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Why we need an OHS system:

Such penalties on companies and tedious personal liabilities of directors and managers make it imperative to meet OH & S compliance standards applicable to the business. A simple and effective OH & S system is essential. Complying with it is even more essential. And being able to prove you have complied with it is vital. Developing and implementing an OH & S system is not as complicated and demanding as you think. You can have an OH & S system that is painless to set up and easy to maintain by following these easy steps towards OH & S compliance guide.

  • Committing and Planning for OH & S.
  • Record Management and Documentation.
  • Consult with workers and provide training.
  • Risk Management.
  • Injury Management.
  • Emergency Response Planning.
  • Review and Evaluation of your OH & S system.

Public liability Insurance & Product

No: B0391TCI708545
Exp: 26/09/2019
Cover: $20 Million

Workers Compensation

No: 107866401
Exp: 30/06/2019

Professional Indemnity

No: 9006869PIN
Exp: 26/09/2019
Cover: $1 Milion one claim.
Cover: $2 Milion

S.A.F.E: A formula for making the work place safe

See it

  • Talk to the workers- They are exposed to work place hazards and risk everyday.
  • Perform workplace inspection.

Assess it

  • How likely is it to cause an injury or an incident?
  • How severe would be the consequences if an incident occurred?

Fix it

  • Elimination, Substitution, Isolation, Engineering, Administration and Providing PPE

Evaluate it

  • Did you eliminate the hazard?
  • Have there been any incidents since implementing the control measures?
  • How safe is to work now with the control measures compared to before?
  • Are there any other control measures that should be implemented?
  • Are there any hazards that have not been identified?

Strategies to plan for an emergency:

  • Did you eliminate the hazard?
  • Ensure all emergency equipment such as extinguishers and first aid kits are inspected and maintained on a scheduled basis.
  • Develop procedure for various emergency situations such as evacuation, evasive actions, containment of threat and first aid treatment.
  • Provide fire warden and first aid training.
  • Make emergency training part of the induction process.

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