General – Health and Safety

Challenges

Many Employers find themselves struggling to manage Health & safety in their business……

They know they need to be in a position  to be able to prove they have taken all practicable steps to ensure the workplace is not only safe, but seen to be safe.

They may have information manuals somewhere that isn’t current or effective.

They may be concerned about the extra liabilities introduced in the Legislations amendments.

They may not be sure of the most cost effective and reliable way to obtain help and independent advice.

They want to have a robust system that will stand scrutiny

Sample projects

These include:

  • Automotive
  • Community Councils
  • Events Industry
  • Welding & fabrication
  • General engineering
  • Retail industry
  • Rental vehicles and plant.
  • Mechanical,
  • Automotive
  • Maritime Industry.
  • Boatbuilding
  • Electronic assembly
  • Computers sales and support
  • Transport Industry
  • Construction Industry
  • Dental and oral Hygiene
  • Office based business
  • Accounting
  • Warehousing
  • Marine electrical
  • Agriculture
  • Agriculture Contracting
  • Forestry
  • Timber treatment and production
  • Hospitality
  • Panel beating & Spray painting
  • Printing Industry
  • Farming
  • Community care
  • Meat Industry
  • Fish processing

Scope of works

Review and audit all Health and safety documentation. Scope  the development of the system.

Interview and obtain a clear understanding of the nature of the business.

Develop a full health and Safety Management system with the following.

  1. Introduction
  2. Policy and objectives
  3. Compliance
  4. Responsibilities
  5. Hazard ID and control
  6. Staff training
  7. Employee involvement and H&S responsibilities
  8. Contractor, Subcontractor management
  9. Building & Plant management
  10. Standard operating procedures
  11. workplace audits
  12. Emergency Procedures
  13. Accident, incident recording, reporting and investigation
  14. Reference library and further reading titles

Develop a monitoring system to ensure ongoing effectiveness of the safety systems in place. Maintenance procedures and audit on a routine basis.