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Note: Students may only enrol in this subject (TAS-ZAS9116) if they are admitted to the Undergraduate Certificate in Science. All other students should enrol in TAS-ZAS116.
Upon completion of this subject, the student should be able to:
- Describe the regulatory and broader stakeholder framework that applied science industries operate in
- Identify and apply established tools to navigate regulatory challenges of applied science industries
- Analyse potential ethical, environmental and economic risks of non-compliance with regulation in the context of applied science industry
- Mind Mapping
- Common Stakeholders
- Industry Specific Stakeholders
- Tools for Product Safety
- Tools for Environment & Biosecurity
- Identification of Hazards
- Tools for Business Practices
- Assessing Consequences and Likelihoods
- Mitigation of Risk
You cannot enrol in this subject if you have successfully completed any of the following subject(s) because they are considered academically equivalent:
No special requirements
In this subject, you will be introduced to the regulatory environment that applied science enterprises operate in. In particular, you will explore the regulatory challenges of product safety, biosecurity and environment protection, as well as business practices inherent in product development, manufacture and commercialisation. As an integral part of your studies you will gain familiarity with various bodies (including local, state and federal government) that regulate applied science enterprises. You will also learn how various tools including Australian and international standards support regulatory compliance by business. You will apply your knowledge to work-based scenarios that explore key compliance questions.
- Engagement Task 1: Industries of Interest (0%%)
- Engagement Task 2: Pros and Cons (0%%)
- Stakeholder Concept Map (20%%)
- Compliance Tool Application Presentation (40%%)
- Risk Management Plan – Workshop and Report (40%%)
Check the learning management system (LMS) of your university for textbook details.