ENGG5103 Safety Systems & Risk Analysis Assignment 1 – Case Study Report Report Due: 5pm Friday 23rd August, Week 4. Hand in report electronically vie e-learning. Time to complete: This assessment task should take the average student 10-15 hours to complete, including research time. Late Penalty: As for all other assessment tasks for this course, late penalties are 20% of the maximum possible mark per day or part thereof. Time of submission is logged via e-learning, note that the e-learning time may not be the same as your watch/phone/computer time! Weekends and public holidays are not included. Plagiarism: You must include a plagiarism compliance statement. Reports may be checked for plagiarism with an online system, please correctly use quotes from sources and reference them correctly as per the author/date or numbered system. Refer to the library webpage for guidance on referencing and plagiarism. Any report found to have been plagiarised will be processed as per the University’s plagiarism policy. Task Description: Written case study report (20% of course total assessment). Present a written technical (in report format as per lecture one guidelines) case study focusing on a major workplace safety incident that occurred (anywhere in the world). The emphasis and purpose of the report is to; research, describe and discuss the incident primarily in relation to the Safety Systems related to the event. • • • • • Describe the incident/event and possible causes of the event (including causes related to the management/operation of safety systems) Relate the incident/event to any failures in safety systems (including managerial) that were present Discuss what preventative measures could/should have been taken What changes would you suggest be made to limit the possibility of a repeat event occurring? How would you review the effectiveness of your proposed changes?
Word Limit: This Report should be approximately 2000-3000 words in length (not including the title...
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