Essay Report – Comparative Risk Assessment Occupational Risk Assessment

Guidelines for completion Overall language and formatting (2 points) Title Page (1 point)
Introduction. Explain the case by detailing the risks, affected populations, sources and all other relevant information the clearly explains the case. (4 points)

Goals and objectives. Prove that the case is something that deserves attention and can be addressed using comparative risk assessment or occupational risk assessment. (2 points)

Comparative risk assessment system. Explain how you conducted your comparative risk assessment study (committee structure, steps followed, indicators used to rank the risk and all other steps implemented by your study system). (5 points)

Or Occupational risk assessment process. Explain how you conducted your occupational risk assessment using the system explain in the lecture materials. (5 points)

Recommendations. Identify the measure that must be implemented to manage the risk identified by your comparative risk assessment. If you chose an workplace risk case, propose a management plan for that case using standard hierarchy of controls in the lecture materials, starting from top to bottom. If any level is not applicable explain why. (4 points)
Citation and references (2 points)
Two points will be deducted for late submission without accepted excuse.

If you exceed the similarity index of 25%, you can resubmit within 48 hours of the deadline or subjected to 3 points deduction.


Format:

12-point Times New Roman, 1.5-line spacing, 2.5 cm margins
The name of the topic on the top of the first page, your name, the date, and the course number on the first page after the topic title and assessment type and number
Word length: 2000

Social Work with Individuals– Practice Skills: Goal Setting Risk Assessment

Write a 2-page paper. Each question is to be answered separately. Field site: Macro Social Work Part 1 1. How is goal setting and intervention planning managing at your field site? (1 page) 2. Describe What elements of goal setting and intervention planning are challenging for you at this stage of your learning process. (1 page) Part 2: Planning Change Strategies Activity (Write 1-page paper).

Planning Change Strategies Activity. Each paragraph needs to have a heading. Each paragraph is to be done separately. Use the “Teen Suicide Risk Assessment Interview – Educational video (enactment)\” and Hepworth’s Ch. 13. You will choose 1 model of intervention (Task Centered, Crisis Intervention, Cognitive Restructuring, Solution Focused Brief Treatment, or Case Management) which will best help your client meet their goals. Link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WdC3nhxA66U to the “Teen Suicide Risk Assessment Interview – Educational video (enactment)”

Describe Why this intervention was chosen in alignment with the goal. Your writing should have a professional tone, and be understandable to other professionals who may encounter this client. Lastly, to ensure you are considering evidence that states your client’s presenting problem can be addressed by the chosen intervention, add a citation of where you found that information to support your plan. Note: Remember, for the purpose of this activities, you are the Social Worker at the Community Counseling Center where the client arrived after discharge from the hospital. Example Goal: Client A.A. will identify distorted thinking (specific and feasible) with daily (measurable) journal entries. (Write 8 sentences)

Intervention: Cognitive restructuring focused on assisting client with identifying distorted thinking and beliefs. (Write 8 sentences) Reason for choosing the intervention: Client A.A. reports that she will never be happy if now that her relationship has ended. A.A. has distorted thinking which impacts her emotions negatively. Cognitive restructuring to address maladaptive cognitive schemas (Hepworth, 2017, p. XXX) [Write 8 sentences]

Risk Assessment Report Description

As the safety manager for FareGo Aviation, you are responsible for the risk assessment in the company. Your efforts to stimulate people to report has paid off. Now, you have a large dataset of safety reports which requires deep analysis. As a graduate from Griffith Aviation, you remembered that there is a methodology to assess multiple safety reports, which is based on the modified bow-tie model.

Therefore, in this assessment, you are requested to prepare a risk assessment report based on the safety reports found on the database. The risk assessment should be conducted according to the modified bow-tie methodology and encompass at least 20 safety reports from one of the four different scenarios (more information on Scenario section). The report structure must contain: 1) Introduction: In the introduction, you must state the purpose of the risk assessment and the safety event common to all safety reports. 2) Methodology In this part, you should provide the list of the safety reports analysed, including the ACN and the synopsis (do not include the narrative). You also should model the risk by using the modified bow-tie model framework.

You must identify in the model at least three contributing factors to the hazard, one hazard and one hazard consequence. These elements should cover the majority of the safety reports if not all. 3) Risk Assessment: In this section, you must justify each element of your risk model, including the contributing factors to the hazard, the hazard, and the hazard consequence. You are also required to justify how these elements relate to each other. This requires consistency and coherence. In the second part, you must provide and justify the severity and probability of the hazard consequence. In addition, you must only list (no need to justify) the risk index and the tolerability of the hazard consequence using ICAO\’s 5×5 risk matrix and tolerability.

4) Conclusion You must conclude the report providing two safety recommendations for the hazard consequence. Each recommendation should be related to your risk assessment, feasible, achievable and realistic, but doesn\’t need to exist. Be pragmatic when proposing a safety recommendation. 5) References Any references used must be proper listed after the conclusion using APA6 formatting system. Scenarios You can choose the dataset from one of the five differente scenarios below. The dataset was extracted from NASA ASRS database taking one organisation as a reference and a period of time.

