Example of graded assessment advice extracted from unit BSBOHS406A Use equipment to conduct workplace monitoring Aspects of Evidence that are performance indicators for a “pass”: Provides evidence of broad knowledge base, incorporating both practical exercises, and theoretical concepts to a wide variety of contexts, with depth in some areas. Ability to use basic measuring equipment and interpret results. Identifies, analyses and evaluates information/data from a variety of sources. Takes responsibility for own outputs in relation to specified quality standards. Applies solutions to a defined range of unpredictable problems. Identifies potential factors that may limit effectiveness of controls, and/or outcomes. Applies legal/organisational requirements to OHS workplace monitoring activities. Ability to systematically manage OHS, and prepare necessary reports for a range of target groups. To demonstrate performance at Credit and Distinction levels the following performance indicators will be used: Credit: Applies knowledge/skill to identify OHS risk and potential harm to individuals/ groups in the workplace. Depth/breadth of research, planning, forecasting, with broad knowledge of theoretical concepts, and applied analytical thought. Measures and monitors work flow, OHS planning and control in the workplace. Consults stakeholders and coordinates problem-solving, documentation, analysis and evaluation processes. Ability to maintain equipment used for workplace monitoring. Provides OHS risk control strategies and initiatives in line with organisation’s position and legislative requirements. Presents range of higher order thinking and analytical skills. Applies language and literacy skills appropriate to the workgroup and the task. Shows ability to act with integrity, ethics, clear thinking, as well as communicate and negotiate in a coherent and articulate manner. A credit grade can be granted on the basis of individual and/or collaborative performance, for unit work and/or projects. Distinction: Shows reasoning ability, methodical evaluation, timely feedback response, and accountability for quantitative, qualitative measurement. Differentiates situational/diversity needs, and manages potential risk effectively. Applies high level of negotiation, consultation, problem-solving, and organisational skills. Develops and applies strategic OHS goals, participates in continuous improvement of OHS monitoring equipment and procedures. Integrates future OHS monitoring plans and consultative measures to ensure the future health and safety of the organisation. Shows flexibility, originality, innovation, and creative exploration of a variety of risk control methods. Displays attitudes, ethics and values appropriate to the professional role. A distinction can only be awarded on the basis of individual performance, for unit work and/or projects.