pesticides in food chains with bioamplification)
b) Uses of the substances in the actual premises or operation, with details of production, handling, storage and transportation procedur, and possible hazards presented.
c) the potential route into the body in the specific industry you have selected,
d) pathophysiology relating to potentially effected organs or tissues (targets), given exposure action on relevant bodily structures or functions. Comments on their action on Sensitive Individuals (MSIs), such as pregnant women, and Most Exposed Individuals (MEIs), such as chemical handlers. In this regard information in Safety Data Sheets (SDSs), which are produced for every chemical supplied by bulk suppliers, can give useful guidance. Do not, however, merely “lift” information from MSDSs as they are lay documents written in a very abbreviated style and most parts of the audit required consideration and discussion of a range of information.
e) Recommendations eliminate or minimise the risk associated with their use in those specific premises (ie: not in general). We will discuss in relation to the hierarchy of control used in OHS/WHS to eliminate/minimize the risk of exposure.
— Reference List – APA 7th Edition is the style for this subject
— Appendices – including the full inventory of chemicals and SDS for your top 4 chemicals.
— Any diagrams or photographs (which you have been permitted to take at the premises) to illustrate points made in the Audit. — The risk matrix for evaluating the risk https. ;,.,www.westernsydney.edu.at, _data iasset,word_doc/0010/ 22996/WHS_Risk_Assessment_Form_V1.4.docx — Legal requirements for chemical use and storage in the workplace — https://www.safeworkaustralia.gov.au/doc /hazardous- chemicals- register. fact, sheet — https://www.safeworkaustralia .gov . au /doc / model- code practice managing risks- hazardous- chemicals. workplace
Resources will be provided on vI.JWS and in tutorial relating to the assessment.