Participate actively in the discussion forum on OHS.
Open the attached document with a set of tasks for you to explore.
Your task: Download the attached word document and:Look up the Occupational Health and Safety Act 2004 (OHS Act). Find out who is responsible for workplace safety and who has duty of care at a workplace.
Define the term ‘hazard’ in a OHS context. Define the SAM principle and what the Think Safe steps are! State six methods to respond to a hazard
Upload your completed document
The Forum and the task are available on MyKangan. Please participate in the forum. A humorous response is more than welcome as long as it is in context and not vulgar.
All the tasks from previous weeks can be uploaded as well.
This week you will have two tasks, please check for a second task by the end of the week. The focus of this week is (how to) Promote team effectiveness.
You will closely work with this excellent online resource: MindTools.com. Make sure to bookmark it, it will prove useful on many occasions.
Download the task below. Complete it and e-mail a copy to me (see e-mail in document). Upload the document to MyKangan (Moodle) and keep a copy of the completed task.
Illustration by Jessie Ford, found on DzineBlog.com
Photomontage: Amir Ebrahim Photography
I Want You – Emily Strange, The lovable Emily Strange came to life in 1991, designed by Nathan Carrico for Santa Cruz Skateboards. She is referred to as a counterculture icon. I would just call her a sceptic. Image found at: Kollectable Kaos
Custom Shapes and Custom Shape Icon
Jenga, photo courtesy of: Design-Crit.com
Vista Lighting Effect – Courtesy of: Tutorial9
He loves OHS! – Photo by Karpati Gabor on morgueFile
Luminescent Lines – Courtesy of: PSDLearning
Image from morgueFile by lemai13
The gentle curve of the river and the light green tones of the grass give this image a calming feel. The montains and the clouds have a less calming effect. Image: courtesy of Icon Photography School – http://www.photographyicon.com/line/
Text-based Table of Content – Very Graphic and Black and White- found at: Smashing Magazine (click image for inspiring article on table of content design)
Found at Inc.com
Colourful Table of Content – Ribbons in Primary Colours – found at: LifeBlue.com
Examples of Output and Display for web-content. Image: live.surveyshack.com
Vertical lines of a dark fence, image courtesy of p.ic – Photo Internet Collection – www.photoic.wordpress.com, photographer: Federico Viola
Work by Justin Anderson
Light Streaks – Courtesy of: PhotoshopEssentials
This is a template for a business website found at TemplateMonster. It is interesting in the sense that it breaks up the main image as part of the navigation. The sound it comes with is annoying.
Massive Attack – The Essential Mix
Based on a photo by delboysafa from morgueFile.com
Study – Lines and Grace Kelly – by Federico Viola photo: courtesy of GettingCheeky.com and curved lines wallpaper: courtesy of FreeFever.com
From ‘Henri’s Walk to Paris’ 1962 – children’s book by Saul Bass Found at: Brainpickings.org
Colours, Numbers and Boxes – very happy and alive, personally I do not like the distortion of the word content – found at: Flickr
Photo by frenchbyte on morgueFile
The swirls in the image are made up of numerous lines. Courtesy of: www.openprocessing.org
Based on photo by dhester from morgueFile.com
Screenshot from What’s Your Story by Joyce Hostyn
Layers in Photoshop are like a Collage of images stuck on top of each other…
Experimental Photomontage by Robert Heinecken
Multimedia Production Cycle – This image is under the Creative Common Agreement, you can use it but will need to reference this site: www.classoffederico.wordpress.com
Swiss travel poster from 1934 by Herbert Matter – Source: http://swisstype.wordpress.com/work/
Illustration: Tavis Coburn – Illustration for for an article predicting trends in Apple’s mobile strategy. Found on: TavisCoburn.com
Free Transform and Ctrl – I am loving it!!!
Photo by clarita on morgueFile
Photo by DTL on morgueFiles
Table of Content from Textbook – This design lends itself to an interactive use – found at: Smashing Magazine (click image for inspiring article on table of content design)
Poppies – Vector art Federico Viola based on photo by hotblack from morgueFile
Photo by ariadna on morgueFile
Fruity Design – This is great for a menu, very appetizing thumbnails – found at: WeddingPhotography.com
Italian movie poster found on Abduzeedo.com
The Face by drfranken found on ChromoArt.de
Screenshot of Endless Alphabet 2, courtesy of AppsPlayground.com
Illustration: Jamie McKelvie – Art Brut Record
Uncle Sam Wants You, WWI Propaganda Poster for US Army recruits, Design by James Montgomery Flagg, 1916, image found at: Live Auctioneers