Hazard Management


Online WHS Systems has a hazard register to assist in mitigating health and safety causes in your workplace.

Hazard Management

Identifying, assessing and controlling hazards are at the core of any functional WHS system. It’s about ‘managing risks’ not ‘taking risks’.

Online WHS Systems helps it’s users to effectively manage risk in their workplace.

Online WHS Systems has a Hazard Register which records hazards in your workplace and allows user’s to develop control measures with its easy to follow step by step Risk Assessment process.

Actions can be developed to implement the control measures where people are made responsible by given time frames.

Combine this with the systems E-Learning Module which can train and induct your employees into safe workplace practices and the checklist builder which allows you to complete safety checks at your sites, you can easily reduce the chance of workplace incidents.

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How Online WHS Systems makes 
managing Hazards easy!

This easy to use Hazard Management section allows you to:

      • Log a hazard
      • Assess the hazard
      • Develop control measures
      • Assign actions to implement the control measures
      • Develop alerts for each process

Develop reports to identify trends by:

      • Type
      • Sites
      • Risk score
      • Activity
      • Machines

Online WHS Systems makes the end-user experience easy. Employees can simply scan the hazard QR Code that has been made Private (they need to be logged into the system) or Public (do not need to be logged into the system to see them form) to log a hazard.

What do I need to do to Manage Hazards?

See it – Assess it – Fix it – Evaluate it.

See it

  • Talk to your workers – they are exposed to workplace hazards and risks every day.
  • Perform workplace inspections – simply walking around and visually inspecting the workplace can reveal hazards that might have been overlooked.

Assess it

  • Look at each of the hazards you have identified and determine its potential level of harm
  • How likely is it to cause an injury or incident?
  • How severe would be the consequences if an incident occurred?

Fix it

Fixing (more commonly known as controlling) a hazard involves

  • Elimination;
  • Substitution;
  • Isolation;
  • Engineering;
  • Administration and;
  • Providing PPE

Evaluate it

Review your risk assessment to see how effective your control measures are. Some questions you will need to ask during the review are:

  • Did you eliminate the hazard?
  • Have there been any incidents since implementing the control measures?
  • How safe is it to work now with the control measures compared to before?
  • Are there any other control measures that should be implemented?
  • Are there any other hazards that have not been identified?

You are able to record these details within your system. By doing so, you are meeting the legislative requirement to maintain a register of workplace health and safety risks and hazards.

Online WHS Systems Hazard Register

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Managing Hazards

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

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