2020 Beirut Port Explosion OM 3070 Health and Safety Environmental Management Systems

Programme                              : BSc (Hons.) Health, Safety and Environmental Management

Module Code/Module Title    : OM 3070 Health and Safety Environmental Management Systems 

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Assessment Title/ Number      : CW 1 Assignment

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You are encouraged to word process your assessment, and hand-written work is not acceptable. 
  You are required to submit this assessment electronically through UCLan blackboardYES

Instructions:

  • This paper contains 1 questions/task.
  • Answer the questions / complete the tasks fully with all possible evidence for achieving the learning outcome/s.
  • This task is worth 50% of the module mark.
Please do not submit this assessment brief with your work.

The Task                                                      

This task requires you to discuss the 2020 Beirut Port Explosion. You are to observe the following sections and compile a full report of approximately One Thousand Five Hundred (1,500) words. The report should contain:

  1. Brief Introduction
  2. Background of the Incident
  3. Discussion on the responsibilities and roles of senior management, safety supervisors and safety advisers with regards to the health and safety of the port
  4. Discussion on the possible root cause(s) of the incident from your knowledge of incident/accident investigation.
  5. Discussion on appropriate control measures that would be required to prevent a similar occurrence of incident in the future.
  6. Conclusion and Recommendations
  7. References

Note:

  • You are expected to provide reference to your work which otherwise, will put yourself under the risk of “PLAGIARISM”.
  • Section headings should be strictly mentioned in your report which otherwise, will result in the deduction of marks.

Specifications for writing the report:

  1. Use preferably Microsoft Word for submitting the report. Use A-4 size paper and portrait settings, leaving 2.5 cm (or) 1’’ inch margins in all the four sides.
  2. The Section Headings should be bold and Capitalize Each Word.
  3. Body text should be Times New Roman font with 12 point, 1.5 spacing. Text should be justified leaving one blank line between two paragraphs.
  4. The entire report should be numbered consecutively, starting with the introduction page. A title page and content page should be included before your actual work however they should be numbered.
  5. The number of words must be shown at the end of the work submitted.
  6. The report should contain a title page and table of content page before starting the introduction; however, these pages will not be counted in the total word count of the report.
  7. The report should contain substantial number of references taken from a range of sources especially journals
  8. Whenever ANY words, ideas, or information from any source (it includes map drawings, photographs, illustrations, diagrams etc.) is used in preparing the report, it must be supported with suitable evidence and has to be referenced. If the exact words of an author, or if you paraphrase their words, or if you summarize their ideas, the original reference should be provided, which otherwise would lead to plagiarism and your work could be failed. For referencing follow the Harvard Referencing System.
  • Marking Criteria
 LEVEL SIX
FIRST   (80-100%)Written work is directly relevant to the title. Knowledge and understanding is comprehensive in both breadth and depth. Student demonstrates an exceptional ability to contextualise, to critically appreciate concepts and their inter-relationship, and/or to relate theory with evidence. Exceptional ability to apply, in the right measure, the skills necessary to achieve a desired outcome. Evidence of very extensive, if not exhaustive reading and study beyond the course content. Clear evidence of independent thought. The presentation is highly sophisticated, fluent and accurate and in an appropriate format. The material is presented in a focused way, so as to help sustain the argument. Citation and referencing are impeccable. The work may be as good, if not better, than you imagine a professional tutor could write, and is possibly of publishable quality.
FIRST   (70-79%)Written work is directly relevant to the title. Knowledge and understanding is comprehensive in both breadth and depth. Student demonstrates a clear ability to contextualise, to critically appreciate concepts and their inter-relationship, and/or to relate theory with evidence. Outstanding ability to apply, in the right measure, the skills necessary to achieve a desired outcome. Evidence of extensive reading and study beyond the course content. Clear evidence of independent thought. The presentation is highly sophisticated, fluent and accurate and in an appropriate format. The material is presented in a focused way, so as to help sustain the argument. Citation and referencing are impeccable.
UPPER SECOND   (60-69%)Written work is directly relevant to the title. The knowledge-base is up-to-date and relevant, but may also be broad or deep. Work reflects a thorough grasp of concepts and of the inter-relationship, and a significant ability to relate theory to practice. The presentation is very good and in an appropriate format, the material generally well focused, reflecting a high degree of literacy. Arguments may sometimes be outstanding and reflective of genuine independent thought, but are not always consistently at that level. Material is very well presented and citation and referencing are very good.
LOWER SECOND   (50-59%)Written work is directly relevant to the title. Arguments may be generally relevant but not necessarily comprehensive. The student displays an awareness of what concepts are, but the ability to conceptualise, and/or to relate theory to evidence, is clearly limited. Frequent use of assertion rather than argument. Grammar and spelling sound, but perhaps with occasional lapses. Material is well presented and in an appropriate format. Citation and referencing are generally good but may contain some errors.
THIRD   (40-49%)Written work is predominantly relevant to the title. Knowledge is adequate but limited and/or superficial, with a tendency to inaccuracy. Limited awareness of concepts. Limited ability to contextualise, and to relate theory to evidence. Frequently, evidence (which may be accurate) is deployed superficially with lack of focus. Almost always offers description/assertion rather than argument. Grammar may be poor, or the linkage between paragraphs may be weak. Competent presentation and an acceptable format, although deficiencies are clearly evident. Citation and referencing are present but may contain quite a few errors.
COMPENSATABLE FAIL   (35-39%)At least 45% of material presented is relevant but there may be limited reference to the question. A generally poor but compensatable answer with extensive errors and omissions, or a substantial answer on the general topic in which the specific, central question is misinterpreted or avoided, or a very good essay in note form. Presentation is poor and sometimes inarticulate. Little evidence of appropriate reading but citation and referencing must be present, although there may be a substantial number of errors. (Note – absence of citation and referencing at Level 3 must be regarded as a clear failure and must be awarded <30%))..
UNCOMPENSATABLE FAIL   (30-34%)presented is relevant but there may be limited reference to the question. A generally poor but compensatable answer with extensive errors and omissions, or a substantial answer on the general topic in which the specific, central question is misinterpreted or avoided, or a very good essay in note form. Presentation is poor and sometimes inarticulate. Little evidence of appropriate reading but citation and referencing must be present, there may be a substantial number of errors. (Note – absence of citation and referencing at Level 3 must be regarded as a clear failure and must be awarded <30%).
FAIL   (20-29%)Less than 40% of material presented is relevant. . A generally weak answer with extensive errors and omissions, or a quite substantial answer on the general topic in which the specific, central question is misinterpreted or avoided. Limited understanding demonstrated. Presentation is poor, often inarticulate and sometimes incomprehensible. Very limited evidence of background reading; citation and referencing may be absent
FAIL   (10-19%)An exceptionally poor answer with extensive errors and omissions and limited evidence of relevant knowledge, or a good essay in note form. Presentation is very poor, often inarticulate and incomprehensible. No evidence of background reading.
FAIL   (0-9%)Answer not attempted, or limited to only a few paragraphs, or of little or no relevance to the general topic of the question. Zero is reserved for failure to attempt an answer, or no, or late submission.
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