Employee Management


Online WHS Systems has an employee register to assist employers in meeting workplace health and safety obligations.

Employee Management

Employee health and safety should be the number one priority for any businesses. Businesses have a primary duty of care to ensure workers and others are not exposed to a risk to their health and safety.

You are responsible for the health and safety of those in your workplace, including visitors. And, if you’re self-employed, you’re responsible for your own safety and the safety of others.

You must also consult, cooperate and coordinate activities with other individuals and organisations – and any health and safety representative (HSR) – who have a duty in relation to the same matter,

Online WHS Systems helps it’s users effectively manage their employee’s health and safety.

Online WHS systems has a comprehensive Employee Register which allows you to track employees inductions, training, safety meetings, qualifications and licences.

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How Online WHS Systems makes 
managing Employees easy!

Online WHS Systems makes it easier for you to:

  • Manage Employees, their personal information, qualifications, licences, insurances and training.
  • Manage Employees Histories, incidents they were involved in, hazards logged, inductions undertaken, qualifications, notifications, meetings attended and checklists completed.
  • Manage Qualifications, ensuring employees are qualified to, for instance, operate certain machinery.
  • Manage Training, ensuring employees are inducted and trained in accordance with companies safety policies and procedures.

What do I need to do to Manage Employees?

The employer’s ‘duty of care’ means that your employer must ensure that:

  • The work environment, systems of work, machinery and equipment are safe and properly maintained
  • Chemicals are used, handled and stored safely
  • Adequate workplace facilities are available
  • Information, training, instruction and supervision are provided
  • Workers’ health and workplace conditions are monitored
  • Any accommodation you provide to your workers is safe.

You must consult when:

  • Identifying hazards and assessing risks
  • Making decisions about ways to eliminate or control risks, and workplace facilities
  • Proposing changes that may affect the health and safety of workers
  • Making decisions about consulting procedures, resolving safety issues, monitoring workers’ health and conditions, and providing information and training.

Online WHS Systems Employee Register

Employee Register

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Managing Employees

Phil Bamford walks you through Managing Employees in the Online WHS System.

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