CPPSEC2011B CONTROL ACCESS TO & EXIT RESPONSE PREMISE
CPPSEC2011B Control Access to & Exit From Premises
This unit of competency specifies the outcomes required to monitor and manage the access and exit of persons and vehicles from premises. It requires the ability to manage people, inspect baggage and vehicles, and manage vehicular traffic.
These units may form part of the licensing requirements for persons engaged in security operations in those states and territories where these are regulated activities.
Application of the units
These units of competency have wide application in the security industry in those roles involving operational activities. Competency requires legal and operational knowledge applicable to relevant sectors of the security industry. The knowledge and skills described in this unit are to be applied within relevant legislative and organisational guidelines.
Notes to the assessor
- Ensure the student reads each of the case scenarios for this unit of competency before commencing.
- This assessment is to be conducted in the student’s own time. Notes, textbooks and computers may be used.
- The student must complete his/her own work without assistance from other persons:
- Predetermine the timeframe for the assessment and advise the student.
- Unless otherwise specified, the student’s answers should be 100 to 250 words.
- The student must answer and/or respond to all of the requirements of the assessment tasks. The student’s answers and/or responses must align with AQF level 2 according to the Australian Qualification Framework 2013.
- Each aspect of the assessment tasks must be assessed as satisfactory in order for the student to achieve a satisfactory result.
- The student will be given the opportunity to be assessed as satisfactory.
- Assessors are encouraged to provide feedback and coaching, if required, with a view to assisting the student to achieve competency.
- Complete the assessment sign off sheet with the student.
- Return the completed assessment, all supporting documents and material, and assessment sign off sheet to the RTO as soon as possible after the completion of the assessment.
Assessment Task 1
The student must explain how he / she would accurately identify, assess and report on risks and hazards in their workplace?
The response must demonstrate the following:
- Identify organisational OHS procedures
- Understanding of common risks and hazards in the workplace
- Techniques for identifying, assessing and reporting risks and hazards
- Knowledge of reporting procedures
- An understanding of own limits and authority
Assessment Task 2
The student must explain how he / she would deal with the emergency situation in the case scenario, step-by-step, thinking of evacuation plans.
The response must be well thought out and follow a logical sequence. Two (2) of the following key points must be included:
- Follow emergency procedures
- Notification of relevant persons
- Request for assistance
- Accurate reporting of response
Assessment Task 3
The student must explain how a security officer in an organisation can contribute to and encourage colleagues to participate in workplace health and safety, to ensure currency, knowledge of issues, practice and compliance.
The response must include two (2) of the following key points:
- Create rapport with colleagues
- Hold regular meetings
- Ask questions
- Effective observation skills to identify risks
- Active listening
- Ensure everyone knows what is expected of them
- Ensure policies are up-to-date and easily accessible
- Explain benefits of a sage workplace to employees
- Lead by example
- Contribute OHS arrangements
- Act on issues immediately
- Adequate reporting system
Assessment Task 4
The student must complete the risk management pro-forma provided, using the case scenario.
The response must demonstrate an understanding of risk assessment procedures. The completed pro-forma must be accurately filled in, noting the absence of a second exit, and show a logical process of control measures. The response must include evidence of the correct use of the risk assessment matrix.
Assessment Task 5
The student must explain the meaning of each symbol.
The response must be as follows:
- First aid
- Hearing protection must be worn
- Eye protection must be worn
- Beware radiation
Assessment Task 6
The student must use the information from the case scenario and fill out the visitor pass. The completed visitor pass must be fully and completely processed, demonstrating the ability to complete basic documentation.
Assessment Task 7
The student must use the information from the case scenario and fill in the visitor register. The completed visitor register must be fully and completely processed, demonstrating the ability to complete basic documentation.
Assessment Task 8
The student must discuss how to respond to the prohibited and dangerous items.
The response must demonstrate an understanding that safety is paramount at all times.
The response must discuss one (1) of the following key points:
- Follow organisational policy
- Identify prohibited and dangerous items
- Follow standard response procedures
- Deal with each issue
- Ensure safety of self and others
Assessment Task 9
The student must write how to communicate with a migrant with a low level of English speaking and comprehension.
The response must demonstrate an understanding of the need to show respect for cultural differences and adjust communication style to suit the listener. The student must write what would actually be said. The response must be:
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Assessment Task 10
The student must use the case scenario to fill in the shipping receipt, check and correct where required.
The response must be completed in full and demonstrate the ability to fill in basic documentation.
- Lectures 0
- Quizzes 0
- Duration 50 hours
- Skill level All levels
- Language English
- Students 0
- Assessments Yes