Assessment task 4 says that you are required to develop portfolio content for five hazard topics (based on the hazard-related lectures). That is five out of: Chemical hazards; Electrical safety; Noise; Mechanical power; Biological hazards; Psycho-social hazards; Radiation safety. The requirements are listed on the Moodle site as the provision of the following content: â€¢ The significance of the problem (as it relates to the energy type) supported with a reference to at least one peer reviewed journal article â€¢ A description of underpinning science â€¢ Identification of hazardous situations or circumstances (e.g. industry type, occupation types, working conditions, etc.) â€¢ Measurement and evaluation information (e.g. measurements for energy levels, exposure limits, thresholds that inform the level or type of risk, etc.) â€¢ Safety strategies (e.g. regulations, codes of practice, Australian Standards and at least one peer reviewed journal article). The table on the next page clarifies the content for you and asks the same (or similar) of you but in a slightly different order, aimed to assist you in writing it. For assessment purposes, the qualities looked for in your content are: - Your portfolio is set out well, providing easy retrieval of information, which means essentially that you have a sensible structure of headings. In particular your response to each of the items in the Table below should be evident without searching through unstructured content. - Reference citations are given for all resources, in accordance with the Harvard style. - As this is a course in science, avoidance of all non-scientific terms or use of terms that have not been defined in an objective fashion (eg. Cause (and all its forms), Accident etc.) and use of terms that have been defined in this course.
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