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  • Who to appoint to make sure health and safety runs smoothly in your company
  • You can't manage the health and safety at your workplace alone. You must have people who can help you in different situations and at different levels of the organisation. But it's not just a good idea to appoint these people so they can help you. It's a legal requirement under the OHS Act. In fact, there are 33 different appointments you may have to make. Read on to find out what they are... ››› more
  • [08 April 2015]
  • Five important steps you must take when investigating an accident at your workplace
  • You can't afford to waste any time when it comes to investigating accidents at work! You must investigate an accident or near misses straight after it happens. Even minor accidents. So you need to be properly prepared. Why? Because you'll need to refer back to the report when you do your safety risk assessments! The point of your investigation is getting to the bottom of what caused the... ››› more
  • [08 April 2015]
  • Use these seven tips to conduct a perfect safety compliance audit!
  • You have to do a compliance audit to assess the degree of safety compliance with requirements of your site-specific health and safety risk management system. Not sure what that entails? Read on to find out... Here's how to do a safety compliance audit A compliance audit will help you see how effective your safety system is, and if it's achieving its objectives. To do one, you need to... ››› more
  • [17 March 2015]
  • Four types of safety audits you need to know to make sure yours runs smoothly!
  • The different types of audits review different information. You need to do all four to help see if you're in line with OHS lAct, your company-specific risk profile, and standard health and safety requirements. Read on for the four types of safety audits you need to know about to make sure yours runs smoothly! Before you can start conducting your audit, you need to know the different type... ››› more
  • [09 March 2015]
  • This is the best way to avoid DoL health and safety fines
  • If a DoL inspector comes into your workplace and discovers you haven't complied with the OHS Act, he'll punish you. These punishments can range from a simple slap on the wrist and an instruction fix your mistakes to possible jail time. The best way to avoid this is to monitor your own compliance and fix any areas you find gaps in. But how do you do this? There's actually a simple and... ››› more
  • [19 November 2014]
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