1) ATC: Denver ATC Issues, Jan18 Dec20 (62 reports) Denver_ATC Issues_ Jan18Nov20.xlsx 2) Aircraft Manufacturer: Part61 Anomaly Small Aircraft JanDec19 (454 reports) Part61_Anomaly_Small Aircraft_JanDec19.xlsx 3) Flight School: Cessna 150-182 JanDec2019 (178 reports) Training_Cessna 150-182R_JanDec19.xlsx 4) Airport: SFO Airport, Jan 2019- Nov 2020 (43 Reports) SFO Airport_Jan19Nov20.xlsx 5) Airline: B737 NexGen JanDec19 (648 Reports) Airline_B737NexGen_JanDec19.xlsx

Rubric Outstanding Very good Pass Some aspects lacking Unacceptable Introduction (15%) Introduction gives an overview, clearly and succinctly stating the purpose of the risk assessment and the safety event common to all safety reports. Introduction gives an overview, clearly stating the purpose of the risk assessment and the safety event common to all safety reports. States the purpose of the risk assessment. States the safety event common to all safety reports. Purpose is inconsistent with the given task or lacking in clarity. Safety event is not common to all safety reports. No purpose stated. No safety event stated. Methodology (15%)

Provide a list of the safety reports analysed including the ACN. Provide a list of the safety reports analysed including the ACN. Provide a list of the safety reports analysed including the ACN. List incomplete. List does not include ACN. List not provided or unclear. Use of at least 20 safety reports. High-quality risk modelling using the modified bow-tie model properly. Use of at least 20 safety reports. Accurate use of the completed modified bow-tie model. Use of at least 20 safety reports. Provide the completed modified bow-tie model. Less than 20 safety reports used. Modified bow-tie model not used correctly. Less than 10 safety reports used Modified bow-tie model not used.

Risk Modelling (25%) High-quality justification of each element of the risk model (three contributing factors to the hazard, one hazard and one hazard consequence). Clear, consistent and coherent justification of each element of the risk model (three contributing factors to the hazard, one hazard and one hazard consequence). Simple justification of each element of the risk model (three contributing factors to the hazard, one hazard and one hazard consequence). Explanation of contributing factors but no supporting evidence to justify each element of the risk model (three contributing factors to the hazard, one hazard and one hazard consequence) OR less than the minimum elements. Explanation of all elements of the risk model (three contributing factors to the hazard, one hazard and one hazard consequence) not provided.

Justification of how the elements relate to each other shows carefully constructed complex thinking. Justification of how the elements relate to each other shows evidence of articulated thinking. Justification of how these elements relate to each other. Explanation of how elements relate to each other, but no supporting evidence to justify. Explanation of how the elements relate to each other not provided. Risk Assessment (15%) Provide and justify the severity and probability of each hazard consequence with reference to the modified bow-tie model in a format that clearly informs. Provide and justify the severity and probability of each hazard consequence with reference to the modified bow-tie model. Provide and justify the severity and probability of the hazard consequence. Provide the severity and probability of the hazard consequence but do not justify.

Probability and tolerability not given. Correctly and succinctly list the risk index and the tolerability of the hazard consequence. Succinctly list the risk index and the tolerability of the hazard consequence. List the risk index and the tolerability of the hazard consequence. Risk index and tolerability listed for the hazard consequence not correctly assigned. Do not present the risk index or the tolerability for the hazard consequence. Conclusion (5%) Conclusion provides two pragmatic safety recommendations cohesively related back to the modified bow-tie model. Conclusion provides two pragmatic safety recommendations related to the modified bow-tie model.

Conclusion provides two acceptable safety recommendations somehow related to the modified bow-tie model. Conclusion provides only one safety recommendation, or the two safety recommendations are not directly related to the modified bow-tie model. No conclusion is given or the safety recommendation does not make sense. Recommendations (15%) Recommendations extrapolate the standard used in the industry. Recommendations are feasible, achievable and realistic. Recommendations are not entirely feasible, achievable and realistic. Some recommendations are not feasible, achievable and realistic No recommendation has been provided or both recommendations are not feasible, achievable and realistic. Writing (10%)

Language features and structures are used to convey meaning clearly, concisely, unambiguously, cohesively and in a tone appropriate to the audience and purpose with no spelling, grammatical, or punctuation errors. Language features and structures are used to convey meaning, clearly, concisely, unambiguously, and in a tone appropriate to the audience and purpose with minor spelling, grammatical, or punctuation errors. The meaning is apparent to the reader and there is some cohesion, although text contains some intrusive errors in spelling, grammar, word choice, and structure, and lacks clarity occasionally.

The meaning is apparent to the reader with some effort, despite frequent errors in spelling, grammar, word choice, and structure. The meaning is often not apparent to the reader without effort. Frequent errors in spelling, grammar, word choice, and structure. Word count follows guidelines. References, if any, are properly cited and formatted according to APA6. Word count follows guidelines. References, if any, are properly cited and formatted according to APA6. Word count follows guidelines. References, if any, are properly cited and formatted according to APA6. Word count exceeds or falls short of guidelines by more than 10%. References, if any, are incorrectly cited or not formatted according to APA6. Word count exceeds or falls short of guidelines by more than 10%.

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