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As an employer under Work Health and Safety laws, you are responsible for: the work environment, systems of work, machinery and equipment are safe and.

Managing Incidents in the Workplace

Australian workplace injuries cost employers a staggering 1.6 billion dollars a year. How can you put some simple steps in place to reduce the chances.

Plant and Equipment – What is my responsibility?

What is my responsibility to safety legislation? And how is this achievable? Are the questions each small to medium business owner is asking themselves. The.

Managing Your Employees Safety

Your employees are the most important part of your business, so it is only fair that you put their health and safety first. In this.

Managing Hazards in the Workplace

Why should a workplace implement hazard control programs? And how do you go about implementing one? In this article we’re going to discuss how to.

The Safety Checks you Should be Completing

Regular workplace safety checks ensure your workplace meets basic standards of safety. Checklists are a great tool for reminding us to perform certain tasks to.

How to Manage Contractor Safety in your Workplace

Contractor management can be a very challenging area and is one often looked past by businesses. Just because you hire a contractor, doesn’t mean your.

When Thinking It Over becomes Overthinking – and causes Strangulation.

There is no doubt that the best decision making comes from judicious consideration – thinking things through. But sometimes thinking it over can tip over.

New Employee Inductions – Essential WHS Practice

Yes, giving the new guy a few tips is great – it forms part of your workplace safety culture. But is it enough? An organisational.

6 Tips To Prevent Being Tripped Up By An Emergency

In case of an emergency in your workplace … what is to happen? Can you answer that question? What about all your employees, can they.