risk Control

2.1

Learning Outcomes

2.2

Types of WSH conditions and practices to be monitored (KN2)

2.3

Establish the risk management plan workflow (AB1)

2.4

Form risk management and risk management team (AB3)

LU 3: Implementing WSH Risk Management

3.1

Learning Outcomes

3.2

Identify deviations from the risk management plans and propose appropriate corrective actions (AB4)


3.3

Revise risk management plans for continual improvement (AB5)

LU 4: Monitor and Review of WSH Performance

4.1

Learning Outcomes

4.2

Types of WSH performance monitoring plans (KN3)

4.3

Selection criteria for WSH performance monitoring team (KN4)

4.4

Maintain the risk assessment documentation in accordance with legal and other requirements (AB6)

 

 

 

As part of the requirements, each candidate is required to complete:

  1. Written Assessment (60 mins)
  2. Case Study Assessment (60 mins)

Candidates will be considered competent when all learning outcomes/evidences are fulfilled as per assessment checklist.

 

Written Assessment:

  • This is a continual, open-book
  • The duration for this assessment is 60 minutes.
  • Candidate will be considered competent if he/she is able to answer all questions correctly based on: AB1, AB2, AB4, KN1, KN2, KN3, KN4
  • Oral inquiry will be used should there be insufficient evidence of competency for this

Case Study Assessment:

  • This is a continual, open-book
  • The duration for this assessment is 60 minutes.
  • Candidate will be considered competent if he/she is able to answer all questions correctly based on: AB1, AB2, AB3, AB4, AB5, AB6, KN1, KN2, KN4
  • Oral inquiry will be used should there be insufficient evidence of competency for this

 

Applicants may use SkillsFuture credits for course fee payment. Absentee Payroll Funding is applicable for company sponsored learners. ETSS is applicable for SMEs.

 

This module is part of the WSQ Diploma in Tourism (Venue Management and Operations)

 

 

 

 

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