Apply Project Scope Management Techniques

Activity 1
You have been asked to review the PID to identify any potential unintended consequences. What are unintended consequences and if one of the PID deliverables was a reduction in absenteeism, what might the unintended consequences be? (75–100 words)

Activity 3
1) What is the scope of a project? (75–100 words)

2) Describe how you would obtain, from others, agreement for the project. (75–100 words)

3) Describe the change management process. (75–100 words)

Activity 6
What is scope change control and once change has been accepted, what should occur? (25–75 words)

Activity 7
1) Why isn’t completing a project the same thing as ending the project management process? (75–100 words)

2) List the five processes included in project scope management. (50–75 words)

4) What is the role of feedback in the review process? (75–100 words)

6) Describe WBS and the role of templates in WBS. (75–100 words)

7) What is the difference between project management and change management? (50–75 words)

9) What is the purpose of project initiation documentation? (50–75 words)

BSBWHS401 – Implement and monitor WHS policies, procedures and program requirements
Please answer the following questions in 75-100 words:
1) Explain some provisions of WHS legislation that is relevant to Australian workplaces

2) Explain some provisions of WHS regulations that are relevant to Australian workplaces.

3) Explain some provisions of WHS codes of practice that are relevant to Australian workplaces.

4) Outline some examples of organisational WHS policies, procedures or programs.

5) Describe how organisations can ensure all employees understand their WHS policies, procedures or programs.

6) Outline ways that teams can be regularly provided with information about hazards and risk assessment and control outcomes.

7) Identify key communication techniques to provide clear explanations about WHS legislation and organisational policies and procedures.

8) Identify the types of training a team may require that are related to WHS legislation and regulations and organisational procedures.

9) Outline the ways you could identify the WHS training needs of a workplace team.

10) Give examples of the sorts of costs that could be incurred for WHS training within a team.

11) Suggest some ways the costs of WHS training can be estimated and determined in order to report back to management.

12) Provide some ways to categorise hazards in the workplace.

13) Explain the purpose of hazard identification by giving some methods for hazard identification.

14) Explain the methods that can be used to identify, analyse and report inadequacies in existing risk controls.

15) Outline the steps to report risk control inadequacies.

16) Give examples of how outcomes of reports can be promptly monitored when inadequacies have been identified.

17) What is aggregate information and data?

18) Give examples of where you can collect aggregate information and data.

19) Outline the legal responsibilities and duties of managers, supervisors, persons conducting businesses or undertakings (PCBUs) and workers in relation to WHS risk management in the workplace.

20) Explain the importance of effective consultation mechanisms in managing health and safety risks in the workplace.

21) Explain how the hierarchy of control applies in the work area.

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