Task One

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Task 1 : introduce your business

a. Briefly describe the type of business size and number of employees .

Bankstown Lidcombe Hospital is a principal referral group A1B hospital with tertiary affiliations to the University of NSW, University of Sydney and University of Western Sydney providing a wide range of general medical and surgical services and sub-specialty services to a local Bankstown/Canterbury community. It is part of South Western Sydney Local Health District.it has 454 beds and over 1400 emloyes between doctors , nurses , radiolgiest , administration , and other services .

b. Laws are put into place to protect everyone - the customer, the employee and the company. You are not expected to be a lawyer, but being aware of the relevant legislations will help your organisation run more smoothly and avoid complications in the future, such as getting tied up in lengthy legal battles for unfair staff dismissal etc.

Some of the common legislations applicable to traders include the Consumer Protection Act 1987 and the Consumer Protection from Unfair Trading Regulations 2008. These regulations are put into place to protect the consumers' rights and ensure they receive good quality products or services at all times.

Duty of care : The responsibility or the legal obligation of a person or organization to avoid acts or omissions (which can be reasonably foreseen) to be likely to cause harm to others.

Accessible parking

Bankstown-Lidcombe Hospital has a number of accessible parking spaces for people displaying their current Mobility Parking Scheme permit. The parking spaces outside of the carpark are drop off zones and are timed to a maximum of 30 minutes . Fines will apply if this time is exceeded. Please note that parking within the carpark will incur a fee. If you visit the Hospital regularly and are having difficulty meeting parking costs,…...

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