Workplace Health & Safety
Work Health & Safety Services
Businesses cannot afford to be complacent about Workplace Health and Safety given the legal implications of poor practices. Ensuring compliance and helping workers understand and meet their obligations will reduce the likely financial burden on your business.
We’ve teamed up with TABMA Australia to provide Workplace Health and Safety (WH&S) inspection service that is compliant with the Workplace Health and Safety legislation. Offering comprehensive service for companies within the Hardware industry including, hazard identification and safety management system inspections, electrical testing and tagging, safe work method statements, safe operating procedures and more.
Hazard Identification Inspection
This will include a walk through the site to inspect on any hazards and what control measures have been put in place. The audit process takes a day to complete and managers will need to make themselves available for the entire process. at the conclusion of the audit, a report will be drafted for your reference.
Safety Identification Checks
This will comprise of spending time on your site with the relevant managers and going through what their policies and procedures are regarding WHS. The audit process takes a day to complete and managers will need to make themselves available for the entire process. at the conclusion of the audit, a report will be drafted for your reference.
Electrical Testing & Tagging
This will involve checking all electrical equipment, including RCD’s, with electrical testing equipment and placing a tag on the item to confirm that the item is serviceable.
Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) & Safe Operating Procedures (SOP)
This service is to assist businesses with the development and review of Safe Work Method Statements (SWMS) and Safe Operating Procedures (SOP). This can be conducted on-site with the relevant people or documents can be emailed for review.
Short Course Training
Throughout the year, we will be conducting short courses on topic’s that will assist your staff on how to be safer int he workplace. Some of the training conducted will include Chain of responsibility, manual handling and WHS responsibilities in the workplace. more information on these courses can be found on our training page and make sure you check the events page for new dates.
This service will allow managers to contact TABMA’s WHS officer regarding any WHS issue that they may have within their workplace. The advice provided would come from relevant state legislation documents including WHS ACT, Regulations and Code of Practice. The advice provided will not be any legal advice.