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Our Facility Hire Fact Sheet can help you assess and control hazards at your facilities, and consequentially, reduce the risk of injuries and legal claims against your organisation.
This fact sheet has been developed to help you understand your legal obligations and provide a safe environment for workers and visitors.
Our Occupational Violence resource will help you identify this hazard in your workplace, understand your obligations and reduce the risk.
Incidents occur in the workplace that cause, or have the potential to cause, injury, ill health, damage or other loss. Some of these incidents will require further investigation by someone senior like a responsible manager. Organisations need a way to record the findings and outcomes of these investigations.
Our Contractor Management Fact Sheet can help you understand your responsibilities. Learn how to oversee the contract management process, and how to protect contractors, staff, volunteers and visitors while works are going on.
Our Contractor Management Checklist asks important questions that can help you assess and improve your risk controls for works being carried out. Clarify what your organisation is and isn't doing, understand which systems should be implemented, and address your legal requirements.
Our Business Continuity Management Fact Sheet can help you prepare for a crisis and manage short and long-term disruptions. It gets you thinking about your organisation's vulnerabilities and how to create contingency plans that can reduce downtime.
Fire hydrant systems need to be tested regularly to ensure they are operating correctly and are well maintained. Systems must meet the provisions of the Australian Building Code. This includes conducting an annual hydrant flow test.
Learn about developing a management program and about protecting your workers from this hazardous material.
Our Making Your Workplace a Safe Place Guide can help you do just that. It explains, in detail, how to develop an effective Work Health & Safety Management System (WHSMS). You'll learn about key components like policy, planning, implementations and operation, measurement and evaluation, and management reviews. You'll also find handy task lists that help you determine what to do next.