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Your health and safety compliance depends on this one thing

by , 13 October 2014
The Department of Labour (DoL) is very strict about health and safety compliance. If it catches you not complying, it will punish you or even sentence you to jail.

This is a risk you can't afford to take.

To avoid this, you have to follow the rules and comply with the OHS Act.

And your compliance success depends on this one thing...

You must do this to successfully comply with the OHS Act

 
If you want to achieve successful health and safety compliance in your workplace, you need to make it a constant process. This is what your compliance depends on.
 
The reason for this is health and safety in your workplace needs to constantly change and adapt to new risks.
 
Otherwise, new dangers can develop and put your employees in harms way. If you do nothing about these dangers, you're no longer complying with the OHS Act because it's all about keeping your employees safe.
 
Here's what you should do to ensure you make health and safety compliance an ongoing process.
 
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Do these three things to constantly maintain and improve health and safety

1. Risk assessments
Regular risk assessments will help you identify new risks as they develop so you can deal with them.

2. Internal health and safety inspections
Health and safety inspections help you assess the overall condition of your workplace and the effectiveness of your safety procedures.

3. Internal health and safety audits
These help you assess your company's compliance with health and safety laws before the DoL has a chance to.
 
Doing these three things will help you constantly maintain and improve health and safety so you always comply with the OHS Act.
 
For more advice on how to maintain your OHS Act compliance, we recommend you check out the Health and Safety Advisor


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