If you haven't done these eights things, you're contravening the OHS Act
There are eight things you must do to comply with the OHS Act.
If you don't do them, not only are you breaking the law, but your employees are also in danger.
If you haven't done these things, your business could be in serious trouble. So check if you've done them today...
The DoL will find you guilty of non-compliance if you haven't done these eight things
You're guilty of non-compliance if you haven't:
You must give your employees health and safety training. This training helps keep them safe by following your rules for safe work.
2. Supplied your employees with personal protective equipment (PPE)
You must give your employees PPE to help protect them against injuries.
You must do a risk assessment to identify the risks in your workplace. This is vital in protecting your employees from danger.
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Attention! Health and Safety specialists face fines imposed by the DoL!
Recently, the Department of Labour (DoL) conducted over 190,000 impromptu health and safety inspections. It even shut down a company for failing to comply with the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).
Employers have been warned that there will be many more inspections.
You must have a health and safety representative as he is the voice of your employees in health and safety matters.
5. Put safety equipment in place
You must put protective safety equipment every where your employees come into contact with danger.
You need a file with all the relevant health and safety documents in it. This helps you keep track of your health and safety programme.
8. Appointed first aiders and given them first aid kits
The OHS Act states you must have at least one first aider if you have more than ten employees. You also need a fully stocked first aid kit.
If you haven't done any of these, your company is guilty of non-compliance. Do them today before the DoL finds you guilty.
PS: We strongly recommend you check out the Health & Safety Advisor
. It gives you tips, tools and advice to comply with the OHS Act and regulations.
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