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  • No more hiding! Encourage your employees to report incidents with these seven tips
  • When it comes to 'promoting a culture of health and safety' in the workplace, one of the most important aspects is to encourage employees to report incidents in the workplace. Doing so will ensure that hazards and risks in the workplace are dealt with before they can affect someone else, which could put your business in a risky legal position. To promote a culture of reporting incidents in ... ››› more
  • [14 June 2017]
  • I bet you don't know the difference between these three risk assessment essentials!
  • Here's how you can be 100% sure your risk assessments are legally compliant... Remember, you must do a risk assessment to be compliant with the OHS Act! Do you know the difference between these three simple, but essential risk assessment terms: A danger, a hazard and a risk? I know it sounds silly, but I recently attended a seminar on Risk Assessments and you wouldn't... ››› more
  • [24 May 2017]
  • Use these seven tips to improve ventilation in your workplace - or face penalties
  • Use these seven tips to improve ventilation in your workplace - or face penalties
    If your employees are experiencing headaches, dizziness, sinus congestion, itchy or watery eyes, scratchy throats and an inability to concentrate at work, poor ventilation is probably to blame. And if you don't improve the ventilation in your workplace, you'll risk your business facing hefty penalties or even getting shut down! It will also contribute to unproductivity and increased sick leave ... ››› more
  • [11 April 2017]
  • Does your Health and Safety Representative perform these five key tasks?
  • As an employer you know it's key to improve the health and safety of your workplace. But important tasks can be overlooked or forgotten, and this is why you need a health and safety representative. Here are five tasks a health and safety representative (HSE rep) should do to keep your workplace safe! ************** The only DoL recognised guide to select your Health and Safety Representative ... ››› more
  • [07 April 2017]
  • Three things your employees must never do with their safety gloves
  • Three things your employees must never do with their safety gloves
    Your employees' personal protective equipment (PPE) is vital to keep them safe. Without it, they're vulnerable to serious injuries. The most common of which are hand injuries. This is because your employees constantly work with the hands and, when they use tools and machinery, it puts them in danger. That's why you give them safety gloves as part of their PPE. But to ensure their safety ... ››› more
  • [07 April 2017]
  • Three reasons why it's so important to do a sanitation risk assessment
  • Three reasons why it's so important to do a sanitation risk assessment
    If your employees work in filthy conditions, they're going to pick up all kinds of diseases. They could get stomach viruses, breathing problems, intestinal infections. All of these come from the kind of bacteria that live and breed in damp, dirty, unhygienic places. When your employees get sick, it means lost productivity. You must also deal with COID if your employee is incapacitated for more ... ››› more
  • [10 March 2017]
  • Eight ways to make sure your staff wear their PPE
  • Eight ways to make sure your staff wear their PPE
    Why is personal protective equipment (PPE) so important? Because it protects workers from injury! In the real world though, safety professionals are still struggling to get this message across - and make it stick. Unfortunately, expressions like 'Wear your PPE because it says so in the safety rule book' just don't hold up as convincing arguments. So what does work? Let's look at eight way... ››› more
  • [03 March 2017]
  • Use this checklist to choose the best employee to do health and safety induction training
  • Use this checklist to choose the best employee to do health and safety induction training
    When new employees join your company, they need health and safety induction training. That means you have to choose someone to be their training facilitator who has all the right health and safety knowledge and training experience. This can be a tough decision. After all, choosing the wrong person will affect the quality of your employees' training and your company's safety record. Don't m... ››› more
  • [20 February 2017]
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